|Gmork - 2014-06-18 |
Make it fight a baby solipugid.
That game is called Earth Defense Force 2025. Watch the NODE guys on youtube play it.
You are in mechs and fight giant bugs. Like, ants and spiders. Pretty underrated game.
|Adham Nu'man - 2014-06-18 |
This woman is badass!
Biologists tend to be real cool people.
Yeah, at first I didn't realize it was spitting on her like a grasshopper does, and I thought that was blood.
That still doesn't quell the uneasiness of bug vomit getting into an open wound.
The saliva of large bugs like the one depicted in this video can potentially carry harmful bacteria. If these come into contact with the bloodstream it can lead to a dangerous infection.
It's important to remember that these insects do not want to attack us, but their brains are very basic and they are easily frightened into an aggressive response. To remove easily the insect without harming it one must remain calm, and then gently insert two fingers in its butt.
|takewithfood - 2014-06-18 |
This woman has the most calm and informative scream I've ever heard.
|Old_Zircon - 2014-06-18 |
This is what Weetabix are made from.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-06-18 |
|chumbucket - 2014-06-18 |
By the 4th bite I'd be all about the swatting and the crushing.
|TeenerTot - 2014-06-18 |
Ow. Ow. Ow. OW.
|BorrowedSolution - 2014-06-18 |
My ex-wife wouldn't let me keep one in the house. She didn't like Jezebel the Praying Mantis, either.
|il fiore bel - 2014-06-18 |
Cutie, of course.
|Binro the Heretic - 2014-06-18 |
I wonder if she ever gets struck by a sudden cumulative case of the creeps.
Like she'll just be out shopping and then one minute she's all, like, "AGHAHDOGHAGHADAGHAD!!!" and everyone thinks she's suffering a seizure.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-06-18 |
We have a non-bitey version of this thing in the basements of our neighborhood. They're called "camel crickets," they look like roach-shaped jelly beans with frakking long grasshopper legs, and they psychically know where to jump so it'll either get into your clothes or evade your attacks.
There's no real non-toxic way to get rid of them, either. It's chemicals or live with them.
I hate these things. It's been my experience that they are so dumb that they will jump AT you when ostensibly trying to get away.
Hate hate hate.
please kindly tell me where you live so that i can avoid that place?
|Kabbage - 2014-06-18 |
Ever relevant is my 2010 eLesson on the subject of large, horrifying insects:
|That guy - 2014-06-23 |
I think he has a beautiful face, and I would name him
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