Plz make a maze through the gay orgy. Thnx.
his ass is pierced?
Those are bot flies.
ingrown hairs & dingleberries, I suspect
Apparently the simplest method of bot-fly removal is to duct tape a piece of meat onto the affected area for a week, during which the fly will inch up inside, thinking it's an extra layer of human. The bot-fly also secretes a healing substance when it leaves of its own accord and so this is perhaps the best method if you've got the time and the stomach for it.
Good things are on the horizon for Tom's ass.
Nobody asked about your weekend plans.
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A butt is not a genital. Don't you read?
crash 'n' burn.
They're not that bad looking when they're not burrowing inside you, just sort of thick and burly. If a housefly is a Vespa, a bot-fly is a Harley.
1. Mosquito stings you or you rub up against something with botfly host egg and it makes it’s way into your body
2. Botfly larva lives and grows parasitically off of body for any amount of time – usually comes to full maturation at 6-8 weeks
3. If conditions are right and it fully develops, larva drops from host and finishes life cycle in the soil, soon becoming a fly.
i am so happy that has never happened to me. really.
Oh bot-flies. Gross, but at least they aren't as bastardly to us as the Emerald Cockroach Wasp is to roaches:
I mean, most insects are shitheads, but that guy right there, that's a tremendous asshole of an insect.The wasp proceeds to chew off half of each of the roach's antennae. The wasp, which is too small to carry the roach, then leads the victim to the wasp's burrow, by pulling one of the roach's antennae in a manner similar to a leash. Once they reach the burrow, the wasp lays a white egg, about 2 mm long, on the roach's abdomen. It then exits and proceeds to fill in the burrow entrance with pebbles, more to keep other predators out than to keep the roach in.
With its escape reflex disabled, the stung roach will simply rest in the burrow as the wasp's egg hatches after about three days. The hatched larva lives and feeds for 4-5 days on the roach, then chews its way into its abdomen and proceeds to live as an endoparasitoid. Over a period of eight days, the wasp larva consumes the roach's internal organs in an order which guarantees that the roach will stay alive, at least until the larva enters the pupal stage and forms a cocoon inside the roach's body. Eventually the fully-grown wasp emerges from the roach's body to begin its adult life.
So, we've all learned something today.
Yes, I think "bastardly" sums that thing up pretty well. Honestly though, so long as that can't happen to me I'm alright with it.
Yeah, but that's how it starts. Nobody speaks for the roaches. Before you know it, they're picking off the elderly, and the children, and the Creationists, and eventually they'll work their way down to real people.
You'll be sorry you let them away with it when there's one of them in charge of your brain. Right until a gigantic wasp bursts out of you, anyway.
God I hate insects. Fuck Terror and Drugs, let's have a War on Insects.
Some posters do the same thing to threads as that wasp does to roaches. Kinda "bastardly", but a very clever method for achieving what they want. +10 for survival instincts if you roll an 18 or higher on your next turn.
Nothing to see here, folks - just move along
Throw in a flight-inhibiting drinking problem, a sting rated the most painful of any insect known to man, and the fact that this thing does to tarantulas what your sissy emerald gnat does to roaches and you'll understand what makes the tarantula hawk wasp such a dandy. Plus, it's kind of cute.
All insects essential to the health of our eco-system will be replaced with more efficient, human friendly robot versions.