Screams like a little bitch.....

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by interval_illusion, May 10, 2004.

  1. well, being that i am one tough biotch :p i am not usually afraid of bugs....

    however, i just met what i believe to be the world's largest ant.

    this fucker was like 3 inches long and a half inch wide. black and red.

    what the hell? *hides under bed*
  2. xZx

    xZx Member

    EEEEEP! i have nothing against any creature on this planet, but y does anything need more than 4 legs? its just creepy and wrong, WRONG i tell u!:eek:
  3. BoogyInYrButt

    BoogyInYrButt Banned

    I like bugs! I keep a collection of them in my nose.
  4. 7river

    7river on a distinguished path

    you should feed it and make it a little house

    ...think of it this way, at least its too big to crawl in your ear when your sleeping!:)
  5. xZx

    xZx Member

    Hey, what ever steams ur puddin hun.....:cool:
  6. seamonster66

    seamonster66 discount dracula

    Not to be an asshole, but i consider bugs to be sub human, or the enemies of humans to be more precise.
  7. BoogyInYrButt

    BoogyInYrButt Banned

    It may be a little too late for that Monster!
  8. i mean i dont mind bugs. but i hated this bug. he was like sub-bug... like from some other planet.

    i mean he was outside my door as part of some conspiracy. this is making me very nervous.

    i never kill bugs but i killed two cockroaches once. i dont like them either. they scare me.
  9. seamonster66

    seamonster66 discount dracula

    I only like ladybugs (NOT those evil Japanese ones) and lightening bugs and Praying Mantises.

    All the other ones can get eaten by frogs and snakes.
  10. those are my fav. bugs too...they are so nice. i also like butterflys.
  11. Applespark

    Applespark Ingredients:*Sugar*

    I saw a huge ant too the other day round the river while hiking down this hill. And I hate ants so I was really grossed out by it. There are ants called scorpion ants in like Brazil (I think) that are like 3 inches long.
  12. alex714

    alex714 To the Left

    some bugs i dont mind, but in general i really dont like them
    the other night, i was brushing my teeth and huge centiped came out of the sink, prolly like half the size of a pencil.
    they always pop up around my house, but dam they are getting bigger and bigger. good thing i havent found one in my bed yet, they are sticking to the washroom.
  13. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    That's scary....
  14. sgoddess28

    sgoddess28 Member

    bull ants are what those are called.we have mass quanties here in florida.they dont eat anything in particular and can be exposed to extreme heat or cold and those big s.o.b's just wont die............kinda like the love the word cock. take cover from those big bad boys...........i've been stung by my fair share and it hurts like shit!
  15. FallenFairy

    FallenFairy Senior Member

    ok that sounds like its either a bullet ant ( a really deadly ant or a deformed outcasted ant) but ne ways next time you see dont scream like abitch and hide get a piece of paper and put it under the ant and throwit outside.
  16. soulrebel51

    soulrebel51 i's a folkie.

    i am against killing animals, except for a few insects, and ants like that are one of those that i have no problem killing. i just have a hard time getting close enough to kill them....
  17. jesuswasamonkey

    jesuswasamonkey Slightly Tipsy

    Sounds like it my be a queen ant of some kind, or possibly a wasp or hornet that lost it's wings.

    I have strange encounters with bugs sometimes.

    Last year my house was invaded by thousands of mating ants. They were having a massive orgy all over my house. The vaccum cleaner took care of them pretty well.

    Yesterday morning I was woken up by a hornet on my face. Nothing will wake you up quicker than a hornet stiging your face. I still itch where he stung me.

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