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Old 01-28-2012, 11:13 PM
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I'm nice to insects. I pick them up, put them in a sealed container, and then blow a bit of marijuana smoke into the container. They always love it!
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:02 PM
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How exactly do you tell if an insect loves it?
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:13 PM
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Whenever a fly or bee enters my premises, I usually just tear it's wing's or legs off and let him crawl the rest of his life. Or sometimes I throw him into a fan just to hear the cllckcticktick and see him get cut in half and twitch on the ground. One time I also put a fly under a clear spray bottle cap for 7 hours. He acted like he did'nt care during the first hour, but then after 4 hours he started freaking out and going crazy and panicing. It was fun to watch him. But then I got bored and put a piece of poisoned cotton ball in there and he freaked out and died around 40 seconds later.
I just have a quick question for you.

If I came to your house ,knocked on your door and I removed one of your arms or legs ,what would you think of that? would it be ok? acceptable? would you like it?.

Iv been cruel to spiders, wasps. I used to take pleasure in watching wasps drown and I used to dig up ants nests ,pour petrol over them and torch them when I was younger, so I am one to speak.

I just wonder how humans would like it ,if someone bigger and more powerful then them ,came along and did the same thing.

I know I would not want to have my arms or legs pulled off and I know I would not want to be covered in petrol and set on fire

because of this I would no longer do the same to insects.

I would get more pleasure playing with fire ,making things that go bang
or vandalizing stuff then I would inflicting pain and suffering.

I would never inflict pain and suffering on any living thing anymore because its fucked up.

but if you think its ok ,I would still come and pull one of your arms or legs off ?????
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:37 PM
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Shitting on an ant mound.
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:48 PM
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Aww, that's awesome! People who torture animals are fucking retarded.
They're fucking insects for fuck's sake you fucking pussy.

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Old 01-29-2012, 02:31 PM
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When I was a kid I used to play Insect Gladiators:

Sometimes, an insect would be buzzing around the kitchen, so I would catch it and place it under a cup in the middle of our gas cooktop. At this time, I would ignite all four surrounding gas burners, at full power, then remove the cup and wait for the show...

In most cases, the bug would sit still for a short while, perhaps trying to plan an escape route. As the heat intensified, you could see it getting anxious, and the urgency to make a move would grow... Then, in a futile attempt to escape, it would make a frantic dash for the edge of the cooktop, only to be spectacularly engulfed in flames as it tried to navigate the errupting gas burners. Death by incineration seemed fun at the time, because it usually involved a mini fireball that vapourised within half a second.

Occasionally though, an insect would make it past the flames, only to have its thorax ignite from the intense heat. These gladiators were placed back in the ring, until a more conclusive outcome could be obtained.

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Old 01-30-2012, 10:12 PM
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I just have a quick question for you.

If I came to your house ,knocked on your door and I removed one of your arms or legs ,what would you think of that? would it be ok? acceptable? would you like it?.

Iv been cruel to spiders, wasps. I used to take pleasure in watching wasps drown and I used to dig up ants nests ,pour petrol over them and torch them when I was younger, so I am one to speak.

I just wonder how humans would like it ,if someone bigger and more powerful then them ,came along and did the same thing.

I know I would not want to have my arms or legs pulled off and I know I would not want to be covered in petrol and set on fire

because of this I would no longer do the same to insects.

I would get more pleasure playing with fire ,making things that go bang
or vandalizing stuff then I would inflicting pain and suffering.

I would never inflict pain and suffering on any living thing anymore because its fucked up.

but if you think its ok ,I would still come and pull one of your arms or legs off ?????
If I grew wings and entered your house and started buzzing in your face and trying to land in your ear, then yes, I would deserve to have my legs arms, cock, nards, nipples, ass hair, ect torn off.
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Old 01-30-2012, 11:50 PM
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If I grew wings and entered your house and started buzzing in your face and trying to land in your ear, then yes, I would deserve to have my legs arms, cock, nards, nipples, ass hair, ect torn off.
I Thought that was you flying around inside my house, landing on my wife
Grrrrr Dam yous
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Old 01-30-2012, 11:58 PM
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Not an insect, but these fellows are pretty neat and usually common where I live in summer. They pretend they are scorpions when threatened, aaaww.

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Cigarette torture is extremely pleasurable with insects. And lighters, especially on bugs that crackle and pop. If I find a spider or a cockroach somewhere it can't escape, hide easily or outside, I'll spray it slowly with spray, a little bit at a time until it dies. It's also fun to totally inundate a bug with spray and then light it on fire when it's in its death throes.

Salt on slugs, too.
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Bet it feels good for you to actually be able to hurt something inferior.
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Old 01-31-2012, 12:06 AM
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One time I saw a fly on the floor in the walk-in freezer at my work. I knew that if it stayed in the freezer for too long it would die, so I bent down, put my finger up to it (it was upside down) and touched its legs, it clung to my finger and I saw signs of life in it.

then I walked out of the freezer and set it on the ground and it thawed and flew off.

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Damn, that reminds me of this one time I saw a baby praying mantis on my car. It was just chillin' in the sun, being all badass. It was maybe a centimeter or 2 in length.

Sad part is, a few days later I noticed a partial praying mantis skeleton on the same exact spot on my car. Little guy baked to death in the sun

As far as I'm aware, praying mantises don't shed their skin. RIP little guy :')
Everything you say makes me cringe.

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Old 01-31-2012, 12:07 AM
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Bet it feels good for you to actually be able to hurt something inferior.
You'd win that bet, because I just said it does.
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Old 01-31-2012, 12:08 AM
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Good thing is insect's nervous system is so primitive they pretty much feel no pain.
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Old 01-31-2012, 12:10 AM
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They certainly act like they do.

I'd tell you about all the children I abuse, but I'm trying to keep it on topic.
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Old 01-31-2012, 12:14 AM
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When I was a kid I used to play Insect Gladiators:

Sometimes, an insect would be buzzing around the kitchen, so I would catch it and place it under a cup in the middle of our gas cooktop. At this time, I would ignite all four surrounding gas burners, at full power, then remove the cup and wait for the show...

In most cases, the bug would sit still for a short while, perhaps trying to plan an escape route. As the heat intensified, you could see it getting anxious, and the urgency to make a move would grow... Then, in a futile attempt to escape, it would make a frantic dash for the edge of the cooktop, only to be spectacularly engulfed in flames as it tried to navigate the errupting gas burners. Death by incineration seemed fun at the time, because it usually involved a mini fireball that vapourised within half a second.

Occasionally though, an insect would make it past the flames, only to have its thorax ignite from the intense heat. These gladiators were placed back in the ring, until a more conclusive outcome could be obtained.

I enjoyed reading that
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I'm nice to insects. I pick them up, put them in a sealed container, and then blow a bit of marijuana smoke into the container. They always love it!
Are you 12?
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Everything you say makes me cringe.
I must be doing something right then.
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