Discussion in 'The Pub' started by fritferret, May 26, 2015.
how long do i have before (1) deposits eggs in my lungs and (2) before those eggs hatch?
what do you want on your tombstone?
"be right back."
Now this is a good thread!
Not nearly as good as the "R.I.P. fritferett" thread is going to be!
Normally, I have to take several bike rides to swallow enough insects to survive on.
You're going to have a built in supply!!
What are you doing posting on an Internet forum? You need to get to an entymolgist now!
Can I have your gear?
Well, hold on now. He is in Boston, just like me, so i'm going to have to hold it for him (just for convenience). If he turns into "the fly" and is looking for some nectar or some crap, i'll send him your way. Wait, if i do, can i have your gear as well?
I understand that most people manage to swallow a spider or two in their sleep, over the course of their lives.
Better a fruit fly than a fruit bat.
They have really short reproductive cycles and lifespans. You'll know soon enough...
Was it delicious?
I had a fly (?), um, fly into my lung one day when I was leaning on my garage post minding my own business. I yawned at the wrong time
and inhaled that most unfortunate bug.
I didn't panic, but called my doctor and held the line till he answered. He said don't worry, it'll dissolve naturally
and surgery to remove it is more dangerous than 'swallowing' a bug.
I think you mean
Quit complaining, it's free protein.
In few days an alien monster will burst out of your chest and leave you face down in your soup.
Pretty soon you will be able to recreate scenes from The Green Mile. Maybe go ahead and change your name to John Coffee.
Or a compass.
There was an old lady that swallowed a fly as I recall...
I think the song used to end with "I guess she'll die"....
So it's not looking good for you buddy
It's bug rabies you really should be worried about. Better get those rabies shots before it is too late!