Fuck hornets. pinsir used guillotine super effective beedrill fainted.. 10/10 description Fuck hornets pinsir used guillotine super effective beedrill fainted 10/10 description
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#2 - tofuzoo
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(05/24/2014) [-]
10/10 description
#19 to #2 - aibu
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(05/25/2014) [-]
>10/10 description   
>it's ******* wrong   
   
>Pinsir used Guillotine   
>It's a 1 hit K.O.!   
>Beedrill Fainted
>10/10 description
>it's ******* wrong

>Pinsir used Guillotine
>It's a 1 hit K.O.!
>Beedrill Fainted
#61 to #19 - steavo
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Yes, it is wrong. Those insects are not pokemon and cannot do pokemon moves.
#68 to #61 - anon id: d0d3e7f0
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Explain to me how I see real birds use Fly all the time then?
User avatar #36 to #19 - kaisakuenkou
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Idk, i was playing stadium with my bro, and i got "It's not very effective... Critical Hit! 1-Hit K.O."
#22 - caradecocou
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Guillotine is a normal type move, soit can't be super effective
3/10 do you even pokemon?
User avatar #134 to #22 - lfunnymanl
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(05/25/2014) [-]
it should be herracross using mega horn
#153 to #22 - anon id: 6eccf5eb
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Pokemon is for weaboo faggots and 12 year olds
#169 to #153 - caradecocou
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1/10, made me reply. Pls troll harder
User avatar #85 to #22 - oaky
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If pinsir used his mega-evolution then all of his normal attacks would be flying. Now this would be average against a bug flying type like beedril, but it would be super effective against a bug type.
User avatar #87 to #85 - caradecocou
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You are right. Beedril is bug/poison, so it's super effective. I never understood why a bee/wasp/hornet could die in a earthquake. Why it doesn't fly away?
User avatar #117 to #87 - thebaseballexpert
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(05/25/2014) [-]
it ran out of PP for fly
User avatar #44 to #22 - thatdamnllama
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but isn't Guillotine a one-hit KO?

it should say
Pinsir used Guillotine
It's a one-hit KO!
Beedrill fainted
User avatar #63 to #44 - caradecocou
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Yes. OHKO moves can still be super effective, though
User avatar #79 to #63 - tmb
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Not normal type moves.
User avatar #7 - ArmorG
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Don't worry, I bring the source! I don't know which one it is though. Go nuts.

www.japanesebugfights.com/
#32 to #7 - megavoir
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#47 to #7 - granath
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watched mantis vs cobra head (spider with huge arms idk wtf is that nopelol)
and that **** freaked me out, felt bad for the mantis because they're so cool ohwell
User avatar #174 to #47 - badmonkey
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(05/26/2014) [-]
The mantis is the cobra head, the other is an Amblypygi
#175 to #174 - granath
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(05/26/2014) [-]
oh, thx. still, that **** was terrifying.
#72 to #7 - kofola
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(05/25/2014) [-]
**kofola rolled image** aw yis
User avatar #99 to #7 - ieatbengay
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(05/25/2014) [-]
that's not source the video isn't on the website i checked before
#105 to #7 - totallynotlegit
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Holy **** was that ******* sweet. Bookmarking this ****   
also Mfw that first beetle fights ending.
Holy **** was that ******* sweet. Bookmarking this ****
also Mfw that first beetle fights ending.
#30 to #7 - xdiabolicx
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(05/25/2014) [-]
MFW 1th
#46 to #7 - willindor
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#81 to #7 - kristovsky
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(05/25/2014) [-]
You. You are awesome
User avatar #25 to #7 - darkangeloffire
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(05/25/2014) [-]
****, man. This is awesome/.
User avatar #8 to #7 - sisterblister
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(05/25/2014) [-]
ive got church in 5 hours but japanese bug fights
#64 - saltyfries
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(05/25/2014) [-]
that was brutal, but I thank that beetle, 1 less damn wasp
#126 to #64 - thecrayzeeman
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Hornet*

A wasp is something that ***** up your day.

A hornet is something that ***** your whole family and forces you to watch, before sticking a 69 inch strap on so far up your ass you get brain damage.
#1 - whatugawkinat
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(05/24/2014) [-]
What kind of beetle is this? I MUST have one. I am incredibly terrified (although oddly not allergic) to wasps and would love to keep one of these insect gladiators for a Colosseum. I could capture any wasp I see and throw it into a pit of these babies so that I may feast upon fresh grapes whilst Phanact fans me
User avatar #13 to #1 - harbingerwolf
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Its a giant stag beetle, Dorcus sp. most likely. And the males only have the giant jaws for fighitng for mates or in defense, the only reason this is happening is because they are shut in a small plastic tub with no where to move.
User avatar #18 to #1 - turian
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(05/25/2014) [-]
Route 229
#11 to #1 - confusedasian
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Other guy is wrong. Goliath beetles have one short "horn". It's a stag beetle. I make origami models of them a lot because they're my favorite.
#14 to #11 - harbingerwolf
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Nice, i actually keep the real things

Here's a pic of one im currently keeping, Dorcus titanus sika, or myabe just Docrus sika, cant find out which.
User avatar #24 to #14 - brokentrucker
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How do you manage to keep those things? I could never figure it out in my youth. Youth youth. As in when I was like ten.
User avatar #26 to #24 - harbingerwolf
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The adults are piss easy, all they need is fruit, especially banana which they gorge themselves on. Its breeding them thats tricky, females need very, very rotted oak wood to lay their eggs in, and the larvae feed on it.
I highly reccomend beetle keeping as a hobby, i would get more stag beetles but i dont have much rotting oak around my area. Giant fruit beetles on the other hand need rotting oak and beech leaves rather wood so i they're the easiest.
User avatar #28 to #26 - brokentrucker
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I live in a very rural area, so finding wood is not difficult. The beetles more so. I am curious as to the immediately defining characteristics between male and female. I also have a number of excess aquariums I could use. I assume they gain their liquid intake via the fruits? Or would a dish and sponge be necessary? Lighting perhaps?
User avatar #35 to #28 - harbingerwolf
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As with almost all pet invertebrates additional heating and lighting isnt needed. Where abouts in the world are you?
And yeah they dont need water dishes. Females dont have the large jaws and are usually much smaller or even a different texture.
User avatar #37 to #35 - brokentrucker
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South-eastern United States. Large beetles are a rarity, for sure, but I have on the occasion spotted rhinos or goliaths bigger than my hand. Most common are large, black beetles, similar to stags (which may be stags themselves, myself not being an etymologist), that hiss at you when you poke them. Their jaws are quite different from that brown beetle though. they never seem to have a downward, twisting curve to them, nor do they appear quite as long.
User avatar #39 to #37 - harbingerwolf
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Ahh, im not sure about the exotic beetle trade in America, i know exotic stick insects are illegal but there's a booming mantis hobby over there. You have some interesting native species though i think.

Might be worth asking around these places.

www.bugnation.co.uk
www.arachnoboards.com
User avatar #42 to #39 - brokentrucker
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Are you sure about the stick insects? I'm pretty sure I found off of a local trade site once while hunting cheap food for my reptiles where I could not only get mantis, but also stick insects.
User avatar #172 to #42 - lampyridae
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As far as my research has concluded, only a handful of species are legal, and it's ones that will actually help the enviroment should they escape, such as the Australian species which will help a little with Eucalyptus which is invasive
User avatar #48 to #42 - harbingerwolf
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I think there might be a couple that have been kept for years, i think its just the import of new ones isnt allowed in some states i think.
User avatar #49 to #48 - brokentrucker
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I'll have to further look into that then. Thank you for the information.
User avatar #53 to #49 - harbingerwolf
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No problem, glad to help
User avatar #89 to #14 - lampyridae
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The long horned stag beetles are cool....but really pricey

last time I checked they were like $10 000 each
User avatar #97 to #89 - harbingerwolf
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Sheeeeit, never seen any that priced, although which species?
There's hundreds with giant horns
User avatar #171 to #97 - lampyridae
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If I'm correct it's either the Japanese Kabuto beetle or one of the extremely rare south american species
User avatar #15 to #14 - confusedasian
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I think they're really cool, but I'd never actually keep one. Bug eyes. They just make me so uncomfortable and scared.
User avatar #3 to #1 - xtrmbragnrytz
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Pretty sure it's a goliath beetle. and that's not a wasp, it's one of those japanese hornets that's about the size of your thumb or bigger.... just gonna let you put that into perspective
#6 to #3 - anon id: 6e3d1836
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Hornets are like 10 times worse than a wasp, they are way more agressive and powerfull.
User avatar #5 to #3 - iamsammich
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the japanese giant hornet also has venom that can melt flesh
User avatar #9 to #5 - fatspartan
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Which just makes the Goliath beetle all the more badass
#86 - begoniajunkie
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User avatar #88 to #86 - darkangelmeanya
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You just said exactly how I feel
User avatar #107 to #88 - begoniajunkie
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I mean as much as I hate those little demons, that just looked downright painful
User avatar #179 to #107 - darkangelmeanya
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(05/28/2014) [-]
I know... I mean, I always can't help but to be over-empathetic, no matter what situation I'm in...
Imagine having everything below your torso sliced off by a giant beast's hard shelly claw-like... mouth I think.
User avatar #180 to #179 - begoniajunkie
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The thought of that makes me cringe....... XD
User avatar #183 to #180 - darkangelmeanya
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ikr...
#112 to #86 - oodlesandoodles
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Dude...   
   
**** hornets
Dude...

**** hornets
#20 - Deavas
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this makes me so happy
im ******* terrified of all things bee-like
User avatar #95 to #20 - yuukoku
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WASP VS GIANT SPIDER, Epic Battle to the death.

Hornets fight well against tarantellas.
User avatar #157 to #20 - masterions
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You seem to be comfortable putting the pictures of the same toon girl dont ya
... I enjoyed some cartoon porn with her ...
was good ...
User avatar #159 to #157 - Deavas
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ok
User avatar #160 to #159 - masterions
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It's not ok you dont understand my feelings!!!
#114 to #20 - chrispoot
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Remember the difference though. Bee's are bros, but waps are hoes
User avatar #125 to #114 - Deavas
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irrelevant
#43 to #20 - billywonka
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but they're so fluffy
User avatar #69 to #43 - doctorprofessornv
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How the **** did this guy get two hoverflies to sit on his hand?
User avatar #140 to #69 - megakillerx
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Domestication or Photoshop.
#71 - pootington
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#118 - ChilyCheeseFryz
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User avatar #104 - kreekydoorS
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I love those Japanese bug fights. That should be a world wide sport.
User avatar #108 to #104 - chaossniper
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its called pokemon