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#4 - anon id: e9007420
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(08/12/2014) [-]
Now he's a walk.
User avatar #6 to #4 - damnfaithlessdogs
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....that's a grasshopper, not a fly.
User avatar #7 to #6 - helterskeletor
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grasswalker now
User avatar #11 to #7 - createdjustnow
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more of a grassskipper really
User avatar #8 to #7 - fables
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because it takes wings to hop
User avatar #10 to #8 - createdjustnow
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well it uses it's wings to hop farther
User avatar #25 to #10 - yindragon
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Grasshopbutnotasfarer
User avatar #60 to #25 - amusingusername
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Sorry to wreck the party but that thing is actually a cricket since it was playing a song by playing it's legs like a violin alluding to the popular myth that crickets chirp by rubbing their legs together. (Which is false by the way. They use a specialized organ on their wings.)
User avatar #73 to #60 - damnfaithlessdogs
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I know crickets use their legs to make super sexy violin body music, but i said grasshopper since crickets are black. (at least every one I've ever seen)
User avatar #65 to #6 - theincrediblemrk
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Isn't it a cricket? I assumed it was a cricket because of the leg thing.
User avatar #63 to #6 - GShock
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I thought it was a cricket, since it was rubbing its legs together to try and make music.
User avatar #45 to #6 - kibbleking
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Who said it was a fly?
#15 - midothegreat
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#1 - anon id: 3a4eff89
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I use to do this to butterflies... what doth hell yield for thy soul.
#3 to #1 - anon id: 9823c721
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I used to catch little frogs, cut their heads of with a knife and put them on little spikes in areas where I'd hold the rest of the frogs.

I don't even ******* know why there must be something seriously wrong with me.
#14 to #3 - DeathclawRulez
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#38 to #3 - StinkyCheese
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User avatar #36 to #3 - ayumu
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Reincarnation of Vlad the impaler
User avatar #20 to #3 - neokun
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Woah slow down there, Dexter.
#13 to #3 - ultradar
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wow that's ****** up.
#42 to #3 - vatra
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Oh boy. I'm nice to you, don't kill me okay?
Oh boy. I'm nice to you, don't kill me okay?
#34 to #3 - EdwardNigma
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User avatar #67 to #3 - mondominiman
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***** that's just on a whole nother level right there
#64 to #3 - anon id: 0391a7d7
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i used to catch small turtles, put them in buckets, and pee on them, and then release them into the park where kids would try to play with them
User avatar #61 to #3 - assassindash
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That's extremely similar to what I did as a kid, except I put them in an area where they would be seen by other frogs, and the frogs that jumped in the middle or next to the frog head mounted sticks would live, and the ones that would immediately jump away would be terminated and added to the pile and sticks.

The goal was to use natural selection to make it so frogs would believe they would survive better in dangerous areas....

It was fun.

#48 to #3 - anon id: 701c812b
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Well if that's the way we're going with this weird ****, I used to snipe pigeons in my backyard then hide their bodies under the fence for the next family that has to redo it.
#18 to #3 - anon id: 4ee06ff4
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You a serial killer by any chance?
User avatar #46 to #1 - Shitthatscrazy
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a klondike bar
#37 to #1 - tkfeng
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User avatar #33 to #1 - skulldan
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so now they are just butter?
User avatar #39 to #33 - comicsansisback
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that, my friend, is how butter is made
#12 - bemmo
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As a child watching this, I just thought that there were some violent insect children around in a gang or something that brutally mutilated this poor guy.   
20 years. I am 20 ******* years old, and I only just realised that the sign was talking about a human kid.
As a child watching this, I just thought that there were some violent insect children around in a gang or something that brutally mutilated this poor guy.
20 years. I am 20 ******* years old, and I only just realised that the sign was talking about a human kid.
#17 - doctorprofessornv
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You want to know the true nature of a man? Place under his command the fate of a lesser being, and observe what he does with said responsibility.
#19 to #17 - anon id: 58aee580
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I remember reading something similar in the bible about how you can tell the condition of a mans heart by the way he treats his animals, so you could have a point there.
User avatar #44 to #17 - smashingtonic
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I take a more Adolf Hitler mind set when it comes to insects. Most other things I really could careless. If it's a mouse I'll capture and release it to the field about a block away from my house or capture it and keep it
User avatar #49 to #17 - feelythefeel
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I like to thing I treat cats well. Now dogs on the other hand...
User avatar #21 to #17 - neokun
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I had a fruit fly problem in my house a few months ago. I could not bring myself to kill them, it took me a few weeks before I had the nerve to kill them. I hate killing things so much it annoys me when I see other people do it.
User avatar #22 to #21 - beloth
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omg I thought I was the only one, was beginning to think I was crazy for not killing the damn things. Sometimes I give roaches a free pass because I can bring myself to killing them. Once I had to kill a rat that I caught on a glue trap, cried afterwards
#23 to #22 - neokun
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Oh man I could maybe handle killing an insect if it had to be done but a rat? Sheesh that must have been really upsetting. That would feel like killing one of my guinea pigs.
User avatar #24 to #23 - beloth
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My mistake was using the glue trap to catch it. The poor little guy was trying to crawl away with the one leg that wasn't stuck so my only option was to end its misery or let it tire out and die of hunger. From now on I will use the snap traps that kill instantly.
User avatar #27 to #24 - neokun
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Im just glad I don't live anywhere that would require killing rats.
User avatar #28 to #27 - beloth
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how is that possible, rats can get literally anywhere
User avatar #29 to #28 - neokun
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I have literally never seen a rat outside of a pet shop, ever. I live in Scotland. Maybe their less common here.
User avatar #30 to #29 - beloth
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Oh well don't know much of Scotland but I guess thats possible, or maybe you are just lucky not have had one of those little visitors yet.
User avatar #40 to #21 - vatra
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I have the opposite problem. I have to talk myself into showing mercy.
User avatar #26 to #17 - ScottP
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I try not kill insects unless it's a spider or a cockroach.

My 2-year old brother, on the other hand, hunts down ants and crushes them without mercy
User avatar #56 to #17 - yaybacon
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I capture bugs and set them outside when they come into my house, even spiders.
User avatar #71 to #56 - hawaiianman
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I do the same thing
#72 to #71 - yaybacon
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Well howdy your just a bit late buddy. I don't mind I like notifications.
User avatar #57 to #17 - monkeysniper
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When I was little my parents were emptying out a pond that as it turns out had a ton of tadpoles in it. They used a special vacuum and emptied it into the grass and I spent hours trying to get them out of the mud and into a clean pool of water like a sink (set so it wouldn't drain of course) In the end none of them survived and I remember it broke my heart. I was 9. Given at the same time I see a spider most of the times I try to kill it or at the very least if I'm in an odd mood get it outside but if that **** is like a baby gecko it takes priority over whatever else I was doing to help it out. Is odd to be like that towards say geckos but at the same time despise spiders?
User avatar #31 to #17 - leonhardt
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I don't **** with bugs or anything unless they get in my house.
#16 - anon id: e8bf8640
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I played "war" with Ants, and pretended my hands were giant mechanical Crab things... And I went round squishing them until my garden pavement resembled No man's land. The cracks in the pavement were little trenches now that I think about it
#54 to #16 - findaway
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Lots of 5 year olds on Fj
User avatar #43 to #16 - psykobear
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What... the ****?
User avatar #9 - mosaicbrain
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>Be me, about 8 years old
>Malicious hellspawn with a thirst for insect blood, especially abusive towards snails and slugs
>One day keeping this here "pet" snail at the daycare, name him Paul
>About to get picked up
>Agree with myself that the now-domesticated Paul will not survive
the long night without me around
>Decide to end his misery
>Find a huge rock and goes to crush my ex-pet
>Go find all my mates to show them my squishy kill
>Few weeks later, find a horde of slugs in the gravelled ground
>Bloodlustintensifies
>Agree with myself that they must be wanting to commit suicide as they're not in the grass despite being surrounded by it and agree to assist them
>Proceed to pour salt over them
>One survives
>"You dare defy your Lord and Savior?"
>Decide he must be punished for going against my will
>Find a stick, poke it through him
>Splat is everywhere, gather my friends so they can watch
>I laugh. And I sing. "Pun-ish him, pun-ish him~!"

I was Mosaic the Slug-Slayer, Killer of Hermaphroditic Mollusks.
But there's a morale to this brutal story:
I lied. There is no morale.
Sorry.
User avatar #47 to #9 - sociocat
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its people like you that natural selection cant reach these days
i hope you become the last slug you killed in your next life
User avatar #51 to #47 - mosaicbrain
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I've since then been rehabilitated and am undergoing repentance.

I now pick up snails on the ground to place them in the safety of leafy areas.
User avatar #52 to #51 - sociocat
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thats the spirit!
User avatar #53 to #52 - mosaicbrain
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Joke aside, I'm actually pretty mortified of how cruel I could be to bugs back then.
Kids are evil.
Especially girls.
User avatar #55 to #53 - sociocat
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oh well thats good
and i dont like kids either!
User avatar #2 - malkotay
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if this gif of a nonexisting fictional animal affects you emotionally you are per definition Not a sociopath, congrats

#32 to #2 - atma
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Well hey now
day significantly improved, thank you
User avatar #41 to #2 - vatra
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And if it doesn't?
User avatar #69 to #41 - malkotay
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it means you have no or few empathy , so you can not feel emotions because someone else has them too, and that makes you a sociopath, just like Sherlock

maybe that's even better
User avatar #70 to #69 - vatra
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I feel empathy. But not for animated bugs...
User avatar #5 to #2 - degrees
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Oh. Well, off to a mental hospital I go then
User avatar #59 - zourch
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i use to kill grasshoppers rip there heads off, take pieces of stick, jab the twigs through
there heads and plant the the them in the sand as warnings to other grasshoppers.
I have no mercy for insects
User avatar #62 to #59 - darthsalias
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pretty much me too
#50 - shadowbreech
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I was hanging out at a friend's house about a week or 2 ago and learned that those wings aren't just for show...   
I learned the big roaches can fly when 2 inch ****** landed on my neck...   
I became a 6'2" little girl for about 15 minutes after we killed it and can still feel my skin crawl in that spot, as I type this...
I was hanging out at a friend's house about a week or 2 ago and learned that those wings aren't just for show...
I learned the big roaches can fly when 2 inch ****** landed on my neck...
I became a 6'2" little girl for about 15 minutes after we killed it and can still feel my skin crawl in that spot, as I type this...
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