No matter what this list reveals, please know that mosquitos are the worst bug. Nothing fills me with a stronger desire to kill than seeing an entitled-ass mosquito flying around, likely high off of the blood and pain of an innocent passerby. They’re tiny and quiet and often hard to notice until after they’ve already…
I’m open to the idea of people eating bugs for protein in the long run, and not just for the cheap novelty of Let’s eat some freakin’ creepy-crawlies!!!! You can set aside any issues of animal cruelty and still acknowledge that the meat industry overtaxes lots of resources—land, water, feed crop that must itself be…
Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. I say it will end when our bee overlords choose to end it. That might already be underway at Sloan Park during this afternoon’s Cubs-Mariners game. Jason Heyward was the first victim, and he had to climb the outfield fence to avoid them.
Imagine a future without bugs! Sure, some learned ecologist will probably claim that these eerie tentacled creatures potter around at the bottom of the ecosystem doing important work in the grand scheme of things, but a wholesale elimination of the cockroaches and the mosquitos and the bed bugs of the world is clearly…
Scouts said he was too small for the NFL. Well, Titans LB Christian Kirksey sure showed them.
James Rodríguez nailed home a penalty kick to draw Colombia within a goal of Brazil, and the first thing to celebrate with him wasn't a teammate but this giant green scary-as-shit bug. WHAT IS THAT THING?
Those FIFA games and their glitches...they never cease to amaze. Here's a montage by YouTubers Emil & William, shared on the popular videogames channel. Makes me want to go out and play this version of soccer.
A new UN report finds that insects, our six-legged friends, could help solve world hunger — if only we got over ourselves and started eating them.
Do you want to know why Florida should stop worrying about losing its spring-training teams to Arizona? This. This is why.
Sure, Cowboys Stadium may be a billion-dollar shrine to
football, but even with the new Victoria's Secret store it seems they have a bit of a problem with pest control. EWWW.
A cloud of bees settled near the Giants dugout at the D-Backs training facility in Scottsdale, halting play until the grounds crew came up with a brilliant plan. They bought a bunch of lemonade and cotton candy from the food stands, smeared it on two golf carts, and used that to lure the bees away. I shit you not.…