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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Dedicated to Anonymous #1


In the interest of being less boring to more people, I'm posting this photo of stink bugs, chlorochroa sayi, having sex. As most would agree, sex sells, so I figured it can't be both boring and effective at selling stuff like hamburgers, cars, soap, jeans, etc etc etc.

Thanks for the constructive comment.

9 comments:

[**♪ ~SoPhiE~ ♪ **] said...

mmmm... they look cute... interesting...

Karolyn said...

Very interesting!!!

Beijing Steamer said...

I am sorry I don't love bugs. I think praying mantises are AWESOME! And I did see a grasshopper in the upper wall in a room once. And while all the other girls though it was going to rip them to shreds.. I realize that it is probably and most likely afraid of me/us moreso than them.

Also I loved the sex sells thing. I don't love the ads of course. But I will definatly consider writing these people and voicing my oppinion. Since it is the american way.

Hope I didn't bug you as much as you bugged me ;-) Okay you're and not buggy.

Peace, Love, and a Praying Mantis

*sorry for any typos*

Beijing Steamer said...

OH! But I do LIKE bugs... I forgot that part. So I'm not a hater :-D

FUNKYBROWNCHICK said...

What an interesting blog!

I like the photos of the bugs and the image in this post is my favorite.

Stolie

http://funkybrownchick.blogspot.com

consise10 said...

LOL your dedication is hilarious lol. Has me in stiches! Great blog you have !

halfhaggis said...

Yeah. Sex sells.
And stinkbug sex really sells.

I'm surprised there isn't more stinkbug porn out there. You have an untapped market just waiting to be exploited. You can call your site "Barely Legal StinkBug Chicks," and you have no overheads since you won't even have to pay the stinkbugs.

If only I knew where to find stinkbugs, I'd do it myself and become a millionaire overnight.

Babs said...

Here in New Zealand they're called vegetable bugs... emits a really nasty odour when squashed (some gardeners don't like them as they seem to have a voracious appetite for cabbages and the like).

vanessa cardui said...

Umm, yes they emit a *foul* odor when you disturb them, and they feed on plants both as adults and immatures, so they can be a pest to gardeners and farmers. Spiders consider them fair game, and help to control their population.