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Collection: bio : arthropods
creepy crawlies (83),
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I used to have that game of assemble the plastic bug- it was called 'Cootie'. MUCH cuter than the crickets I googled on pest control sites. :^)
Posted about 3 years ago.
Ah, but you should only be eating a legally constrained maximum of bug pieces that way - unlike however many of them manage to fly or crawl at you during the day or while you sleep ... ;-)
So amazing that you managed to make a balanced and pleasing design out of bug parts! Although I am trying not to be alarmed by the news that I am eating bug parts every day, I do appreciate your forthrightness!
I was led to believe that almost no-one bothered to click through to contest entries. ;-)
well, the fabric is cute but I definitely regret reading the description!
My younger brother particularly hated being ambushed by spiders with not enough legs - because he reckoned it meant the remaining legs were around somewhere waiting to drop on him later.
Hhaha... What's worse than biting into a doughnut and finding a cricket?
... Finding half a cricket :)
This would make a great snack pouch or lunch bag :)
Ha- too good!
No actual bugs were harmed in the making of this entry. Though I do have to suspect that some of my many reference books were based on pinned specimens or dissections. The living critters do tend to move a bit too quickly to be sketched in detail.
morbid and funny and well done :)
Chuckle. You have made me MORE terrified of bugs but I remember as a kid tearing up bugs... this fabric is every experimental child's dream.
That would be the commercial version of the original Beetle game - which was the mainstay of fundraising "Beetle Drives".
It reminds me of a toy which several kids I babysat for had, where you had some sort of bug and you had to roll dice to get a bug body, head, legs and antennae and then assemble your plastic bug from your parts....
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