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Desc:Attenborough tortures a horny insect, and discovers it trying to get busy with his ear.
Category:Educational, Nature & Places
Tags:david attenborough, 17 year cicadas, bug in ear horror
Submitted:cognitivedissonance
Date:12/29/07
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Comment count is 7
Pie Boy - 2007-12-29
10 bucks says the first words of every cicada in that brood were "I LIVE!!!".
craptacular - 2007-12-30
I live for the swarm!

Binro the Heretic - 2007-12-30
We have these here in Florida.

We also have a breed of giant wasp that eats them.

You don't want to see what eats the wasp.
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-12-30
I do not want to see Attenborough spirited away by Demons.
Camonk - 2007-12-30
Someone, I think it was Bill Bryson*, called David Attenborough "perhaps the most respected man in England." He's definitely the dude I respect most in England.

*It could've been Richard Dawkins.
Hugo Gorilla - 2007-12-30
It was Dawkins in one of his books, but it might as well be chiseled on a slab of Stonehedge.

bac - 2008-01-02
Think of the calm Attenborough had to have I mean if a giant fucking bug landed on your face, let alone your ear, it would be damn near impossible not to go "AH FUCK KILL IT KILL IT" and possibly cause injury to yourself in an attempt to get rid of it...well at least thats me.
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