Monday, February 27, 2006

Biting Beetle

Sample: A Japanese Biting Beetle.
Source: The Great Outdoors.

Meet Pure Evil, ladies and gentlemen. It looks like a harmless orange ladybug, but on the inside it is a cold black ball of malice and hate. They appear in droves in the summer. Unlike real ladybugs, they bite. Hard. And if you crush them, they release a foul-smelling goo that is extremely difficult to wash out. This one met a woman I like to call Sweet Lady Sewer shortly after its little photo shoot.



Biting Beetle, 10x.



Biting Beetle, 60x.



The Face Of Evil, 200x.

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