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#643 - huntergriff ONLINE
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(09/30/2013) [-]
finally I can use this.
#573 - myshipsailedwoutme
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So these things are called mermithidae and they infect arthropods, insects, spiders, etc. So basically this **** is normal.
#596 to #576 - carnivora
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well...

thank you ?

i guess ...
#557 - anonymoose
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#518 - kokaines
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#497 - thesoulless
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#482 - FuckingLugia
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#484 to #482 - myshipsailedwoutme
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I ******* hated Caillou.
#487 to #484 - sixty
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Ditto
#375 - dudeyouisnasty
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#394 to #375 - muffinmadman
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#371 - retentions
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this shall do nicely
#365 - alexthecanadian
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#370 to #365 - krasnogvardiech
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Way ahead of you.
#344 - organicglory
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#338 - mikeymikee
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#315 - thasmackdown **User deleted account**
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Dont worry this is no tape worm, this is a parasite that cant survive in warm blooded creatures... Yet. You can find it in small creatures and what it does is an act worth a horror film. Those little worms enter the host through water. You have probably ingested some of these microscopic eggs in your lifetime without knowing it but like I said they wont survive our digestion. They enter the insect and grow, feeding on its insides... but not too quickly as they want this insects mind to survive long enough so that the parasite can **** with the insects mind and basically force the insect to drown itself in a source of water, where the parasite can reproduce (water being its natural environment). To make it even more freaky. If you where to have sprayed that spider with water... That parasite would have slithered out while the spider was still crawling around trying not to die. www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcj0Srt8i6k
#317 to #315 - thasmackdown **User deleted account**
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Im sorry to be more exact, I'm pretty sure it only survives in insects.
#329 to #315 - froggerhasxbox
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it makes me feel better that it can't get into mammals, but dat source
#333 to #329 - thasmackdown **User deleted account**
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But you did, and because you did, you grew a little inside. Or was it just that worm egg you ingested. No, surely not.

These things take body hijacking to a new level though, being able to force the spider to move to water is incredible. I really kinda wish I had more information on these scary guys.
#337 to #333 - froggerhasxbox
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I kindof want to learn more myself for some reason

look what you did
#212 - Darianvincent
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#182 - grimsho ONLINE
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This has better be in Australia or I can't trust any location on the globe anymore.
#188 to #182 - billybong
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I don't think It's Australian. It doesn't look like any spider we have around here. But then again it's squished so it might look different
#205 to #188 - metronomee
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Actually, it's a wolf spider. Found any and everywhere.
#206 to #205 - billybong
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Aah, we do have them here. Just not so much in Sydney. They prefer drier areas as far as I know. So you can find them in the Western suburbs away from the coast.
#134 - spceinvdr
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#123 - asmathiel
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Holy crap...
Holy crap...
#110 - kfcinafrica
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(09/29/2013) [-]
thank you asshole i was trying to masturbate
#91 - kingadzy
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(09/29/2013) [-]
******* nope.
#88 - bocatadesesos
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#38 - wotanskrieger
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