frauenfelder — 2013-12-15T17:54:35-05:00 — #1
synesthesia — 2013-12-15T18:06:38-05:00 — #2
ebola — 2013-12-15T18:06:50-05:00 — #3
Reeeeaaaally wish I hadn't clicked on that.
howster — 2013-12-15T18:11:42-05:00 — #4
thecorrectline — 2013-12-15T18:15:34-05:00 — #5
Crikey, he's a feisty one!!
iquitos46 — 2013-12-15T19:06:11-05:00 — #6
That's disgusting! I'd like some creationist to explain just what exactly god or anybody else had in mind with that stunt.
johnkgoodman — 2013-12-15T19:11:26-05:00 — #7
Obviously a Japanese moth.
robert_sanders — 2013-12-15T19:11:42-05:00 — #8
This isn't as disgusting as I thought. If you want disgusting click the link below!
You were warned!
maggiekb — 2013-12-15T19:17:41-05:00 — #9
Here's the YouTube video of Mark's GIF http://youtu.be/QQlhGT2VMOQ
immutable_mike — 2013-12-15T19:43:34-05:00 — #10
On the other hand, my first thought was "where is your god now?!"
danegeld — 2013-12-15T19:53:44-05:00 — #11
What are we looking at here? Is that a moth getting a hard-on? I'd like to know the context of the GIF
knappa — 2013-12-15T20:33:55-05:00 — #12
If I am googling correctly, it is an androconial organ --- an inflatable scent gland used in mating.
Male salt marsh moths, Estigmene acrea (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae), possess inflatable androconial organs called coremata. Prior to mating males form aggregations and inflate their coremata en masse.
There's a lovely picture for you.
phosphorious — 2013-12-15T22:17:22-05:00 — #13
Click on this image of a moth ***if you want your nightmares to be made real.***
lava — 2013-12-15T22:54:21-05:00 — #14
chenille — 2013-12-15T23:28:53-05:00 — #15
What you gon' do with all that junk,
that junk everted from your trunk?
I'ma lure an inamorata,
lure her with my coremata!
raybert — 2013-12-16T03:21:55-05:00 — #16
Okay, so these are 'relatively large protuberances'.
Which suggests there also are 'freaking HUGE protuberances' out there...
am80256 — 2013-12-16T05:22:01-05:00 — #17
Now that's a "grower," ladies.
am80256 — 2013-12-16T05:28:09-05:00 — #18
So I suppose that's the cockroach cluster they are talking about here:
(Within the context of this thread - be very, very warned)
danegeld — 2013-12-16T05:40:43-05:00 — #19
Unicorn chaser pls. Ideally one without a stimulated horn growth
raybert — 2013-12-16T07:07:43-05:00 — #20
Nah, this is the completely harmless version. Try Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl.
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