Mosquito Burgers

Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Hombre-J, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. Hombre-J

    Hombre-J Currently Ballsacked

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    [video]http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=0a2_1356008532[/video]

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  2. ThePapa

    ThePapa Suffragette City..

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    *reaches for sick bag*
     
  3. PhorceOfHabit

    PhorceOfHabit Seldom

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    Doesn't sound that tasty, but reversing the roles and being able to munch on those little fuckers would definitely be satisfying.
     
  4. ThePapa

    ThePapa Suffragette City..

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    Malaria burgers lol..
     
  5. ONSLAUGHT88

    ONSLAUGHT88 I sees ya I do I sees ya

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    Each to their own and that
     
  6. Gumby

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    oh fuck no...
     
  7. Kenneth4Eva

    Kenneth4Eva Let's Breed

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    lol...cant they grow food like every other country?.....oh wait
     
  8. Scrapped

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    Talk about optimizing your surrounding resources.



    I can't imagine what the camera-man would look like after that.
     
  9. herojuana

    herojuana hairy kuala

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    Most insects are very protein rich so it is probably a very good and easily sustainable meal. sign me up