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(BBC)   Mosquitoes' wings sound to make sweet, sweet music when they're having sex, presumably to make up for the tiny pricks   ( divider line
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395 clicks; posted to Geek » on 08 Jan 2009 at 5:26 PM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2009-01-08 02:49:18 PM  
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2009-01-08 02:56:36 PM  
I laughed. Nicely done.
2009-01-08 03:25:58 PM  
Needle-dick bug farker
2009-01-08 04:56:28 PM  
Im'ma gonna go out on a limb here and declare this an early Headline of the Year candidate.
2009-01-08 06:12:17 PM  
f*cking mosquitos.
2009-01-08 06:39:13 PM  
2009-01-08 06:55:42 PM  
well played subby, well played.
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ZAZ [TotalFark]
2009-01-08 07:18:28 PM  
As long as we're talking about the sex lives of insects I need to quote this sentence I read last night about a relative of the mosquito in TFA, the non-biting midge Orthocladius nigritus:

"Males with reduced antennae were collected in copula with normal males on the top of a car."

Yes, I'll top your sweet, sweet music with gay midge porn. (In that family it's usually the females who have short antennae, so it's at least gay transvestite midge porn.)
2009-01-08 10:19:04 PM  
You know what the height of optimism is?

A mosquito with a hard-on, doing the backstroke in a river, whistling for the draw bridge to open.
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