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(Daily Mail)   It's all fun and games till cockroaches rain down on people trying to enjoy their sushi   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 25
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2014-04-18 01:16:26 PM  
Put them in the spider rolls.  Nobody will notice the difference.
 
2014-04-18 01:34:39 PM  
Pfft.  They're sprinkles.  It's fusion cuisine.
 
2014-04-18 02:09:17 PM  
Roach confetti party!
 
2014-04-18 02:10:00 PM  
A little land lobster with that sashimi? I recommend extra wasabi.
 
2014-04-18 02:10:04 PM  
Nothing wrong with a little extra protein

(that's what I tell my dates anyway)
 
2014-04-18 02:10:24 PM  
Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).
 
2014-04-18 02:15:37 PM  
That would be my number one fear in those pitch black restaurants that were mentioned several years ago.
 
2014-04-18 02:15:58 PM  

MrHappyRotter: Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).


I live in Florida.  I was walking outside once and one flew into my temple.  Felt like someone chucked a rock at my head.
 
2014-04-18 02:18:18 PM  
Fighting roaches from the sky
Fearless bugs who jump and die
 
2014-04-18 02:26:52 PM  

Diogenes: MrHappyRotter: Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).

I live in Florida.  I was walking outside once and one flew into my temple.  Felt like someone chucked a rock at my head.


Roach or Palmetto bug?
 
2014-04-18 02:27:41 PM  

uncleacid: Fighting roaches from the sky
Fearless bugs who jump and die


crunchy topping for a pie ?

GAMERA!
 
2014-04-18 02:33:58 PM  
People who willingly eat raw fish have no business complaining about cockroaches.
 
2014-04-18 02:35:41 PM  
FTA: "While none of the bugs fell directly onto food, another diner reportedly had one crawl right onto his leg."

Well if none of the bugs fell directly onto the food, what's the big deal?

www.loudbang.co.uk
 
2014-04-18 02:39:22 PM  
Apparently, Skeletor eats there in a bad blond wig, incognito.
 
2014-04-18 02:39:28 PM  
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2014-04-18 02:40:12 PM  

Diogenes: Pfft.  They're sprinkles.  It's fusion cuisine.


This place has EVERYTHING.
 
2014-04-18 02:41:42 PM  

OrionXVI: Diogenes: MrHappyRotter: Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).

I live in Florida.  I was walking outside once and one flew into my temple.  Felt like someone chucked a rock at my head.

Roach or Palmetto bug?


American Cockroach, since it was flying.
 
2014-04-18 02:53:38 PM  

Diogenes: OrionXVI: Diogenes: MrHappyRotter: Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).

I live in Florida.  I was walking outside once and one flew into my temple.  Felt like someone chucked a rock at my head.

Roach or Palmetto bug?

American Cockroach, since it was flying.


Palmetto bug silly.
 
2014-04-18 03:12:56 PM  

seansimonson: Diogenes: OrionXVI: Diogenes: MrHappyRotter: Sounds like my patio in mid summer.

I swear on my cat's grave, those god awful gigantic flying American roaches besiege this area and make night time outside in warm weather a horrible nightmare of an experience. Granted, they aren't the disgusting little German or Asian roaches that come indoors and eat your trash and filth, but damn, they are huge. They fly. And apparently, their defensive mechanism is to fly or crawl directly towards whatever they consider to be a threat (i.e. humans).

I live in Florida.  I was walking outside once and one flew into my temple.  Felt like someone chucked a rock at my head.

Roach or Palmetto bug?

American Cockroach, since it was flying.

Palmetto bug silly.


According to that fountain of knowledge known as Wikipedia, if it flew, it couldn't be a palmetto bug. Most likely it was an American Cockroach.

/just learned that the American Cockroach is considered one of the fastest bugs in the world (equivalent to a human running 210mph). With that speed, the ability to fly must have been added just for the farkyou factor.
 
2014-04-18 03:37:52 PM  

mr_crash_davis: People who willingly eat raw fish have no business complaining about cockroaches.


Came here to say this.
 
2014-04-18 04:15:14 PM  
indoor rain storm of roaches Wednesday as several of the creepy-crawlies fell from the ceiling and onto a table and even patrons' legs.

hyperbole much.
 
2014-04-18 04:30:53 PM  
Meanwhile, at Joe's Apartment...

img.fark.net
 
2014-04-18 05:21:24 PM  
I actually got some prepared silkworms from the local Asian market. Eventually I'll muster the courage to eat them.
 
2014-04-18 05:59:01 PM  
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2014-04-18 06:57:15 PM  
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