Katydid, for the win!

Critters eating critters ain't the craziest shit in the world to watch. But, I do enjoy it. I love watching mother nature at work. You don't see over population of animals and other critters in their natural habitats. Nature does a good job of controlling the population. Now if we'd just let her do her job with the human population we wouldn't have so many fucking idiots running around.

14 Comments
  • biggertalk June 29, 2013

    What is this spawn of satan?

    -8
  • drbrownsteine June 29, 2013

    Ima get that heeery leeeg.... Mmm..mmm

    -1
  • xdekayx June 29, 2013

    reminds me of my ex wife

    +0
  • spartan22407 June 29, 2013

    FINISH HIM!

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  • rockinron June 29, 2013

    if we let nature take its course, then the ghetto trash would kill each other off and the ghetto would be empty! and the only blacks left would be good upstanding blacks who don't think the world owes them something!

    +8
  • boofano June 29, 2013

    Look what's happening in India .

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  • spinal12 June 29, 2013

    Uh Huh Huh Let's Cut Off His Twitter

    -3
  • solidbriscoe June 30, 2013

    Fuck'n Ay, Henry! My thoughts exactly!

    Too many nabobs in the world.

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  • sparkles June 30, 2013

    Don't worry hendog! Monsanto is taking care of that! With all this genetically modified food they make! I figure our life span will go back down to 60! We all should be tards when we die! And the babies formulas! Don't get me started on that!

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  • chicago90 June 30, 2013

    RAID!

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  • goodster June 30, 2013

    ^^^^^TOP POST^^^ it's a katydid..... you stupid fuck

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  • sirpussalot June 30, 2013

    Insects in the family Tettigoniidae are commonly called katydids or bush-crickets. There are more than 6,400 species. Common is the southern states

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  • biggertalk June 30, 2013

    Oh I'm sorry I thought it was your mom for a second.

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  • douchebaggins July 1, 2013

    I will never sleep again.

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