Trombicula fujigmo

February 13, 2006 at 4:47 pm | Posted in Being Random, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

In case you’re wondering that’s the scientific name for a mite. Yup. What makes it so special? It’s an acronym for “F**k you Jack, I got my orders.” Which is attributed to WWII soldier speak. Heh… Lots of funny names for bugs… Like Ba Humbugi (snail), Oedipus complex (salamander), Colon rectum (beetle), Ytu brutus (another beetle). These guys have a sense of humour.

Also someone mentioned that I should have pictures of the snow storm so I have something to talk about. Due to my laziness, I present this instead. I think they have more exciting pictures than I could have. So enjoy the bloody pictures! (ed: they’re not actually bloody)

Also I have found an excuse to why I should play more video games. =P Now my game playing is justified. Take that all you people who think I should be doing something more productive with my time, like learning a second (or fourth) language. [hi mom. I speak 2 well enough, and the third one is iffy because you won't let me live in the Middle East]

And unto you I bid, Yeah Buddy! Nobody!

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