Wow! That was pretty cool.
bleh bugs... glad it stayed outside.TSB
To answer your comment, with all those TX BBQs and tailgate parties, it's no wonder they don't have food left to feed prisoners of war. :)
Bet it woulda' grabbed onto your whiskers and skeered the mess outta' you!
It looks like an alien buggy to us.
Man, that was a big bug....woulda made two meals!!
My human likes that type of bug too! Feh, humans! It seems like every time we find something good to eat, they want to make friends with it...
We had one on our window screen this morning, and my mom almost squashed it! See, our windows crank out and in. For some reason, she looked through the blinds before she closed the window--thank Cod! So she went out in the dark in her robe and slippers and made it move out of harm's way.Good thing no one could see her. Or hear her talking to it!
I think we saw that thing on Sci-Fi Theatre last weekend!
Brian, was that the Momma in Aliens?
That is amazingly cool~!And you are very brave!!
Wow, that is quite interesting!
Whoa, crazy bug! Melly is the resident bug catcher here at Chez Natalie - she would've loved that one!
A bug like that you need to stuff and hang on your wall! That's a Trophy Bug if we've ever seen one.pee ess: MOL @ your comment!
I saw one of those bugs outside my front door a few weeks ago, too!
I would have eaten it! Really. Sorry TBT!
We wouldda too. Just dint get the chance.
Whoa, that's a biggun, Iza--three bites at least.
That's a pawesome cool bug. We woulda chewed it up to bits.
We have those bugs too. Momma says leave 'em alone and eat a grasshopster instead.....so we do.
we think our mom just threw up. she's PETRIFIED of bugs.
Awesome! We'd have eated it all up.
nice find! but i hear they will attack you if persistantly bothered and can bite, but no stingers.
Not much meat on that ones bones. Good for entertainment however. Pull off one leg at a time....bat it around....toss it in the air...yeah, good times!
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