Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Slutterbugs are small, squirmy, soft-bodied insects which infest water holes, marshes, and swamps. The insects are notorious for crawling into the nose, ears, or other orifices of it's host animal. There the creature lays it's eggs. When the young hatch they cause unbearable pain as they did their way to the surface.

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