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October 05, 2018


Man finds world's largest centipede in his garden.

(Thanks to DaninDallas)


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Not surprised that this thing was huge and aggressive...I WAS surprised, however, that it was not found in Australia...but, maybe it swam over.

‘I get them in my yard all the time, six to maybe seven inches.

"Definitely, I’ve never seen one that big."

That's what she...never mind.

Continuing wiredog's thread, I could imagine the wife's reaction when he brought the bucket in and said. " 'Scuse me while I whip this out."

If you’re gonna have one you may as well have a big ‘un.

Centipedes, it had to be centipedes. There's too many centipedes on this plane.

Giant centipedes should be referred to as dollarpedes.

Centipedes are not insects. Insects have six legs. Harrumph.

They meant “largest known.” I bet NC could do better if she put her mind to it.

Wow, look at that magnificent creature! I think I'll kill it. :-(

Hawaii tends to have the largest centipedes. One of the few critters we actually hate. The only way to kill them is to snip off the head, and stuff them in a freezer.

Which is exactly how you deal with supernatural creatures of legend... The things you realize after moving from a place.

Is this a new euphemism? "Is that a centipede in your garden, or are you just..."

Didn't the Beatles have a song about a Centipede's garden?

What--you say it was Octopus' Garden?

Well, I knew it was something involving a lot of legs...

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