This is Lucihormetica luckae, a species of South American cockroach that glows using bioluminescence (like a firefly) to resemble a toxic beetle that shares the same habitat. Can't tell them apart? Squash everything that glows. Remember rubbing firefly guts on your face like glow-in-the-dark war paint as a kid? What the f*** was wrong with us? I'm just thankful these things don't live around here. I already have a roach problem, the last thing I need is a light-show on the floor to remind me. Hearing them skitter around after I turn out the lights is bad enough. Man, I should have taken a picture of the one I found in the bathtub a couple days ago. As big as my fist. No lie, at first I thought it was a cat.
Thanks to PYY, who agrees the only good roaches are the ones with a little weed still left in them.
These are a bunch of $90 hoodies from electricMVMT. They each have a rope of battery powered electroluminescent wire running around the zipper and hood. That way you and your friends can go run around at night playing TRON or whatever the hell you people do. God you kids are... / Continue →
Ben Siegel Reptiles of Deerfield Beach, Florida, recently held a variety of bug-eating contests, with the winner of each getting a different variety of pet ball python. And apparently Edward Archibald swept the cockroach and one of worm eating competitions, eating dozens of ea... / Continue →
Another day, another batch of glowing-ass cats. I remember when I was growing up it was pretty much Gloworms or GTFO. My how time flies when you do the exact same thing everyday and it seems like just yesterday you were 18 with your whole life ahead of you. Now I'm thirty an... / Continue →