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I just killed a fly watch

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    Or, more likely, fly-in-dinner?!
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    :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:
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    (Original post by Beekeeper)
    You should put it inside a big test tube, and heat it from the bottom
    Classic. Do flies have emotional senses? If so, another method would be to get two flies, pin them both down, facing each other, and torture one. If they have any intelligence, the other fly would be like "Oh shizzle, that's gonna be me next!" then keep the fly which is alive in suspence before slaughtering it- Muwahahahah, that would be brilliant!
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    Classic. Do flies have emotional senses? If so, another method would be to get two flies, pin them both down, facing each other, and torture one. If they have any intelligence, the other fly would be like "Oh shizzle, that's gonna be me next!" then keep the fly which is alive in suspence before slaughtering it- Muwahahahah, that would be brilliant!
    GENIUS!
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    Classic. Do flies have emotional senses? If so, another method would be to get two flies, pin them both down, facing each other, and torture one. If they have any intelligence, the other fly would be like "Oh shizzle, that's gonna be me next!" then keep the fly which is alive in suspence before slaughtering it- Muwahahahah, that would be brilliant!
    Good point, they need to be emotional...

    *brings in two rabbits*
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    *brings in two rabbits*
    Pissing myself...
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    Does the RSPCA care about flies?
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    Probably not...I mean, who does? I think they're more interested in the cute animals, like kittens for example...
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    (Original post by zhivago)
    Probably not...I mean, who does? I think they're more interested in the cute animals, like kittens for example...
    Yeah, and pigs
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    Thank God for that..

    You know that experiment they get you to do in science classes where you burn a peanut in a bunsen surner to find out its fat content? Well some wally ate our peanuts so while trapped a fly and used that instead..
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    I killed about 8 earlier, left the back door open (no cheesy jokes please :rolleyes: ) and they all swarmed in, flysprayed them to death!!
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    Don't feel bad about it horrorboy. i don't even think flies have brains, so that might mean it didn't feel a thing.
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    Flies? Mosquitos? Psh! Nothing beats the time when we had these ghetto neighbors who didn't get the concept of MOWING THEIR GRASS so they let it grow sooo tall and it rained a lot and there was a water mocassin (Scary! http://donavanlakes.org/water%20moccasin.JPG ) in our backyard! I've never screamed so loud in my life.

    Don't feel bad, but my dad had to beat it with a gardening hoe repeatedly until it died... it tried to strike him a few times, so he had the right. :mad:
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    (Original post by Prad)
    Thank God for that..

    You know that experiment they get you to do in science classes where you burn a peanut in a bunsen surner to find out its fat content? Well some wally ate our peanuts so while trapped a fly and used that instead..
    :rofl: That's funny. I remember one Biology experiement, we were dissecting a sheep's heart, and in the end we all got bored and started playing footy with the heart. Was so funny.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    :rofl: That's funny. I remember one Biology experiement, we were dissecting a sheep's heart, and in the end we all got bored and started playing footy with the heart. Was so funny.
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    :rofl: That's funny. I remember one Biology experiement, we were dissecting a sheep's heart, and in the end we all got bored and started playing footy with the heart. Was so funny.
    :toofunny: We had one where my friend stuck this fork thingy in this eyeball and it broke offinside and pinged away with the metal still inside it and all the black stuff flying out
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    (Original post by Beekeeper)
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    Gawd - what'cha been eatin bk? You seem to be pukin alot. :eek:
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    Me...

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    (Original post by HearTheThunder)
    :toofunny: We had one where my friend stuck this fork thingy in this eyeball and it broke offinside and pinged away with the metal still inside it and all the black stuff flying out
    Oh yuck!
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    (Original post by Whizz Kid)
    :rofl: That's funny. I remember one Biology experiement, we were dissecting a sheep's heart, and in the end we all got bored and started playing footy with the heart. Was so funny.
    What is "playing footy?" I have a badddd feeling its not good.

    //edit NEVERMIND! Excuse my blonde moment..

    You sicko.
 
 
 

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