Posted on May 20, 2020 Updated on July 31, 2020
I was headed into the local grocery store and noticed this. That is one big mosquito. *laughing* ~Vic
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At first I thought it was the “murder hornet” from Asia…another nice gift we have been given.
IDK WHAT the hell that thing was but, it was big enough to carry off a child. LOL!
Those hornets are SO deadly to honeybees and we already have a dwindling population.
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This didn’t show up in my panel..it wasn’t like you not to respond.
Killer hornets and viruses lol…what else. They look evil on top of everything.
lol…thats one way to put it.
Eh. Code jackers. Always improving. Always adding features. Always fucking something up.
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Now this one doesn’t have the edit feature…maybe they are watching ya
I’m seeing the “more” button on comments on your site and mine.
It could be that you could alter mine because I was responding on your site.
Since this is my site, can you alter any of this?
Nope…I can’t alter this but that could cause some trouble. I could make you say anything I wanted….I’m Vic and I’m a grouch… anything…that cannot be a good thing
To be able to trash it yes…I see that but NOT alter what you are saying
I’ve contacted WP. I sent them a message and got a chat response.
Well good luck…tell them for me that feature sucks.
They said they will look into it and contact me by email.
Look at those wings! I hope you only saw one of those things.
This was a first. I half-thought it was fake but couldn’t find any wires or glue or plastic. I certainly wouldn’t want to meet one, face to face.
Good gosh, that’s one big bug! You should have heard him hit, lol!
I’m pretty sure the owner of the car heard a thump…probably thought it was a rock.
Some sort of a cricket? Beautiful wings.
Have no clue. I’ve never seen such a thing, before.
WOW! What is it? The gold wings are beautiful.
Not the first clue. I may have to ask a bug expert. There is a blogger floating around that knows bug-ology. 🐜🐞🦗🕷🦂
Cool. Let us know.
I’ve contacted her but, she hasn’t posted in two months. We shall see…
O…probably done with blogging.
I hope not.
Me too I always hate when they just stop. You never know what happens or why.
That’s a mosquito? Wow, so glad I never attract them, they say mosquitoes only bite overweight and sexy people. One of those makes me feel inadequate 😂
LOL! Yeah. Bad, Southern US humor.
Sexy, overweight people have a lot of the blood they are looking for. LOL!
Sorry for the delay in response. I just saw this.
Omgosh! That’s a big’un. I thought they grew big here in the hot, humid environs of VA but I’ve never seen anything like that. Hope I never do!
That was just a really bad joke. LOL! I have NO idea what that thing is other than big & ugly. And, dead.
OMG! I also want to take this opportunity to nominate you for the Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award and you can find more about it here https://wordpress.com/post/billboardvagabond.me/1352 Thanks
Hello dear. I appreciate the nomination but, I stopped participating in Blogger Awards over a year ago.
You are very kind but, I will have to decline.
I think that’s a ciceda. They’re back this year. O_O
I’ll take your word for it. I know what a cicada is but, I didn’t know they get THAT big. Sheesh.
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