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Old 08-24-03, 05:57 PM   #16 (permalink)
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wonder what they'd taste like in a bun with mustard.. hrmmm.. :/
I hear that they have a nice tang to them, quite pleasing to the pallete. So, I'm sure that a bun and mustard would make it a gourmet meal. *L*
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Hahaha Aaron that was just precious. And I was thinking of Heather the entire time and how much mouthwash she's going to make you gurgle before kissing her. lol

Beejay, excellent camera skills! lol

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Old 08-24-03, 06:55 PM   #18 (permalink)
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He didnt eat it....... He spit it out.......
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Next is a feeder mouse :P
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ewwwwwwwww I was sitting here with my brother watching saying "just hurry up and eat it!!!" OMG Aaron that is hilarious!!!
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i heard him say "everything else is easy" just exactly which bugs has he been chowing down on?? wierd wierd child O.o
this guy at work kept eating meal worms and he says they taste like chicken! is it me or does everything taste like chicken?
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Ok, a few questions here,

What are you doing with a tomato horn worm at all?

Are they some type of feeder insect for reptiles?

Do people keep them as pets?

How much did it cost?

When is the next show? LOL

Maybe try it with some sweet 'n sour sauce next time!

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I have now learned to put nothing past you man good job next time open the buffet to the other just to see who will step up to there own chalange. LOL
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:P *sigh* no one ever thinks of the girlfriend....:P
This coming from the girl who drinks crested gecko mix

your sick dude, and I agree with raven next should be a feeder mouse or at least a couple pinkies
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:P *sigh* no one ever thinks of the girlfriend....:P

This coming from the girl who drinks crested gecko mix
I was just thinking that I'd feel sorrier for Heather if I knew for sure she wouldn't do the same thing... but I'm not 100% sure of myself about that... how sad

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Ok, a few questions here,

What are you doing with a tomato horn worm at all?

Are they some type of feeder insect for reptiles?

Do people keep them as pets?

How much did it cost?

When is the next show? LOL

Maybe try it with some sweet 'n sour sauce next time!

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I'll try to answer these to the best of my knowledge.. (i haven't consulted aaron or anyone else).
Looks like he was eating the worm... maybe he thought it was from tequila?

I'm sure reptiles, birds and probably some mammals eat them.

People keep mice, milipedes, catapillars, and other bugs for pets, i'm sure there's some one that keeps those for pets.

I don't know, but he got paid 5 whole dollars to put it in his mouth... I don't think you could pay me enough to put any sort of worm in my mouth.

Next show is sept 7th WEEEEE

Maybe chocolate sauce (ala chocolate covered ants) will be tastier.... Ummm YUCK!
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to answer what else I have eaten....4 or 5 superworms at various places,1 waxworm,one cricket which is the most digusting thing ever..next to hornworms. Buffet eh? Hmm i got an idea for the next edition of this:P SHould prove to better this one.

I didn't recieve 5 dollars I only ogt the money if I ate it and I couldn't swallow. I think they narrowed it down to nothing after anyways

Thank you Lisa for answering the questions
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LOL!!! I laugh at your pain Aaron, I really do.
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Pain? Who said anything about pain?
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EWW AARON EWW!!

And I thought that eating a couple silkworms and 39 mealworms was gross but a HORNWORM?! You're nuts!!
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