Have you been bitten by a non-blood sucking insect?

Posted by: Mathgeekjoe

From personal experience, grasshopper bites are equivalent to dragonfly bites.

  • Bitten by non-blood sucking insects

  • Only have been bitten by blood sucking insects

83% 10 votes
17% 2 votes
  • We were really scared of fire ants in primary school after the horror stories we were told about it. We wouldn't go near one no matter how harmless it looked.

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TheMarquis says2015-04-11T17:27:39.2572510-05:00
You and nature seem to be at constant odds.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-11T18:04:35.0963352-05:00
We aren't at odds, I like nature it just is fairly aggressive.
cludwig says2015-04-12T02:59:37.0234049-05:00
I have battled nature while she was dishing out her very worst and can defiantly say Mathgeekjoe that as a human, I am far more aggressive. In fact, I thrive on battling harsh wilderness and high mountain elements, raunchy vegetation and biting insects galore. It brings out the best (and beast) in me. You can't say you have lived until you have been soaked right through your long-johns to your crotch and have an ice storm tear off some of your facial hair by force above 3000 meters.
SwizzardWizard says2015-04-12T12:49:42.1507733-05:00
@people saying about bees. Bees don't bite, they sting.
benhos says2015-04-12T19:31:23.3147858-05:00
Wasps and bees do not suck blood, nor do they bite. They sting.

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