'Shovel loads of cicadas' to emerge – loudly
(Photo: Ron Edmonds / AP file)
The locust-like bugs known as cicadas are set to come out of their holes in parts of the eastern U.S. after 17 years of underground slumber. And with a hum as loud as a jet engine, they’ll make their presence known.
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NOT AGAIN! DEAR LORD NOT AGAIN!
“…locust-like bugs known as cicadas…” Lemme let you in on a little secret about my favorite insect, NBC… They’re not...
^See, I told ya
SUCH AN ANNOYING BUG
Coming soon, Wilkes-Barre!
Kill me now.
JESUS FUCKING CHRIST NO
/just laughs and laughs
so I thought your were being poetic with the seventeen years comment but nothey’ve just been chilling out for seventeen...
To me, my army!!!!
Nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnrrrghhhh. I hate these things.
Those things are going to be everywhere DX how I’m gonna walk to the bus stop and wait as those things swarm me to...
IM SO EXCITED
Ugh, I remember when the last ones came out, I had to do a biology research assignment on their mating habits… But this...
See the problem is I like cicadas but I cannot deal with divebombing insects and with swarms that’s gonna happen noooo.