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Aug 22 2012

"It's amazing. Perfect. Not a piece missing. Total in every way. Outstanding. Yeah. You really are... a complete cunt."

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"...And that's how you get wood lice in your crotch. True."
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I wish I'd heard the beginning of that story, so I'd know how to avoid getting wood lice in my crotch. For those of you not up on your entomology, here's a wood louse. We've got loads of them in the UK. It's like an armadillo the size of your pinky fingernail, but creepy:

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  1. Looks like a pillbug. Also called a sowbug. Why, I don't know. The pill makes sense because they roll up and look like a pill. I used to call them rolly-pollies.

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    1. We called them roly-polys too (I'm from Texas). Loved making little cities full of them!

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  2. Yeah, a pillbug's the same thing as a woodlouse. I think they're kinda cute, actually.

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  3. Adam's son likes to collect them and make villages, so I've gotten used to them.

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  4. In my flat I kill at least one woodlouse a week. I tend to find them on my bathroom floor, as apposed to my crotch.

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  5. Id been wondering for a while what the proper name for the bally bugs was! Never had them in my crotch, though...

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  6. The first one should be a V-day card. Or perhaps another kind of card. You open it up to reveal what is said after the ellipse.

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  7. They get big. Search for: giant isopod.

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  8. He was speaking in English English and he said "crutch" not "crotch". Crutches used to be made of wood so that makes a bit more sense.

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  9. Is that what they're called. They're everywhere here in florida.. I never knew the name, so i called um rolly polys.

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  10. Um, sorry, but woodlice are nothing to do with entomology. Entomology is the study of insects. Woodlice are actually crustaceans.

    Great creatures though.

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