“Feed Me Seymore!” – The Real Little Shop of Horrors ‘Mean, Green Mother’

Clathrus archeri (Devil’s Fingers / Octopus Stinkhorn fungi) erupting from their eggs.

Feed Me Seymore – “Little Shop of Horrors”

   
   

Not Your Grandma’s Escargot – France’s Giant Killer Worms

Read about it here. Eeewww!!

   
   

WTF BBQ ET

   
   

Meanwhile In Canada – Pissed Off Woman Flings Poop At Fast Food Staff

Eewww!! Eh?  The Providence reports, “Woman detained after feces flinging incident at Langley Tim Hortons“.

A woman could be facing charges after an irate confrontation at a Langley Tim Hortons Monday ended in feces being thrown at staff.

On Wednesday, surveillance video showing Tim Hortons staff being harassed was posted on Liveleak and YouTube.

In the video, which has no sound, a woman can be seen screaming at staff before squatting on the floor and relieving herself. She then picks up the excrement and throws it at staff.

Women Poops In A Tim Horton’s and flings it at the staff.

Click on the Golden Turd to watch the disgusting incident on YouTube. Consider yourself warned.
   
   

Begging Monkey

   
   

California’s Newest ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Scourge

“Nutria once lived only in southern South America, but they have been domesticated as fur animals and transplanted around the world. In many areas, including Canada and more than a dozen U.S. states, fur farm escapees quickly establish large wild populations near their new homes.”

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a warning this week about an influx of large, semi-aquatic rodents that have been caught reproducing within the San Joaquin Valley.

Nutria (or Myocastor coypus) fall somewhere between a beaver and a groundhog and are much larger than a muskrat (up to five times larger, according tot CDFW). They can grow to more than 2 feet long, not counting the 12-inch tail, and up to 20 pounds.

This is a problem because the animal can cause major wildlife destruction – ruining 10 times the vegetation they consume, according to CDFW. They also burrow in dikes, levees and road beds, according to California Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Peter Tira.