These ‘Effing Masks Are Getting On My Last Nerve…
Rule Z – There is never, ever just one zombie.
The New York Times–Long before the Asian giant hornet began terrorizing the honeybees of Washington State, the ferocious insects posed a sometimes lethal threat to hikers and farmers in the mountains of rural Japan.
But in the central Chubu region, these insects — sometimes called “murder hornets” — are known for more than their aggression and excruciating sting. They are seen as a pleasant snack and an invigorating ingredient in drinks.
The giant hornet, along with other varieties of wasps, has traditionally been considered a delicacy in this rugged part of the country. The grubs are often preserved in jars, pan-fried or steamed with rice to make a savory dish called hebo-gohan. The adults, which can be two inches long, are fried on skewers, stinger and all, until the carapace becomes light and crunchy. They leave a warming, tingling sensation when eaten.
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Des Moines Register – It was the chomp heard ’round the world… when, on Jan. 20, 1982, Ozzy Osbourne dined on a bat while on stage in Des Moines in front of 5,000 or so witnesses. The landmark night turned out to be a bloody decapitation…By a looney Englishman with toxic drug habits whose job description at the time read something like “dark prince of heavy metal.”
So, yeah. Ozzy knows a thing or two about a bat or two.
**Thanks Anon in MT
The woman is seriously weird and the scene is so seriously macabre that I feel compelled to put it behind an EYE BLEACH Warning. Click More at your own peril.