Its such fun

#1
But why is a slug plus salt interface such fun?

I'm going through salt at a right rate of knots, anyone else enjoy the fun that is the screaming slug when salt is applied?
 
#2
mucus2 said:
But why is a slug plus salt interface such fun?

I'm going through salt at a right rate of knots, anyone else enjoy the fun that is the screaming slug when salt is applied?
Man up.

I've peeled my childs forehead back with a leatherman and lined up Salt & Vinegar Discos on the exposed flesh.

Thats fun
 
#3
worms and bleach is far more entertaining.
 
#5
Slugs? ffs man up and try something a bit bigger (and considerably harder) biting a cow to death for example, fucking a rhino into a coma.
 
#6
Sticking a finger sized piece of peeled ginger up yer birds tw at is quite entertaining too. And toothpaste on her clit is always a winner, esp if she is tied up at the time.
 
#7
A few days ago during the hot weather my Mrs spotted a rat in a drain at the back of our house. Having been down the pub for most of the day I thought it would be a good idea to tip bleach down the drain to scare it off. It worked to some extent but to make sure I poured some petrol down there as well and flashed it off. A six foot flame came out of the drain and the manhole cover in the next door neighbours garden lifted about three feet into the air and dropped back in place with a loud bang. Unfortunately the cover was bent in the process and no longer sits correctly...but we never heard any more from the rat. :D
 
#8
That's because it's on the phone to Claims Direct.
 
#9
Hermers. I regularly go into the lions enclosure at London zoo with bits of steak glued to my skin for a pagga. As for that gorrilla, i love to happy slap the miserable fcuk and post the results on you tube.
 
#10
Cait said:
mucus2 said:
But why is a slug plus salt interface such fun?

I'm going through salt at a right rate of knots, anyone else enjoy the fun that is the screaming slug when salt is applied?
Man up.

I've peeled my childs forehead back with a leatherman and lined up Salt & Vinegar Discos on the exposed flesh.

Thats fun
Disco and vinegar on your kids foreskin?
You win. ;-)
 
#11
mucus2 said:
But why is a slug plus salt interface such fun?

I'm going through salt at a right rate of knots, anyone else enjoy the fun that is the screaming slug when salt is applied?
It's not funny putting salt on slugs. Give them beer instead, get them drunk before they die. You meanie.
 
#12
The more drunk I get the more tempted I get to experiment with my pet Giant African land Snails, this one is about a year old, the adult has a shell the size of a side plate and about 30 cm long body, can you imagine the mess if it should 'accidentally' come in contact with salt
 

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#13
wompingwillow said:
The more drunk I get the more tempted I get to experiment with my pet Giant African land Snails, this one is about a year old, the adult has a shell the size of a side plate and about 30 cm long body, can you imagine the mess if it should 'accidentally' come in contact with salt
Don't let any Nigerians see that thing, it'll be straight in the cooker and served up for dinner.

Any other interesting small animal/insect murdering techniques on offer? I've only really done the flaming aerosol on flies and wasps and sh1t like that.
 
#14
Nothing beats the traditional and classic cigarette on leeches..
 
#15
The_Snail said:
mucus2 said:
But why is a slug plus salt interface such fun?

I'm going through salt at a right rate of knots, anyone else enjoy the fun that is the screaming slug when salt is applied?
It's not funny putting salt on slugs. Give them beer instead, get them drunk before they die. You meanie.
I concur with The Snail. Put a dish of beer out on the patio and watch the slugs drink themselved to death.

Erm... Snail, about slugs drinking themselves to death. Please be careful with beer. Pip needs you.
 
#16
In the 80's some workmen were working on the Sister's Mess in BMH Munster when the flashed off some gas in an inspection tunnel. The result was that a manhole cover was blown up onto the roof but the hedgehog that had been stood on it sailed high into the air and came down about 300 meters away (quite dead).







Perhaps Tiggywinkles the Aviator was the inspiration for Sonic?
 

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