Crick-eats! MAG

May 25, 2011
By xmoonlightx123 PLATINUM, Barnegat, New Jersey
xmoonlightx123 PLATINUM, Barnegat, New Jersey
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Some stores sell ants in lollipops
like sprinkles, but with many legs.
Some strange souls also wet their chops
for oven-roasted spider eggs.
Crickets are sold on counters now,
boxed up and filled with nacho-cheese
like chips, although I can't see how
antennae can be munched with ease.
A girl, one day, brought in these bugs;
she held them up and said, “Bet you can't.”
Though mortified, I feigned a shrug
as friends around began to chant.
The little bug stared up at me.
I threw him in my mouth and chewed.
His feelers crunched disturbingly,
but really it was pretty good.
Sometimes life's logic lies to you
and keeps you from delicious food.

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on Apr. 21 2015 at 4:43 pm
AnnaSharudenko BRONZE, Los Angeles, California
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Favorite Quote:
Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality. -Edgar Allan Poe

Disgusting and amazing at the same time. Wow.

on Feb. 1 2013 at 8:19 pm
WinterGreer SILVER, Wasilla, Alaska
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Favorite Quote:
dance like no one's watching/ love like you've never been hurt/ sing like no one's listening/ live like heaven is on earth

Ha, I like it! It's gross but funny. Did the author actually experience eating a bug themself or was this based on someone else's experiences, I wonder?

on Nov. 20 2011 at 7:37 pm
PrettiiAriiJ BRONZE, Orlando, Florida
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Ewwww and somehow delicious :0

moonlite728 said...
on Oct. 16 2011 at 11:56 am
this made me think about eating bugs.  This is a talented girl.

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