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Monday, May 2, 2011

Why are they called 'Cockroaches'..?"

The American cockroach is the largest cockroach found in houses. Females can hatch up to 150 offspring per year. Cockroaches don’t get their wings until they become adults. Hawaii has many flying cockroaches and sometimes fly right into your face.

Cockroaches eat just about anything and are known to spread disease and bacterias, salmonella is commonly spread by cockroaches.

Hawaii with it's tropical climate is a breeding ground for cockroaches, besides being scary looking and major pests they also help control the insect population.

The main question remains is the name, when broken down you have the word "Cock," which is slang for Penis, you have the word "Roach" which is slang for the small butt end of a marijuana joint.

The word 'Cockroach' translates to Penis-Bug, ask any woman aren't all Penis's bugs?

But do they fly and eat everything in sight? That's why they call it a 'Roach,' since it eats everything in sight as what happens when you smoke a roach.

That's the story of the 'Cockroach,' had to write something after fumigating my place and taking some good cockroach pictures. I needed to write something to utilize the photo in this blog, sorry but that's all I could come up with! ;D)

I guess you can tell from this writing the fumes from bombing my place must had gone to my head.

Anyone want to try your own creative definition of Cockroach? I'm looking forward to hearing from all of you! ;D)...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The nun asked the class to make up a sentence using an insect as the subject matter, to which Little Johnny quickly stood and proudly said, "A cockroach ran up the church wall!"

The nun, being uncomfortable about any sexually suggestive words, asked Little Johnny to please try that again---this time leaving the first part of the insect's name out---to which Johnny smiled and said, "A roach ran up the church wall with his cock out!"

~g