Women sees her roaches as her children


#1

She won’t be getting an invitation to come and visit with me any time soon. Much less her family! Yuk. My love for animals ends there news.yahoo.com/blogs/oddnews/woman-who-cares-for-100-000-cockroaches-in-home–%E2%80%98these-are-all-my-children%E2%80%99-163242043.htmle. :smiley:


#2

She needs to read what Pope Francis said about pets…


#3

hahaha…refresh me with what he said.


#4

If she makes a good living from it, good on her.

I…don’t think I could do that!


#5

She can keep her ‘children’ at her home!!! :eek: :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

Yeah, she’ll take better care of those critters there. It gives me goose bumps just thinking they may be around. In all fairness, I wish her luck. It may lead to a cure or something. Meanwhile, yes keep them at her home. :rotfl:


#7

A Pope who names himself after St. Francis of Assisi?

Maybe it’s the word “children” that infuriates people.

One of my coworkers got upset when I sent her a joke about Noah taking in flies and other insects.


#8

Wow. That is disgusting. There is no way I could raise cockroaches. If I ever spot one, it’s instantly dead.

Anyway, I had no idea that they could be used by the pharmaceutical industry. I wonder if this is a mainstream medicine type of thing or if it is an alternative medicine thing like I suspect? As for eating them, no thanks!


#9

If she is raising them for sale I doubt she really regards them as her “children” – at least I hope not.


#10

Both are correct. She raises them and considers them as her children. :slight_smile:


#11

Well…

At least her “children” will survive. That’s more than I can say for some of my friends tattoo covered, chemical snorting children, with their kinky jewelry piercings and all that…


#12

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