Centipede is beautiful, crazy


19 Responses to “Centipede is beautiful, crazy”

  1. chaopoiesis says:

    They’re for removing the caps from beer bottles, clearly.

  2. crenquis says:

    They are obviously used to twirl that fantastic mustache!

  3. G3 says:

    Yes, Centipede was a great game. So crazy.

  4. Daneel says:

    beau·ti·ful [byoo-tuh-fuh]
    Adjective: Nightmarish

  5. theophrastvs says:

    i’d humbly include this image along with some immortal Gary Larson:http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f195/bird1enumnum/omeganuepsilon.jpg

  6. showme says:

    Kill it with fire!

  7. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    They are best when coated in chocolate

  8. hi-endian says:

    The back legs look like camouflage to me, like the orchid mantis and walking stick (insect).

  9. gentlemanrook says:

    They’re for attracting nature show hosts, a’ la the Frilled Ren inflating and deflating his neck sac.  “Great flags, man!”

  10. bryan rasmussen says:

    Hey you know what would be great? If we could make a human version of one of these!

  11. Snig says:

    I’d guess the same function as the feather on a kung-fu spear, to distract you with fluffiness so it can then pierce you with the much less fluffy piercing mandibles on the mouth end.  Being a part time pedagog, I had to check if entomologists actually studied non-insects, and wiki said historically it’s in their bailiwick.

  12. Boundegar says:

    I’m pretty sure Guild Steersmen have the same useless flippers for feet , but they’re not telling why either.

  13. Crashproof says:

    Need… unicorn…

  14. mista spakuru says:

    I think I know a set of wheelie bars when I see ‘em.

  15. That’s a villains mostache and a pokemon’s tail!

  16. stripey says:

    Having spent the larger portion of my large life in ‘Seuf Efrica’ before fleeing to a colder and more temperate climate north of the border, i do feel quite confident in my belief based on experience that the purpose of said appendages would be stinging you to buggery and then back

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