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20th January 2011
el diablo con alas
in england we have wasps. no one likes wasps. wasps' primary job is to ruin any activity that involves you being outside. they seem to exist solely with the desire to annoy. in south america, specifically chile, you can replace the word wasp with horsefly. i think these critters like being around water, and they were particularly prevalent in the chiloe national park. and by prevalent i mean fucking-wave-your-arms-around-like-a-lunatic-and-shout-expletives-because-you-just-can't-take-it-anymore-annoying.

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20/01/2011
el diablo con alas
in england we have wasps. no one likes wasps. wasps' primary job is to ruin any activity that involves you being outside. they seem to exist solely with the desire to annoy. in south america, specifically chile, you can replace the word wasp with horsefly. i think these critters like being around water, and they were particularly prevalent in the chiloe national park. and by prevalent i mean fucking-wave-your-arms-around-like-a-lunatic-and-shout-expletives-because-you-just-can't-take-it-anymore-annoying.

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