I think it is called Bilby...
Nothing is ugly in this world it is the way we think.its totally depend upon you.in the sence of me every thing in this world is full of beauty.its depend upon you that how you think.
Centipedes! Especially when they crawl out from nowhere. They look ugly and move creepy. I would rather have a mad wasp on me than a centipede.
Normally I'd say human children buuuut.... how about this? I pulled one out of my drains one day... (Just kidding!) It's called an aye aye.
http://www.quedat.com/wp-content/upload … 09/aye.jpg
'Course this dog might even be uglier than the aye aye...
http://www.wired963.com/blog/afternoons … ogLulu.jpg
Without a doubt the camel spider.
It's the only thing that successfully breaks my solipsism.
When I think of it I have to say a human. Mostly we are good in destrying things, killing everything arround us. So, I have to say human.
by Stacie L 4 years ago
Has anyone ever told you that your beloved pet was the ugliest animal they ever saw?We love our furry children just like human ones so when someone insults us about them, what do you do?
by Jeff Berndt 7 years ago
I just noticed something about the Fast and Furious controversy.Leaving aside the question of whether the operation was a good idea or not (I think not), I noticed that the Left and the Right have both seemed to flip-flop on their usual arguments about gun control.The Left usually wants to restrict...
by jonnycomelately 3 years ago
Is it possible for you to "believe in" god, even though you know that god does not actually exist, except in your mind?
by hannahi98 9 years ago
what organs depend on the nervous system?what organs depend on the nervous system and how do they work? What are some organs that most people think are in the nervous system that really isn't in the nervous system? I need 3 truths and a fib!
by The Reluctant Revivalist 3 years ago
Do you know what the best selling book of all time is?
by riky616 8 years ago
How to say hello in dorian
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