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This Giant Cockroach Plush Toy Is Delightfully Disgusting

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Despite what the images here tell you, cockroaches are not cute, nor cuddly, and certainly not adorable. They are not your friends. They are meant to be squashed under foot sprayed with Raid¬†and sent to Roach Motels, not hugged and squeezed with love. They are a natural enemy to humans and all other forms of life. So why is this store in Thailand selling plush toys of giant roaches? To further their cockroach agenda, that’s why. Clearly the guy running the place is the giant insect from Men in Black.

“Peter the Cockroach” is very realistic. Meaning that it is terrifying and disgusting. This plush roach is anatomically correct too, with the antenna, nasty spiky legs, wings and all the rest. Buy this thing at your own risk. It’s sure to attract other real cockroaches because they think this is their giant queen. It looks disgusting, but when you get down to it, this is just a regular plush toy. It may look soft, but you should still never hug this thing.

If you want to creep your friends out, you can find this bizarre toy at a store called Mheemeekhong for about $27(USD). Can you imagine a whole store full of these nasty creatures? I bet they go through a lot of employees because they get attacked on the night shift.

[via Lost At E Minor via Mike Shouts]



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