Hey we wanna know WHAT IS THAT?!?
Oh wow, once you see him holding it, that's when it hits you how big that thing is! Ok, I have the shivers now down my spine! I'd be so scared!And happy WW to you!
Ewww..he's a brave young little man there:)
I am grossed out. It looks like a snake or eel but is seriously slimy! Eeeew ick ick ick. Pak Haryono called it a belut. I think it must be some sort of caecelian (a legless amphibian). He also said it was yummy if fried. At which point I felt my face do all sorts of strange movements, none of which could be considered polite or culturally sensitive.
Ewwweeeee! Boys are too funny, frealess I tell ya!
That thing is huge!!! And of course, me being a boy, I want one of them, so I can hold it and gross everybody out. :0)Have a great WW!My post: Ergonomics.
What in tarnation is that? Tell the gardener he can keep whatever he finds in the yard from now on, LOL! Yeeesh. I say Yeeesh now, but I used to loved that creepy crawly stuff when I was little too.Happy WW! :D
I just want to now what that is???Happy WW=)
Well, Shannon, when you DO find out what it is for sure, you just HAVE to tell us. When I saw the first photo, I thought "worm" (big worm, LOL). Then I clicked on the photo to enlarge it, and decided no, not a worm. Not a snake either, though. Mystery!
Still puzzling over this critter: Maybe a fresh water eel??
you know what, people in my country DO EAT THAT!they will dry the eel, put some herbs and salt...then deep fry in hot oil!
OH MY!!is it an eel?
Eeek!!! It sure does look slimy. The first photo fooled me to believe it was an ordinary garden worm. The second one freaks me out. What the heck is it? A mutated worm? *giggles*
Its an eel. I looked up belut in the Indonesian-English dictionary. It says eel. How the heck did an eel get in the garden??
oh YUCK!!! The girl in me is really coming out....
I-i-ick! Double ick!!! I am NOT letting my grandsons see this one. No sense giving them ideas.Today I'm Lookin' Out My Back Door.
That is gross! Happy WW!
i didn't realize you live in my city until I saw pictures of rambutan and bajaj hahhahaha
I bet they loved that! It's an interesting looking snake.
Eeeeewww! Hey, wait...they'd be good for fishing.
urgh it looks slimy... I think I would NOT like to touch it...!Happy WW, Shannon!Tina
That is so cool!
Ewwww! That's creepy! i don't want to hold something like that , i am scared of shiny like snakes. Happy WW!Totally Worn OutThe Future Pianist
that's just wrong. slimy and disturbing. happy wednesday
Just be glad your son didn't leave it in your bed.
nice shot. happy WW!
oh my....that right there is FREAKY! eeeeekkkkk!happy WW! Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog.
The only belut we have here in Hawaii is actually spelled "bAlut". It is hard to be culturally sensitive...Correct me if I'm wrong in any of this but it is a duck egg that is buried in the ground for about 15 days & then taken out and eaten. Not just any regular duck egg mind you, one that has a semi-developed fetus inside. At our swap meets, they sell them in huge pickle jars as snacks for passers by. Last week, when we left the swap meet there was a half eaten balut under my truck. (Keep in mind it is semi developed) It was the saddest, grossest thing I'd seen in a long time. It is however, a Filipino delicacy!
Oh yuck! I'd fire the Gardner! Ew!
Ewww. Gross. Is it a giant earth worm? garter snake? Your son must have been in heaven. lol
OKay, yuck !
Ummmmm! Fried caecelian!! Gosh, didn't I ever mention to you that along with Sushi, I LOVE fried caecelian?? Cannot believe I forgot that one... ;)Great GREAT WW pic! (I didn't even remember it was Wednesday until I read your email! Ah ha ha! Life w/kids will screw you up!)
Oh, oh! Brave kid!
What is that? I have this fear for all things that crawl!
oh my....I couldn't even stare at it long. btw, thanks for visiting my blog at:www.exploringkansai.blogspot.comAs for your question. My WW entry is a photo of the underground shopping center and passage way that connects different subway stations in Umeda or Osaka, Japan. ^-^
OK. Al I can say is wait till the boys are here this sumnmer; I intend to send them out with a net and bucket to the creek. Lets see what they can russell up! Ummmm UMMM. Crayfish!
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