Cockroaches are more advanced species than human beings
December 20, 2017 1:11pm CST
Evolution needs rethink. Cockroaches...they can survive in 50 degrees Celsius They can survive in 0 degrees Celsius They don't build their homes. They get human beings to do that job and then they don't pay human beings for that. They also treat human beings as their unpaid cooks. They can roam around naked and not fear rapes. They are confident of their beauty so they don't need those anti aging creams, or skin color lightening creams. They can escape most of the attacks by humans and other species far more easily than humans. They do not kill each other. They are prolific breeders. These are some of the reasons I feel we got that evolution theory all wrong. Evolution is about the species becoming smaller and smaller, and still surviving easily.
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• United States
@TheHorse @vandana7 Gah, you are both probably right! Maybe that's why they never seem to completely die off. I've even had pest control come out and put that gel stuff around my apartment, but it hasn't worked. They are probably just enjoying a trip down the big waterslide whenever I flush them and living in up in the sewers before making their way back up here!
• Aurora, Missouri
Hmmm... in one thing, I see you are mistaken, vanny. Roaches CAN and DO kill each other, with a little help from their human landlords!
• Bangalore, India
@vandana7 hahaha.. yes they have not wiped out my bank balance nor taken away my girlfirend coz indian banks are not allowing anyone to touch our money not even myself and 2nd i don't have girlfriend i am married and one women men. I hate them because they ruined my sweet night u might have got my point Ok jokes apart they don't spread any sort of healthyness to our kitchen or for food so it is not good to have grownup cockroaches.
• Derry, Northern Ireland
Well. This post seems to have gone off at slightly more than the normal number of tangents, for a myLot post... And what of the huge insectoid creatures in Men in Black, or the prawns of District 9? (both Crustaceans, I think!)