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    EasyV

    This picture was accompanied with a comment, recommendig the reader to look up the web for a kind of bug.
    In particular, a video involving this bug and a dog.
    Needless to say, it's the "shocking"/"disgusting" kind of content, so I myself am not going to include said comment here.

    boom

    See, this is why I don't understand why anyone would want to eat stray yukkuri. We have prepackaged food-grade yus for a reason, folks.

    TosylChloride

    EasyV said:

    This picture was accompanied with a comment, recommendig the reader to look up the web for a kind of bug.
    In particular, a video involving this bug and a dog.
    Needless to say, it's the "shocking"/"disgusting" kind of content, so I myself am not going to include said comment here.

    Do we have a PM system here? I've been through quite some guro/scat/disfiguration stuff and other things considered disgusting, so please send me the source.

    yukkuri addict

    EasyV said:

    This picture was accompanied with a comment, recommendig the reader to look up the web for a kind of bug.
    In particular, a video involving this bug and a dog.
    Needless to say, it's the "shocking"/"disgusting" kind of content, so I myself am not going to include said comment here.

    that's part of the commentary and important context for understanding the image, so please put it under the commentary

    EllaLuxe

    This bug and a dog... these must be mangoworms. Lemme go add the nightmare_fuel tag.

    TosylChloride

    Maybe the author was referring to this. Viewer discretion is advised as usual.

    Canttakeiteasy

    Probably just some common fly that decided to lay eggs on a yukkuri. I doubt it is a mango and bot fly since they seem to prefer infesting mammals.