DARMSTADT, GERMANY—Discovering a possible root trigger for an issue that has vastly perplexed scientists, a brand new report printed Tuesday within the Journal Of Utilized Entomology has linked dwindling world insect populations to this one pale bizarre child. “Now we have seen a large die-off of bugs, a phenomenon that might set off the collapse of ecosystems worldwide, and it's virtually completely as a result of a single pasty weirdo,” stated the paper’s lead writer, Otto Friedrich of Germany’s Technical College of Darmstadt, who held up a photograph of a 10-year-old American he recognized as Kevin Skolnick from Duluth, MN. “As soon as this awkward, sickly-looking boy was launched to the planet, we noticed a speedy decline in quite a lot of insect and arachnid populations. It's crucial that we neutralize the results of Kevin. Nonetheless, when our analysis group tried to strategy him in his yard, he responded by meowing at us and throwing lit matches in our path till we have been pressured to again away. We can't stress how disastrous this gawky youth might be for the Earth’s setting, or how freakish it's for a child to maintain locust shells within the pockets of his cargo shorts and carry a plastic grocery bag stuffed with ants all over the place he goes.” At press time, scientists confirmed they'd discovered representatives of roughly 360,000 threatened insect species below Skolnick’s pillow.
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