In the future, please refrain from opening your mouth while cycling down hills at speeds of 30+ mph. It'll keep you from eating bugs, I promise.
That is one horrible mental image.
Oh my goodness....that happened to me, and I couldn't spit it out....it went down...Yukkkkkk!
Oh my God ... did the insect struggle going down your throat?
AH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh man, as a former biker all over Boston, I can relate. I try to forget all the bugs that have gone down my throat or up my nose or in my eyes. But boy this made me just crack up!
oh my goodnessmy favorite biking path is RIDIN with little knatsAND ITS DOWNHILLbut you must come with me its reallly pretty and runn
I'm not actually sure if it struggled going down or died quickly of impact. I'll have to pay more attention next time :)
So glad I've never had that experience.
gack! Unfortunately, this has happened to me before... and I had to drink about a million gallons of water to get the tickly feeling out of my throat. Ick!
Now you know why tough guys on bikes wear helmets with face shields or clentch their teeth on fat cigars. Ha ha.I am not sure if you got there or not but if you did, thank you for visiting my blog yesterday and for your comments about my Rose-Breasted Grosbeak. I am into architecture today with the Brookville Community Theatre.
Well, if you lack time for a protein bar . . .
Sometimes the wisest advice is the simplest. Focus on the energy from all that extra...protein.
Ooo...I see Stacy beat me to the diet tip about protein intake...great minds (with the ability to recast gross experiences in an optimistic light) think alike :)
Mmmm... protein. My favorite :)
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