In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, The Goonies alum dished:
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The San Francisco Zoo came up with an ingenious way to drum up business, help animals and provide scorned lovers with some revenge without all the bad karma.
This Valentine's Day, you can now adopt a hissing cockroach or a giant, hairy scorpion in "honor" of an awful ex!
Sure, we'd all love to send a spring-loaded box of steaming tiger poo to our evil ex-lovers, but who can afford that much flaming poop?? LOLz!
Now, you can get revenge without being an evil poop mailer! The zoo is now allowing people to "adopt" their less cute animals.
Normally, a person could "adopt" a lion or panda or something and they'd donate money for the care of that animal. But now they've got gross options for gross people, describing the scorpion as:
A Belgian startup company has a really good, really gross idea.
They want to make eating bugs attractive to the general population.
Yup! They're called SexyFood (LOLz!) and, like a cliche elementary school bully, they want to make you eat bugs!
A man died in St. Charles, Michigan after crashing his car into an abandoned home.
The crazy part is… well, its unsure whether or not the crash killed him or what happened right after the crash.
The home he hit hadn't had human residents for a while, but it technically wasn't fully abandoned… it was infested with bees.
Sunday night marked an annual mayfly hatch along the Mississippi River.
And boy did things get gross, quick.
The bugs spend their larva days in the mud of the Mississippi River until its hatching time, when they swim up to the surface and emerge as adults.
While they do make a great meal for frogs and birds and more, there are just so many of them it's crazy.
Talk about irony!
A tree planted in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park in memory of the late great Beatle George Harrison had to be taken down over the weekend…
Because it was infested with ACTUAL beetles!
How else are you supposed to deal with arachnids?
A West Seattle man accidentally burnt down his house when he was scared by a spider in his laundry room.
Apparently the man told fire officials he was trying to kill a spider in his laundry room with a can of spray paint and lighter.
WTF is wrong with people, at the very least the paint would ruin the room. If we could shake our heads any harder they'd fly off.
Kyle Moore with the Seattle Fire Department said: