posted on Nov, 29 2018 @ 11:22 PM
a reply to: Trueman
They're disgusting and not just because they're dirty, in trash, carcasses, and the sewer feasting on and brooding in feces. They could be solitary
tree hugging insects that are integral to the growth of pretty flowers but if they look like that and move like that, nope. It gets the same treatment
as a spider, even though the spider catches and disposes of the other insects that you hate for you. It doesn't matter and there's a reason for it
beyond what you learned from other humans growing up.
Supposedly, it's in our genetics or collective history to hate, be afraid of, and kill roaches, spiders, vermin and even flies. I'm not so sure how
that could be coded into a DNA molecule, learning from people who learned from people for hundreds of thousands of years could also be the reason.
Spiders bite and can be poisonous or even deadly. Roaches spread disease and we know what they live in and are attracted to like flies.