What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger.
Awww, how sweet, a family re-union. He's seeing all the ants! And I'll take this moment to remind people that housefly maggots are good for amputations - they eat the dead, rotting flesh while leaving the healthy tissue alone - thus preventing gangrene (or helping to, anyway) I expect it tickles like hell, tho!
@Stan da Man- I saw a television show about the maggot therapy you're describing. It's fascinating and disturbing at the same time. The tiny little boogers (raised in a lab) are applied almost like a paste and then the wound is wrapped in a way to keep them from escaping as they develop into hungry worms. It's safe and effective - the only side effect being the patient will never eat white rice again for the rest of their lives.
Nor Shoo-fly pie, either.
What kind of queen is it? An ant, a bee, a termite? What other critters have queens?
@Bobo- You're right about that.@JustaJeepGuy- I don't think whatever the surgeon found is quite so readily identifiable as one of the more common insects. In the movie "Aliens," the nasty critters had a queen laying eggs. To me, the cartoon says that the guy didn't just find a mess of "WTF?" in a patient - he found a hive of it.
@Anonymous- As often as Johnny plays the pawn, you may be right.
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