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"PICK OF THE MONTH NEW!! Bulk bags of Locusts available in Medium, Large, X-Large and Adult, just click on the image, select the size you wish to order.Don't Forget our internet prices are already at least 5% lower than normal retail prices! "

Just the job for your reptiles.
Don't vote cold just coz reptiles are cold blooded!

Go to this link for great locust recipes if you fancy them yourself. Keep them fresh in untill needed..The crispy ones are great with a few beers
http://www.frogsonice.com/froggy/recipes.shtml
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#1
I'll have 5 bags of your finest!
#2
And valentine's day is coming up!
#3
Oh please....
#4
Just add them to your stir fry ;-)
#5
perfect for sunday lunch - for once everyone gets to have a leg.
#6
David Icke could use these as bait for his reptilian foes :p
suspended#7
hmm im going to need some ketchup
#8
Nice dipped in chocolate & covered in Rice Krispies for extra crunch :w00t:
#9
Low Cost Locusts :)

Try saying that several times in rapid succession!
#10
MBeeching
Low Cost Locusts :)

Try saying that several times in rapid succession!


Easy:p
#11
i work with a bloke who's got a thai girlfriend and she prefers insects to chocolate! :?
#12
I have just ordered a box of live Locusts to my mates work as a supprise...well worth £5 to see his face
#13
if one of each sex escape they will breed like wildfire. All the local greenery will be decimated.
:-D
#14
Crosbee
And valentine's day is coming up!


:p
#15
Voted hot for being the most obscure deal I can recall - you deserve some sort of gong for finding this! MIght buy some to nibble while I'm watching 'Life in Cold Blood' on Monday night :-D

Just noted the website name 'Frogs on Ice' sounds like a potential new series for ITV. Unlike 'Dancing on Ice' this is one I would definitely tune into..
#16
My Leopard Gecko loves these! oh and crickets and waxworms! :thumbsup:
#17
hope mother-in-law enjoys them......... used an anonymous email address.......

her tongue is long enough to catch them in mid-flight
#18
wow, they have 1000 brown adult size crickets for 8 quid plus vat. could be good for a house party
#19
Anyone ordered from these guys before ? £12 for 100 medium locusts isn't too bad. I usually order from http://www.rickslivefood.co.uk/shop.html and pay £10.80, but they've now started adding a £2 postage charge which makes them slightly more expensive. Having said that, Rick's food always arrives alive, unlike some others I've tried !
My bearded dragons get through a fair few each week so always looking for cheaper suppliers.
#20
Not in the market for this item......probably a great find ....but how would i know?
#21
Shame it's not crickets on offer, or I'd have got some for my Chili Rose tarantula. Voted hot all the same.

Here she is :)

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2170/2198820995_a2658e0d37.jpg?v=0
#22
its a sign...the plague is coming back!!
#23
r.turpin;1553569
I have just ordered a box of live Locusts to my mates work as a supprise...well worth £5 to see his face


:w00t: LOL! That's an excellent idea, I think I'll do the same for my friend’s birthday coming up who is absolutely terrified of Locusts and the like. Good way to lose friends? I'm always looking for new ways! Voted hot
#24
I say we all buy them and let them loose at the same time...

Think plague of biblical proportions!
#25
castle
hope mother-in-law enjoys them......... used an anonymous email address.......

her tongue is long enough to catch them in mid-flight


:giggle:
#26
bogeyman
if one of each sex escape they will breed like wildfire. All the local greenery will be decimated.
:-D


Taking you seriously; sadly UK temperatures are too low for locust breeding.
#27
are they for fishing or do you seriously EAT them??
#28
i buy them bulk to actually eat.
#29
I think they're more for feeding other, larger, animals. Like if you have a skink, which we used to have in my school, you'd probably get some of these and throw 'em in the box :D

Then watch, or not :whistling:

But yea Daytrader's onto something, there good when thrown in a salad.

I might actually get some of these to throw into a bucket of chicken wings and let the little cousins feast on it.
#30
Simate, why the f... would you want a pet spider thats the size of your hand? Get a goldfish.
#31
:lol: This has got to be the most hilarious thread I have seen on the site so far.
#32
Chef_uk
Simate, why the f... would you want a pet spider thats the size of your hand? Get a goldfish.


Hahahaha :thumbsup:

Just the right thing before going to bed, got me craking...
and the one abt the mother in law's tongue :prop::lol:
#33
Chef_uk
Simate, why the f... would you want a pet spider thats the size of your hand? Get a goldfish.


wouldn't the spider eat the goldfish?
#34
On a serious note - I find their stuff ok - the insects are good and healthy and they are one of the cheapest. The only thing that is on a downside is when you get a bag of crickets, they are in a bag with scrumpled up newspaper so it is a nightmare when you are emptying it.
I mainly use [url]www.livefood.co.uk[/url] for my stuff as the bags just contain egg carton pieces in, so they are a lot easier to sort out.
The adult locusts do luck pretty scary as they turn pink and have big wings - eek!
#35
Are they actually alive when you get them?! :thinking:

How do they stay alive?
#36
cmartinuk
Are they actually alive when you get them?! :thinking:

How do they stay alive?


The Bee Gee's I believe.
#37
cmartinuk
Are they actually alive when you get them?! :thinking:

How do they stay alive?


this is the idea.. that they stay alive long enough for your pet to eat them alive. many animals won't actually touch prey that isn't moving?
insects are quite hardy.

yes, first thing i thought was practical jokes but maybe using live animals of any sort ain't cool any more. it could create quite a stir. you can buy boxes of ladbirds too.. better for valentines day :)
edit: ladybirds not ladbirds
banned#38
Just seeing this on front page just shows how **** and useless HUKD is becoming, people vote for the completly wrong reasons, just a waste of time even bothering just to see this rubbish.
#39
Reser;1555580
Just seeing this on front page just shows how **** and useless HUKD is becoming, people vote for the completly wrong reasons, just a waste of time even bothering just to see this rubbish.

Chill out! If the post helps someone who needs live insects and the replies give the rest of us a laugh, what's the problem? (loved the mother-in-law one)
#40
i agree if you have a pet that eats these then it is a good deal as it is free postage!!!!
and if you havnt like me, you really enjoy the post with all the great funny comments, makes hotukdeals amusing aswell as all the hot deals, Great post !!!!!

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