Valentines Day

jazz lady

~*~ Rara Avis ~*~
PREMO Member
Forget chocolate, how about a cockroach for Valentine's?

Forget chocolate, flowers or a romantic dinner. A zoo in Texas is offering singles the chance to name a cockroach after their ex and see it fed to a meerkat live on camera on Valentine's Day.

In a campaign dubbed "Quit Bugging Me!!!" the El Paso Zoo says the roach is a perfect Valentine's gift for those needing closure on a past relationship that didn't make the grade.

It said a cockroach would be assigned to each nominee and the bugs would be fed to meerkats in an event streamed on the zoo's website and Facebook page on February 14.

Zoo officials said Madagascar hissing cockroaches would likely be used for the feast.

"They do actually hiss, they are a very large species of cockroach, definitely not the largest, but it is one that we actually do breed here at the zoo for feeding purposes," Sarah Murphy, an education specialist at the zoo, told the local ABC station.

Oops - replace **** with the correct 4 letter word for a male rooster. :lmao:

jazz lady

~*~ Rara Avis ~*~
PREMO Member
And then you have this:

Hooters Will Give You Free Wings For Ripping Up A Picture Of Your Ex

Are you so over Valentine's Day? Well, you might want to head over to Hooters then. Why Hooters, you ask? They're giving out free wings to anybody willing to rip up a picture of their ex on Valentine's Day this year. What better way to celebrate the holiday if you're trying to get over somebody?

All you have to do is visit your local Hooters on Valentine’s Day, tear up a picture of your ex, and you’ll receive 10 free boneless wings with the purchase of any other 10 wings. Hooters announced the deal on Twitter, writing "k now what's gratifying? Destroying a pic of your ex.... and getting 10 free boneless wings for it (when you buy any 10)."
Free Wings at Hooters!


Raisin cane
PREMO Member

Similar to the pic above, a friend of mine works for Shoppers as a butcher. They are doing this for Valentines day.
Now I am craving a good steak.