But you’ll know they are worth talking to if they’re interested in the moth, too!
Wouldn’t that make a great twist for a spy novel/movie? Instead of the traditional ‘honeypot’ setup to steal classified information, the wiley, seductive spy gains the naturalist target’s information by faking a passion for the target’s obsession.
“Say, is that a Synanthedon acerni in your tresses, or are you just happy to see one?”
Ha! Love it!
Didn’t Sherlock Holmes retire to a naturalist life? Studying bees, was it?
When your family thinks you are doing crystal meth cuz you ahve to excuse yourself every 10 minutes to go outside…
when ur friends shout out your name as “Insect guy/ Bug guy” in front of the whole school and keep calling u for identifications
(…but not a bad one in my opinion)
When your family asks you to design a t-shirt for a reunion and you can’t get past the obvious visuals of your surname.
And for me, this works for both sides. My mother’s maiden name is the Ukrainian word for mosquitoe.
Born to bug.
(Hey, maybe that could be the reunion slogan?)
… you finally switch on the ‘show scientific names first’ option.
… oh no
You create a calendar to send as a holiday gift that has pictures of spiders, forgetting that no one else wants to look at spiders much less hang them on the wall. (But they are so CUTE and pretty!)
And you have friends who won’t open your emails if they have attachments for fear that they might contain photos of spiders or snakes. Or other supposedly loathsome things. What does that even mean?
You know you’re seriously into iNat when…you’ve visited the forum 365 consecutive days…
Moths.) Thank you!
OOOOH I found the second one!!!
Hey I would love to have a spider calendar hanging on my wall.
spiders are lovely and one of my favorite of all time. I love to hang their pictures on a wall
Haha! This happened to me a few nights ago! (And yes, of course it was a moth.)