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    Bug

    This little chap was lurking around in my mind so I put him in this painting hope you find him as friendly as I do.Best wishes Jo x
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    Very pretty bug, Jo, i like this shade of green. Simple, but pretty.

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    Very nice painting
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    Terrific looking bug, nice work Jo
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    Very impressive Jo. That's a huge bug nice job!
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    What an original idea you have, cute, huge bug, please let it stay in the painting though!!!

    Hubby and I are in Thailand right now. For the past few years I saw fried insects for sale in every part of the country. These are such as, crickets, silk worms, coconut worms, etc. One of my mother's neighbors raised crickets for direct sale, yikes!!!!

    I did a research on worms as food for the Thais, found out that thre was worm eating for Thais way back at least 300 years ago. In the royal palace about 300 years ago, there was a recipe of bugs in coconut milk, well, I must be very hungry to eat bugs and worms!!! I am too chicken!

    Cheers!

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    Great painting, love the colour choice on this painting as well.

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    Thank you all so much for your comments,somtimes I find doing something quickly turns out better than somthing I have spent hours on.Jasminek thank you so much for telling us all about eatable and pet bugs I for one find that very interesting and to think that my little painting has prompted you to share it with us all makes me very proud thank you.Best wishes Jo x

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    He does seem the friendly sort, even in his camouflage.
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