When the weather heats up, Mother Nature's pores open to let out all the insects that have been spent the last 9 months feasting on her insides. If you plan on leaving your house this summer, here are some bugs you'll encounter:
Lightning Bugs: Kids love trapping fireflies in mason jars and then burying the lighted jars so worm mommies and worm daddies have enough light to finally read bedtime stories to their worm babies.
Cicadas: The song of the cicada can be heard for miles away if there is a man standing near a horde of them with some sort of sound-amplification device he spent years building.
Ants: These tiny creatures typically show up at picnics to test all your food for poison before you eat it. Remember: "If they end up dead, don't eat that bread. If they're still breathing, time for your feeding."
Bees: Though many scientists have privately admitted that a bee extinction could end the world, publicly they all just seem to publish articles about how cute bees are if you imagine them with no stinger and a human smile.