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  BlondePsycho  |  43

Yeah but do you really see a blood filled tick in any acceptable placement? Was it in a bowl of other jellybeans? Was it gracefully garnishing a desert plate? Was it hiding in a package of milkduds waiting for an unsuspecting victim?


You don't get Lyme disease from every tick bite/ingestion. Just keep an eye out for symptoms like fever, rigors, tiredness, night sweats, headache - THEN run to the doctors asap! Hope you'll be okay, OP.

  nonsensical  |  26

you know what they say! once you go black...

By  lolhailsatan  |  23

What the hell? I'm assuming you were like in the woods or some shit if the tick was full of blood. Why would you see something big and black in that setting and think it's a jelly bean?? And then actually proceed to eat it?? YDI man

  Frammy007  |  7

The point still stands - in what setting could you possible find a blood filled deer tick along with jellybeans? The only reasonable explanation I can think of is that they were hiking and eating jellybeans, when they dropped the bag, and instead of ignoring the beans that had touched the forest floor they decided to pick those up as well. If you can think of any other reasonable explanation to find the two together then please share.

  alitairi  |  18

what if she had one on her hand that got its fill and let go into a bag of jelly beans she was eating? people who arent regularly around ticks dont go checking themselves for them often.