You must have heard that some people have a hobby collecting postage stamps or old coins. But one young artist has a strange hobby of collecting and numbering mosquitoes that she has ever killed.
The 12 year old artist also shared two pictures on Twitter showing how it started and how it’s going.
Only a dead mosquito can be seen in the first picture, while the second picture shows a collection of dead mosquitoes with numbers written over them.
The post on the microblogging website received more than 16,000 retweets and over 115,000 likes. It has also garnered more than 9K quote tweets. In response to the tweet, one user asked if it was a practical record of the 11th standard.
Is this the 11th standard for chemistry internships?
– Snowflake @ ⟭⟬ ❤ (@ bluemoon614) October 10, 2020
Another person said he thought he wanted to start his own collection.
“I need to take a screenshot of this and show it to the mosquitoes in my room … maybe they’re scared,” one user said, joking.
I need to take a screenshot of it and show it to the mosquitoes in my room … maybe they’re scared
– Desi Quarantino (@ rohitky77) October 8, 2020
One internet user said that the hobby of collecting dead mosquitoes is not normal. Another user replied that this was normal for biologists.
With all due respect, this is not normal
– SEA MAN (@SeaaaaMannnn) October 8, 2020
Here are some funny reactions:
This young artist isn’t the only one with a bizarre hobby or taste. In August a story emerged that informed about a man’s strange addiction to tattoos in Germany. Known as Mr Skull Face on social media, the man has spent over £ 6k on body modifications.
He has tattoos on his face and forehead and back hand implants. He even removed his ear. The report revealed that he planned to have the tip of his nose removed and his eyeballs tattooed.
This man doesn’t care what people think of him. He accepts that he had to go through a lot because of his addiction. “My demeanor has had a huge impact on my chances of getting a job as many companies are still very conservative and prefer to go with the flow,” he said.