Q: How many people have you sucked?
A: I never count.
Q: What do you like most about sucking?
A: It's a sort of intimacy, I suppose.
Q: Don't you worry about disease?
A: Not really. Insect life is short.
Q: So tell me a bit about your background.
A: I grew up in an industrial sewer and wriggled around for a while,
then popped out of the water in August. And hey, here I am!
Q: When did you get your wings?
A: I'm no angel. When I left the water, they just appeared.
Q: What's your goal in life?
A: Survival. Sometimes I feel like I'm just part of a giant food chain
and don't really matter. However, life has its moments of satisfaction:
I have slurped some very rich blood.
Q: How do you handle humans?
A: Simple. Keep away during the day, then attack at night.
Darkness is my ally.
Q: Do you feel optimistic about the future?
A: Yes and no. Life is dark and savage, but insects stay on top. Why?
Ironically, because we're at the bottom. It's an interesting paradox.
Q: Any final message?
A: Even though life sucks, don't worry. Stick to your point.
And don't get trapped in any webs. Finally, watch out for bird-brains -
they're always swooping down and trying to scoop up more than
they can handle.