Flies are a good example of everything wrong with Nature: it allows all manner of horrible, awful creature to run around and thrive in muck.
Shame on you, Nature.
Why even get into it? There’s no way to argue that flies have any kind of redeeming qualities whatsoever. They buzz, land on garbage, and bite. They are filthy, horrible, awful bugs. Synonymous with disease, given to mischief, and without any sense of propriety, flies deserve our deepest scorn.
Nature’s secret shame.
Buzz, buzz, buzz, rub, rub, rub, fly, fly, fly, ANNOY, ANNOY, ANNOY. Thus is the life of a fly.
Sure, you say, but what about biodiversity? Feh to biodiversity.
A great first step towards fixing what ails the world would be to get rid of flies.
GRADE: N/A (F-)
P.S. Allegedly maggots (fly babies) are useful in medicine because they eat dead (gangrenous) tissue while leaving the living tissue alone. This doesn’t even come close to making up for how horrible flies are.