It Was Only A Matter Of Time: Coyote Peterson Takes Bite From Giant Desert Centipede, Cuts Camera, Goes To Urgent Care

December 27, 2017

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"Dude we might need to use that venom extractor."

This is a video of insect sting and bite fetishist Coyote Peterson finally meeting his match with a bite from a giant desert centipede. He says the bite "completely eclipses" any bite or sting he's ever experienced in the past, and eventually requests the cameras be cut (come on, just let them run), uses a venom extractor, and goes to urgent care. I only hope nobody who didn't purposefully get bitten by a giant desert centipede was behind him in line at the clinic.

Keep going for the video, but the bite doesn't happen until minute 14 in the 19-minute video, which he follows up with an 11-minute aftermath video, stretching what should have been five minutes of my life into thirty. *shrug* He's addicting, like the affection of someone you know is horrible for you.

Thanks to Muni H, who informed me he took care of much larger Amazonian giant centipede (Scolopendra gigantea) during and after college, which I plan on taking a bite from while maintaining a straight face and chugging a forty and at least a quarter of another one.

  • reave

    This guy needs to take some acting classes. I know he's in pain, but it really feels like he's overacting to an extreme. Also the length of these videos is ridiculous.

  • TheQiwiMan

    What a fucktarded way to get your rocks off. Get help, Coyote.

  • Matt Fricke

    He sounds like right out of a filler episode of DBZ!

  • Jenness

    This is just depressing. Not only will he get paid to do this but idiots all over the planet will die attempting..ummmm...wait a minute, never mind. Population control.

  • Manus Dexter

    Jenness it seems like you are comparing this to some absolutely retarded - no payoff "lets do something really stupid for views" video.
    Which it is not. There is a damn good reason other people have been labeled "scientists" for getting bitten by insects, and documenting the pain (i.e. Justin O. Smith). This is science (even though it might seem very amateurish and chaotic) and not some random cunt hurting him/herself or others for no good reason. It adds scientific value to the Schmidt sting pain index.

    If you cant distinguish between people endangering themselves for a reason and people endangering themselves ONLY for money then I'm afraid you are as stupid as the people you deem fit for population control through natural selection.

  • GeneralDisorder

    He should have gone directly for the bullet ant. The bullet ant sting is painful (the most painful sting on the planet apparently) but not very dangerous.

    Edit: Turns out he already did the bullet ant. Claims this was worse.

    I kinda wonder if taking in all this venom from various bites would create an allergy to venoms or something... Anyway, this guy needed more wedgies as a kid.

  • Jenness

    Or, maybe he'll develop a super human power - like being super humanly stupid enough to let horrifically painful creatures bite and sting him!

  • Doog

    Or as a kid he got a lot of wedgies and enjoyed it. He has to be somewhat of a masochist, right?

  • Draco Basileus

    Reminds me of the time my lab/greyhound mix cudgeled my testicles with his baton of a tail. I dropped to the kitchen floor and couldn't move for close to 5 mins.

  • Bling Nye

    His parents must be so proud.

  • Kazuka Roo

    Boys of the Mawe tribe purposely get stung hundreds of times by bullet ants to cross over into manhood.

    This is pretty tame by comparison.

  • Bling Nye

    Nice.

  • KungFuTreachery

    Probably, he's won an Emmy and is a millionaire ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • Bling Nye

    Fucking really?

    Goddamn, I guess it worked for the guys of Jackass too...

    Brb, going to go do some really stupid shit in front of a camera...

  • Meh

    Action at 14:21. FYI i would need a serious amount of cash to do this.

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