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Franz Kafka's parents burst into his bedroom that fateful morning only to discover their son had undergone metamorphosis to a disgusting bug.

Immediately his father rushed to his desk, picked up Franz's collection of sea invertebrates and threw them out the window.

Mrs. Kafka, in dismay, asked why he had done this, to which Mr. Kafka replied, "With Franz like this, who needs anemones?"