KIDZOOKIE: (referring to a Happy Meal toy) He's an insect, right?
TACO: Yep. You know what an insect is, right?
KIDZOOKIE: Yeah, like a bug.
TACO: Well, yeah, some bugs are insects, but not all of them. See, to be an insect...
KIDZOOKIE: Like ants?
TACO: Yeah, like ants. There's a few rules about insects.
KIDZOOKIE: Bugs have rules?
TACO: No, not that kind of rule. Criteria. How you know it's an insect. Insects have six legs...
KIDZOOKIE: Nuh-uh. Spiders don't have six legs.
TACO: Well, spiders aren't insects. They're arachnids. So are ticks and scorpions.
KIDZOOKIE: They're not insects?
TACO: No. Like I was saying, insects have six legs, and a body made of three sections...
KIDZOOKIE: Oh, the head, thorax and... uh... oh, abdomen!
TACO: ... how the crap did you know that?
KIDZOOKIE: I just did.
TACO: Okay, well, anyway, so you see how spiders aren't insects then.
KIDZOOKIE: How about worms?
TACO: What about worms?
KIDZOOKIE: They don't have any legs.
TACO: Well yeah. They're not insects.
KIDZOOKIE: My teacher says they're insects.
TACO: I think you must have misunderstood her.
KIDZOOKIE: No, she says they're insects.
TACO: She probably meant bugs. Some people call them bugs. 'Bug' is an imprecise term that encompasses...
KIDZOOKIE: Okay, Dr. Factoid.