LOL. So true.
Well, usually the Dionaea trap died when I fed them parts of fat wax worms. In fact, they always did. I fed one 5 maggots, it didn't open for 2 or 3 weeks, but it did. I also fed my Big Mouth this disgusting thing that looked like the crawler or some zombie coming out of my D. spatulata soil that was an inch long. Bon appetite! The Dionaea opened in about 4 or 5 days, a record time! The thing wasn't really fat, but it had a lot of longness so it should have been an adequate meal. It's still plastered as skin on the side of the trap.
Just as a key of advice: If you buy something for your Venus Flytrap, or get something, that kills the trap the first two times, then I'd just look for something new altogether. I doubt I'll be able to find another crawler zombie bug but it worked out fine. The trap didn't even rot when it's legs were sticking out, even if they are bone thin.