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(Daily Mail)   One advantage of going sleep drunk   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 67
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2012-06-02 09:26:06 PM
No bed bugs are gonna feed on me tonight then.
 
2012-06-02 09:28:07 PM
This article is totally relevant to my interests.

/foreveralone
 
2012-06-02 09:29:25 PM
drunk not use good grammar
 
2012-06-02 09:31:53 PM
Then Drew is safe for life.....

/same with myself
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-06-02 09:34:20 PM
Remember, you have to sleep drunk every night for the technique to work properly. One sober nap and they gorge and breed.
 
2012-06-02 09:36:27 PM
Disadvantage write headline drunk.
 
2012-06-02 09:36:30 PM
Going sleep drunk?

on vodak?
 
2012-06-02 09:37:46 PM
Narain weighed 20 bugs before introducing them to the blood feast, and then weighed them again later. He then repeated the experiment six times.

so, he weighed bugs 240 times?
 
2012-06-02 09:40:50 PM
The ones in Brooklyn like Methadone.

/wish I was lying on two counts
 
2012-06-02 09:41:09 PM
I don't always go sleep drunk, but when I do...

I go get a dutch apple pie from Village Inn and wake you up because this is freaking neat! you should totally have some of this.

/stay tolerant, my friends
 
2012-06-02 09:45:09 PM
Looks like Subby took that news to heart - or to liver, as it were.
 
2012-06-02 09:45:28 PM
I'll drink to that.
 
2012-06-02 09:46:19 PM
Thanks for the nightmares stubby....

/shiver
 
2012-06-02 09:47:15 PM
As opposed to ...?
 
2012-06-02 09:49:08 PM
Advantage of sleep go drunk, no nightmairs of partner unless gets morning.
 
2012-06-02 09:49:58 PM

The water was cold: As opposed to ...?


Coma?
 
2012-06-02 09:51:48 PM
My spouse is so afraid of the house being infested by bed-bugs, she won't let me clink on the link.
 
2012-06-02 09:52:07 PM
Any pretty ladies need someone to help clear up a bed bug problem for a few nights?
 
2012-06-02 09:52:53 PM

Salt Lick Steady: The water was cold: As opposed to ...?

Coma?


Comagain?
 
2012-06-02 09:53:14 PM

Sgygus: My spouse is so afraid of the house being infested by bed-bugs, she won't let me clink on the link.


Tell her that you can't download bed bugs.
 
2012-06-02 09:53:55 PM
This is bad news - for Romney.
 
2012-06-02 09:54:26 PM

The water was cold: Salt Lick Steady: The water was cold: As opposed to ...?

Coma?

Comagain?


Come on, it's only been two comas so far.
 
2012-06-02 09:57:26 PM
Then I am apparently invincible tonight.
/Bourbon does help with that.
 
2012-06-02 09:57:36 PM
There are disadvantages?
 
2012-06-02 09:58:53 PM
The shame stops?
 
2012-06-02 09:59:15 PM

Salt Lick Steady: The water was cold: Salt Lick Steady: The water was cold: As opposed to ...?

Coma?

Comagain?

Come on, it's only been two comas so far.


pffftt -- amature!
 
2012-06-02 10:00:58 PM

Amos Quito: This is bad news - for Romney.


Why, Rmoney is a robot. No blood to drink.
 
2012-06-02 10:01:21 PM
All I have to do to get a G/L is , really?
 
2012-06-02 10:03:34 PM
Wait, you can go to sleep sober?
 
2012-06-02 10:05:21 PM

The water was cold: Come on, it's only been two comas so far.

pffftt -- amature!


Yes, but were you clever enough to induce one in France in order to extend your stay? I mean, free healthcare even.
 
2012-06-02 10:05:32 PM

Retard Wrangler: Amos Quito: This is bad news - for Romney.

Why, Rmoney is a robot. No blood to drink.


Retard Wrangler: Amos Quito: This is bad news - for Romney.

Why, Rmoney is a robot. No blood to drink.



upload.wikimedia.org

Bender should be doubly safe, then.
 
2012-06-02 10:09:55 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Wait, you can go to sleep sober?


*click click click click click*
"meph..."
"what is not passing out"
....
..
Incorrect. -200
 
2012-06-02 10:10:51 PM

Salt Lick Steady: The water was cold: Come on, it's only been two comas so far.

pffftt -- amature!

Yes, but were you clever enough to induce one in France in order to extend your stay? I mean, free healthcare even.


I've never been there. I hope that someday I get to Cap d'Agde (Wiki it).

Thanks for the tip.
 
2012-06-02 10:12:53 PM
So they have a bedbug problem in England, eh? I don't think I have ever been bitten by a bedbug. (knocks wood)
 
2012-06-02 10:16:40 PM
Forget sleeping, apparently there's an advantage to submitting headlines drunk - Drew will pick them!
 
2012-06-02 10:17:07 PM

Uchiha_Cycliste: drunk not use good grammar


grammar drunk forgot did he, a word.
 
2012-06-02 10:21:48 PM
I wonder if you could exterminate bed bugs by leaving a dish of poisoned blood in your bed for a week? maybe 50/50 blood and wood alcohol?
 
2012-06-02 10:24:55 PM

The water was cold: I've never been there. I hope that someday I get to Cap d'Agde (Wiki it).

Thanks for the tip.


Just remember to bring a gallon of whiskey along, and note that you probably won't get the sort of intubation you were hoping for...
 
2012-06-02 10:26:42 PM
Bedspins are NOT an advantage, subby.
 
2012-06-02 10:28:39 PM
Yeah... it's because of... bed bugs... that's why I do it! Just lookin' out for my health!

/ bed bugs, bed bugs... whatcha gonna chew?
// not drunks, apparently
 
2012-06-02 10:36:03 PM
Good night, sleep tight...
 
2012-06-02 10:36:16 PM
Didn't work for me; I used to regularly go to "sleep" after drinking, and the little bastards still got a foothold in my bed. Pain in the ass to get rid of, too.
 
2012-06-02 10:36:34 PM
hope the bedbugs like apple pie moonshine.
 
2012-06-02 10:41:21 PM

buckler: Didn't work for me; I used to regularly go to "sleep" after drinking, and the little bastards still got a foothold in my bed. Pain in the ass to get rid of, too.


HUGE pain in the ass. We're still in the process. They're a plague in Brooklyn, to the point where every little laundromat in our neighborhood has some kind of "Yes, we sell bedbug supplies!" sign. And. Nothing. Works.
 
2012-06-02 10:50:06 PM

skabbo: buckler: Didn't work for me; I used to regularly go to "sleep" after drinking, and the little bastards still got a foothold in my bed. Pain in the ass to get rid of, too.

HUGE pain in the ass. We're still in the process. They're a plague in Brooklyn, to the point where every little laundromat in our neighborhood has some kind of "Yes, we sell bedbug supplies!" sign. And. Nothing. Works.


I tried the bug-bombs, with no effect. I then went back to the traditional "wash every damned bit of fabric in your home in the hottest water and hottest dryer available, then seal the clean fabrics in plastic" mode. Then I had to call the exterminator to use whatever crap they use before sealing the mattress and box spring in an impenetrable envelope so the little assholes could spend a year starving to death (that's how long it takes). I didn't have to go the "we'll heat your home up to 120 degrees for awhile, so you might want to be somewhere else," route. I hate those little assholes.

Fortunately, they haven't been back.
 
2012-06-02 10:56:01 PM

varmitydog: So they have a bedbug problem in England, eh? I don't think I have ever been bitten by a bedbug. (knocks wood)


If you've stayed in a hotel lately....

We dealt with an infestation- what a mess. wrap your mattress after being treated- throw the boxspring. Get rid of everything in the room your not attached to- my kids found them in their clock-- wrapping it lightly in garbage bags so the eggs don't hit the floor on the way out of the house. Don't be an idiot and donate it all to Goodwill- throw it all away. You can get freeze mist or invert a can of air and treat along the baseboard or in tight crevices. Best to hire a pest expert to treat- have him return. run all clothing in the dryer at high temp and then bag it taking out only what you need and keeping the rest in a non-infested spot. Over al a major inconvenience.
 
2012-06-02 10:57:14 PM

buckler: skabbo: buckler: Didn't work for me; I used to regularly go to "sleep" after drinking, and the little bastards still got a foothold in my bed. Pain in the ass to get rid of, too.

HUGE pain in the ass. We're still in the process. They're a plague in Brooklyn, to the point where every little laundromat in our neighborhood has some kind of "Yes, we sell bedbug supplies!" sign. And. Nothing. Works.

I tried the bug-bombs, with no effect. I then went back to the traditional "wash every damned bit of fabric in your home in the hottest water and hottest dryer available, then seal the clean fabrics in plastic" mode. Then I had to call the exterminator to use whatever crap they use before sealing the mattress and box spring in an impenetrable envelope so the little assholes could spend a year starving to death (that's how long it takes). I didn't have to go the "we'll heat your home up to 120 degrees for awhile, so you might want to be somewhere else," route. I hate those little assholes.

Fortunately, they haven't been back.


How do they proliferate? Is there a ceratin environment that is more attractive than others?
 
2012-06-02 10:59:50 PM
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2012-06-02 11:02:17 PM
Also: if you have bats roosting in your attic, you'll most likely have "bat bugs". They look very similar to bed bugs but act differently. They are initilly attracted by bat urine and guano. When the bats migrate (yes bats migrate to a central location to hibernate in the winter), the bat bugs head into the home seeking blood. They differ from bedbugs in that they will feed in broad daylight and tend to be more aggressive about it. They are easier to kill with common pest spray though.
 
2012-06-02 11:05:00 PM

imprimere: buckler: skabbo: buckler: Didn't work for me; I used to regularly go to "sleep" after drinking, and the little bastards still got a foothold in my bed. Pain in the ass to get rid of, too.

HUGE pain in the ass. We're still in the process. They're a plague in Brooklyn, to the point where every little laundromat in our neighborhood has some kind of "Yes, we sell bedbug supplies!" sign. And. Nothing. Works.

I tried the bug-bombs, with no effect. I then went back to the traditional "wash every damned bit of fabric in your home in the hottest water and hottest dryer available, then seal the clean fabrics in plastic" mode. Then I had to call the exterminator to use whatever crap they use before sealing the mattress and box spring in an impenetrable envelope so the little assholes could spend a year starving to death (that's how long it takes). I didn't have to go the "we'll heat your home up to 120 degrees for awhile, so you might want to be somewhere else," route. I hate those little assholes.

Fortunately, they haven't been back.

How do they proliferate? Is there a ceratin environment that is more attractive than others?


Apparently they like a mild amount of heat, temperate to warm. They breed and live under the rolled edge seams of a typical mattress, away from light. I'm no expert, but it doesn't seem to take a lot to make them happy, as long as they have you around as a ready supply of blood. You might do better to Google/Wiki them.
 
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