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(AZ Family)   You know your apartment has a bedbug problem when you can scoop up spoonfuls of them from your couch. "We've already thrown away 10 couches"   (azfamily.com ) divider line
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2013-01-04 12:01:38 AM  
17 votes:
My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?
2013-01-04 12:00:19 AM  
8 votes:

cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?


That pretty much does nothing to stop bed bugs. They're like lice, but worse. They don't care if you're dirty or not. Short of throwing away all your clothes, sheets, curtains, towels, washer, dryer, furniture, and tearing up all the carpet....When it comes to bed bugs on that scale, you're reduced to scorched earth or nothing. And if anyone in the apartments around you still has them, it doesn't matter because they're coming back even if you get rid of them.
2013-01-04 12:11:01 AM  
7 votes:

cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?


Not at all on bedbugs is how it works.  These people do not have infestations because they lack cleanliness.  These motherfarkers can be as thin as a sheet of paper and can hide anywhere.  In electrical outlets, folds of any kind of furniture, behind paintings or pictures, in drawers or wardrobes, in shoes, behind baseboards, in thermostats...practically anywhere.

Pest control is near farking useless as they have become more and more resistant to sprays.  About the only thing you can do is drown them, burn them or dry them out.  They are FAR worse than lice or any other pest I can think of.

Took two years to get rid of them when we had them.  At least six visits from pest control, washing everything we owned.

That accomplished nothing. I too got rid of couches.  Three of them.  Got rid of box springs and mattresses.

Finally dried the bastards out by putting diatamaceous earth powder on practically everything.  That shiat is like tiny little razorblades to them.  Cuts them up and dries them out.
2013-01-04 12:45:07 AM  
6 votes:

cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?


Bedbugs don't eat dirt, or skin flakes, or spilled cheetos. They only crave blood. And if you live in an apartment it doesn't matter how well you look after your own suite, because they will come through the walls (via electrical outlets or water pipes) and under your door from across the hallway.

Those bugs are out there. They can't be bargained with. They can't be reasoned with. They don't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And they absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are itching like a motherfarker.
2013-01-03 09:41:41 PM  
5 votes:
I recommend fire, and lots of it. Hate those little bastards.
2013-01-04 04:03:16 AM  
4 votes:

Kingly Weevil: My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?


Probably found them on the street left for trash pickup. Because they were infested with bedbugs.
2013-01-04 02:32:53 AM  
3 votes:

namatad: Kingly Weevil: My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?

HOW can you be so stupid? You would figure after the first .... 2 or 3 couches that you would learn to sit on metal folding chairs UNTIL the damn bugs are GONE GONE GONE


The thing about bedbugs - they'd just live inside the metal folding chairs.  They aren't particular to fabric - they're particular to blood.
2013-01-04 02:28:57 AM  
3 votes:

Kingly Weevil: My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?


HOW can you be so stupid? You would figure after the first .... 2 or 3 couches that you would learn to sit on metal folding chairs UNTIL the damn bugs are GONE GONE GONE
2013-01-03 10:50:43 PM  
3 votes:
DDT, accept no substitutes.
2013-01-04 04:01:21 PM  
2 votes:
I brought four of them into my apartment in a nice piece of used furniture. They made my life a living Hell for half a year.

Some mistakes were made, but lessons were learned.

* Bedbugs are not known to carry any diseases, although Chagas might be an exception.
* Bedbugs drink blood. They eat nothing else. Filth and dirt do not attract bedbugs, unlike cockroaches, which eat pretty much anything that people or animals eat.
* Bedbugs can hide in tiny cracks, thinner than you can cram a dime or a piece of cardboard into.
* People often panic when they find bedbug bites and realize they have an infestation. You should avoid giving away, selling, or disposing of furniture, clothing, etc. Instead you should work to contain and destry the infestation.
* Break up furniture or clearly mark items that you do put out for the garbage man.
* Clothing which can be washed in very hot water can be kept. You should wash it in hot water, possibly with bleach, vinegar or borax added. Dry it in a hot drier if possible, or hang it out on a clothes line. Put it in air-tight sealed plastic bags.
* Bedbugs can survive for as much as year, maybe two, without food. They will actually live longer if they don't bite. Items such as electronics, which can not be cleaning can be vacuumed. Dispose of the bags. If you can, seal them hermetically in bags or boxes and put the boxes away for two years. You do not have to lose all your precious belongings.
* Mostly you should concentrate on the area that is likely to be infected. Try to close it off so the bedbugs do not wander. Do not move items into or out of the area around an infested piece of furniture or an infested room. Try to contain and destroy section by section, like a government fighting a guerilla insurgency.
* If an infestation is very small (you will know by the number of bites and the number of bedbugs which you will see--which is probably none, since they normally only come out when they detect a sleeping victim--you might be able to eliminate them slowly through various techniques including careful use of bedbug-ready pesticides, diatomacious earth, dessicants, etc. Otherwise you or your landlord may need to pay for professionals to do your home, posssibly repeatedly.
* Bedbugs can be killed by extreme heat or cold but so can you. You can use your oven or freezer to treat some articles that are oven or freezer safe. It may take several days in a very cold freezer or several hours of heat to kill them. Be careful what you treat and how.
2013-01-04 08:32:25 AM  
2 votes:

cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?


Some very clean people with gobs of money have bedbugs.
2013-01-04 08:24:25 AM  
2 votes:

sithon: DDT, accept no substitutes.


It hasn't worked on bedbugs since the 1940's dude.
2013-01-04 06:07:06 AM  
2 votes:
10 couches? what's the over under on one of those being the way they got infested in the first place?

otherwise how big is that apartment!?
2013-01-04 06:06:02 AM  
2 votes:

Arumat: If ever there was an insect species deserving of extinction, it'd be those little bastards. Fleas are a close second.


all of the reasons you think they deserve to be extinct are pretty much the reasons why nature and biology thinks the exact opposite.
2013-01-04 04:13:53 AM  
2 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: Pest control is near farking useless as they have become more and more resistant to sprays.  About the only thing you can do is drown them, burn them or dry them out.  They are FAR worse than lice or any other pest I can think of.

...

Finally dried the bastards out by putting diatamaceous earth powder on practically everything.  That shiat is like tiny little razorblades to them.  Cuts them up and dries them out.


They're not resistant to the pyrethrin derivatives used in most indoor pesticides... they're by and large completely immune to them. The diomataceous earth method has had some success, but the first and most effective thing to try is heat treatment, and that requires heating every internal volume in the building to in excess of 120 Fahrenheit uniformly, which is unfortunately flat-out impossible in many older buildings and even some newer ones.

The biggest problem is not even getting rid of them so much as the dormancy cycle of the eggs, if not heat-treated as above or sprayed directly with a dessicant (ethanol or methanol, usually, and I mean directly sprayed, you have to pull every baseboard and electric outlet cover in the house and any other crevice and spritz 'em) then they can stay dormant for as long as a year before hatching. Which means you sweep up your little circles of ethanol trench or sharp earth around the bedposts after sterilizing and a week later you're getting bitten again.

//Yeah, guess how I learned this one. Apartment management is a pain in the ass.
2013-01-04 04:02:46 AM  
2 votes:

TommyymmoT: Just a thought.
 What if you sealed the house the same way they do when it's bug bombed, or fumigated, and used Halon (which removes all the oxygen in the room, and is often used for fire suppression in sensitive areas like computer rooms, and archives) instead?
There would be no residue, and no poisons. You wouldn't even have to remove the food.


Might work, but Jesus Christ would it be expensive.  Halon also doesn't remove all oxygen in a room, just enough to put a fire out.  I imagine you'd have to pump a boatload of the stuff in for a while to kill the bugs, and it would have to penetrate all the little nooks and crannies they hide in.  I don't have figures, but I imagine Halon doesn't penetrate the inside of a mattress all that fast.
2013-01-04 03:53:38 AM  
2 votes:

TommyymmoT: What if you sealed the house the same way they do when it's bug bombed, or fumigated, and used Halon (which removes all the oxygen in the room, and is often used for fire suppression in sensitive areas like computer rooms, and archives) instead?


These farkers can go for a year without feeding. I suspect they can also survive a short period of oxygen deprivation.
2013-01-04 03:28:43 AM  
2 votes:

Farxist Marxist: Farkin' frankenbugs. I'm moving to Australia, where the beasts kill you somewhat quickly ('cept those blue-ringed octopus, in which case it's not quick enough) rather than some bug that bleeds you white, won't get off the sofa, and can hide in the remote control.


Don't worry, we've got them here too.  http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-02-10/australia-facing-bedbug-invasio n /1938492

A friend of mine had them in her apartment in a well-to-do part of Sydney. In the end, she pretty much abandoned everything she owned, went slightly psycho and sat in a sauna for three hours (something about the heat killing the farkers as she thought they had got into her skin) and would only wear newly bought clothes. She then began to haunt non-bedbug-infested suburbs looking for a new place to stay, bug spray in hand. Poor girl is from London and last I heard she had returned, only to face the evil once more.

/And those bugs that bleed you white, won't get off the sofa and can hide in the remote control? They're known as men down here.
2013-01-04 02:56:02 AM  
2 votes:
Farkin' frankenbugs. I'm moving to Australia, where the beasts kill you somewhat quickly ('cept those blue-ringed octopus, in which case it's not quick enough) rather than some bug that bleeds you white, won't get off the sofa, and can hide in the remote control.
2013-01-04 01:26:21 AM  
2 votes:

Kingly Weevil: My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?


winning question!
2013-01-04 01:13:47 PM  
1 vote:

steve_wmn: By the way, if you tell the mattress saleman you're buying a new bed because of bedbugs they probably won't dispose of the old mattress for you. And their delivery men might not bring the new mattress in.


And if you don't don't tell the mattress salesperson you're buying a new bed because of bedbugs, the delivery guy will put the bedbug infested mattress in the truck along with his other deliveries, risking contamination.

Or, you could just leave the old mattress by your curb. Some places like NYC will require you to seal it in a bag, but that's the price we pay for civilization.
2013-01-04 11:17:05 AM  
1 vote:

Kingly Weevil: My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?


You don't buy ten couches.  You just pick up the bedbug-infested couches that other people have left at the curb.
2013-01-04 08:51:45 AM  
1 vote:

Skr: I can't vouch for it killing bedbugs (have avoided that nastiness so far,) but Diatomaceous Earth killed the shiat out of a flea problem my dog rolled into. When rubbed into the coat it can dry out the animal's skin but coupled with a light powdering of the house it cleared the buggers out quick.

I've heard tell of DE being a great dietary supplement for people and it killing harmful stuff in the digestive track and a slewfull of other homeopathic 'miracles' but I get a snake oil vibe from that.

If you do go the DE route for fleas or bedbugs, make sure you get the right kind, the "Food Safe" stuff. The other stuff is bad.

The spoon looks rather creepy. Crystallized bedbug excretions ewww.


I'm one of the folks who catch grief here at fark over using Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth for the health benefits. Took a teaspoon a day for only two weeks back in June, 2012, mixed in orange juice. Saved my life, I kid you not. Funny, but I'd bought it in a ten pound box to kill bugs in my organic fig tree orchard, and boy did it work there too. Bed bug sufferers have no better tool than DE, dusted lightly on the furniture and in the carpets. Eliminates fleas, ticks, ants... all bugs.

I own an appliance repair company and carry in in the trucks. When we see roach infestations, we mix a teaspoon of DE with a teaspoon of sugar and toss the stuff behind the refrigerators. The roaches come for the sugar and walk thru it. Roaches are eliminated forever, and best of all, it's costing only about a nickel. Try it!
2013-01-04 08:45:48 AM  
1 vote:

Hagbardr: caulk. It was summer, so I took bedding and clothes, bagged them in plastic bags, and left them in a station wagon parked in full sun. I caulked all the trim around baseboards, doors, and windows, and filled in cracks on the backs of headboards and inside dressers. I removed the interfacing on the bottoms of the box springs and caulked all the cracks. I would spray liberally with the 91% alcohol, let it dry, and then dust with Alpine Dust. I used one of those hand bellows like you see in old cartoons. It took months for full eradication and I still have to be vigilant against new infestation.


And your neighbor doesn't take basic precautions to keep from bringing them home? (Bagging his shoes, tossing everything in the drier once he gets home, etc?) That's kind assholish,a nd..

.. I..

OH GOD. I just realized, could he... could he have also infested the planes he was traveling on? Or the luggage of the other passengers?

... I'm going to go curl up in a ball now.
2013-01-04 08:27:13 AM  
1 vote:

ole prophet: sithon: DDT, accept no substitutes.

Ding, ding, ding.


see above. I HATE this talking point. It's wrong on so many levels.
2013-01-04 08:26:51 AM  
1 vote:
2013-01-04 07:49:40 AM  
1 vote:
I'm very itchy now. Thanks subby.
2013-01-04 07:45:31 AM  
1 vote:
Kingly Weevil [TotalFark] 2013-01-04 12:01:38 AM

My real question here is, How the f*ck do you afford ten couches before you can afford to leave your f*cking apartment?


Thrift store, Goodwill, Craigslist.

Just FYI it is possible to get rid of bed bugs in a home, but in an apartment building, you're pretty much screwed unless everyone is on the same page.

Everyone must live out of plastic bags or bins. Every apartment must be treated consistently on the same days. Everyone must have mattress covers for mattresses and box springs and plastic to to cover their furniture.

Everyone must be willing to do whatever it takes to get the buggers out and keep them out.

We had an infestation a few years ago and it wasn't easy, it took three months, but we got rid of them. The last hotel I stayed in, a bed bug came marching across the bed. I would not let anyone bring their bags in the house. We bagged everything in garbage bags, methodically put all clothes in the dryer and inspected all bags before they could be sprayed and inspected. It was a royal pain in the ass but we do not have bed bugs as a result of that hotel visit.

I inspected everyone before we left the hotel, lest we infest our relatives or their church. I know this sounds excessive, but bed bugs can be spotted; they are small but they are NOT microscopic and if you take care, you can keep from spreading the damned things simply by checking your purses and clothes before you leave the house.

I take a can of OFF with me to movie theaters. OFF and this stuff called Sterofab will keep them away from your bed so you can get a decent night's sleep while you're fighting them. They also don't like light much and sleeping with even a dim light on helps.

I hate these little bastards and I had scars for over a year from the bites and scratching. The itching alone will drive you mad. And while cleanliness helps, it's really keeping down clutter that is best of all, hard in a world where I love books, but it made the case for getting a Kindle better than anything else could do.

Sorry to go on so much, but the subject of bedbugs always gets me riled.
2013-01-04 07:16:32 AM  
1 vote:

Uniquely Common: Itchy just reading about this. I get swarmed by misquotes, fleas, chiggers every summer out hiking (with bug repellant on) ... I would literally die from blood loss if bedbugs ever infested my house.


/tastes oh so good


Mosquitoes and flies and the like love me. I'll have a dozen mosquito bites when my GF hasn't even seen one. We had bed bugs in a hotel we stayed at in Ottawa (an expensive one), and our apartment briefly (not related). She was bitten all over, I didn't have a single bite. So you and I may be mosquito bait, but if that makes me bed bug bane, I can live with that.

/we killed them with raid on the bed and diowhatsit earth everywhere.
2013-01-04 06:21:31 AM  
1 vote:

CheetahOlivetti: Bedbugs don't mind cold weather


Au Contraire, temps below about 25F will kill bed bugs, the downside is that it will take about 5 days of exposure to temps consistently below that point to kill all stages of them.

The "newest" treatment for them seems to be to use a specially designed "fogger" which shoots a "snow" of dry ice at temps about -100F which kills the little buggers on the spot regardless of their stage of development.
2013-01-04 05:09:04 AM  
1 vote:
If ever there was an insect species deserving of extinction, it'd be those little bastards. Fleas are a close second.
Skr
2013-01-04 05:03:30 AM  
1 vote:
I can't vouch for it killing bedbugs (have avoided that nastiness so far,) but Diatomaceous Earth killed the shiat out of a flea problem my dog rolled into. When rubbed into the coat it can dry out the animal's skin but coupled with a light powdering of the house it cleared the buggers out quick.

I've heard tell of DE being a great dietary supplement for people and it killing harmful stuff in the digestive track and a slewfull of other homeopathic 'miracles' but I get a snake oil vibe from that.

If you do go the DE route for fleas or bedbugs, make sure you get the right kind, the "Food Safe" stuff. The other stuff is bad.

The spoon looks rather creepy. Crystallized bedbug excretions ewww.
2013-01-04 05:03:16 AM  
1 vote:

Kingly Weevil: cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?

That pretty much does nothing to stop bed bugs. They're like lice, but worse. They don't care if you're dirty or not. Short of throwing away all your clothes, sheets, curtains, towels, washer, dryer, furniture, and tearing up all the carpet....When it comes to bed bugs on that scale, you're reduced to scorched earth or nothing. And if anyone in the apartments around you still has them, it doesn't matter because they're coming back even if you get rid of them.


Pretty much. You get bedbugs, plan to burn the house to the foundations.
2013-01-04 04:53:48 AM  
1 vote:
In the winter, if it gets below freezing outside where you live, wrap your mattresses, clothing, and furniture and put them outside for an hour or two. The cold kills em dead.

Fumigate the house in the mean time.

Or, as an alternative (if you don't mind draining the pipes so they don't burst) turn the heat off and open the windows, let the whole house get below freezing for a few hours.


Also they don't survive above 40°C (104°F) so you can buy an industrial heater and crank it up and leave it there for an hour or so. An acquaintance I knew did that for clients who wanted a pesticide-free fumigation.
2013-01-04 04:18:08 AM  
1 vote:

namatad:
SHUDDER
so is there an actual solution
other than leaving EVERYTHING that you own and starting over?


Again, 120 Fahrenheit+. Get an extermination company that actually specializes in bedbugs to give you a sealed bag with a heating unit in it, fry it for 4-8 hours. Generally you'll want the actual specialists involved to make sure it's heated uniformly, cold spots can harbor the eggs/bugs.

I know it's weird that the only really workable solution is almost literally "kill it with fire", but don't look at me, this is the actual result of industry research in the property and pest management industries.
2013-01-04 04:04:49 AM  
1 vote:
Stop living in Arizona. It's good for no one. Not you, not me, etc., etc, etc... I'm tired of you desert dwelling peoples biatching.
2013-01-04 03:49:42 AM  
1 vote:
i391.photobucket.com

And if that doesn't work

i391.photobucket.com
2013-01-04 03:42:00 AM  
1 vote:
Just a thought.
 What if you sealed the house the same way they do when it's bug bombed, or fumigated, and used Halon (which removes all the oxygen in the room, and is often used for fire suppression in sensitive areas like computer rooms, and archives) instead?
There would be no residue, and no poisons. You wouldn't even have to remove the food.
2013-01-04 03:15:41 AM  
1 vote:

hammettman: The easiest way to get rid of bedbugs is to import some spiders. Oodles and oodles of farking spiders. Of course, that may present another problem when all is said and done.


We're talking about Arizona....do you really want black widows and tarantulas all over your apartment?  And then you have to bring in a bunch of gila monsters to get rid of the spiders, and then gorillas to get rid of the gila monsters.
2013-01-04 02:59:57 AM  
1 vote:

namatad: Philbb: My oldest daughter dealt with them at one point. The apartment management paid to have her apt baked three time. She had to pay for it the fourth time, but the exterminator told her if she found another bedbug within a (short period of time) they would come back for free. She found live bedbugs within 36 hours of having her apt treated the next few times. She threw away so many mattresses, box springs, couches, chairs and items of clothing that I lost track.

We/she thought that the problem was mostly under control when she moved out. By the time we got her stuff out to the trucks, half of her furniture was obviously infested.

SHUDDER
so is there an actual solution
other than leaving EVERYTHING that you own and starting over?

/SO FARKING glad that I dont have this problem
/WILL farkING KILL whoever brings this problem to my house
/no seriously, if you have bedbugs, WHY would you come to my house?
/stay the fark away from me until you are no longer unclean


I really don't know if there is an effective solution. At one point it was believed that it was an occupational therapist that was showing up on a weekly basis to treat her middle child.
2013-01-04 02:38:30 AM  
1 vote:
The easiest way to get rid of bedbugs is to import some spiders. Oodles and oodles of farking spiders. Of course, that may present another problem when all is said and done.
2013-01-04 02:30:55 AM  
1 vote:

Philbb: My oldest daughter dealt with them at one point. The apartment management paid to have her apt baked three time. She had to pay for it the fourth time, but the exterminator told her if she found another bedbug within a (short period of time) they would come back for free. She found live bedbugs within 36 hours of having her apt treated the next few times. She threw away so many mattresses, box springs, couches, chairs and items of clothing that I lost track.

We/she thought that the problem was mostly under control when she moved out. By the time we got her stuff out to the trucks, half of her furniture was obviously infested.


SHUDDER
so is there an actual solution
other than leaving EVERYTHING that you own and starting over?

/SO FARKING glad that I dont have this problem
/WILL farkING KILL whoever brings this problem to my house
/no seriously, if you have bedbugs, WHY would you come to my house?
/stay the fark away from me until you are no longer unclean
2013-01-04 01:53:57 AM  
1 vote:

simplicimus: AdolfOliverPanties: cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?

Not at all on bedbugs is how it works.  These people do not have infestations because they lack cleanliness.  These motherfarkers can be as thin as a sheet of paper and can hide anywhere.  In electrical outlets, folds of any kind of furniture, behind paintings or pictures, in drawers or wardrobes, in shoes, behind baseboards, in thermostats...practically anywhere.

Pest control is near farking useless as they have become more and more resistant to sprays.  About the only thing you can do is drown them, burn them or dry them out.  They are FAR worse than lice or any other pest I can think of.

Took two years to get rid of them when we had them.  At least six visits from pest control, washing everything we owned.

That accomplished nothing. I too got rid of couches.  Three of them.  Got rid of box springs and mattresses.

Finally dried the bastards out by putting diatamaceous earth powder on practically everything.  That shiat is like tiny little razorblades to them.  Cuts them up and dries them out.

DE is a good idea. Works on ants as well. It's a lot cheaper to buy it at a pool supply store than from anywhere else.


It's pretty under a microscope, too:

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2013-01-04 01:15:23 AM  
1 vote:

AdolfOliverPanties: cretinbob: farking sanitation, how does it work?

Not at all on bedbugs is how it works.  These people do not have infestations because they lack cleanliness.  These motherfarkers can be as thin as a sheet of paper and can hide anywhere.  In electrical outlets, folds of any kind of furniture, behind paintings or pictures, in drawers or wardrobes, in shoes, behind baseboards, in thermostats...practically anywhere.

Pest control is near farking useless as they have become more and more resistant to sprays.  About the only thing you can do is drown them, burn them or dry them out.  They are FAR worse than lice or any other pest I can think of.

Took two years to get rid of them when we had them.  At least six visits from pest control, washing everything we owned.

That accomplished nothing. I too got rid of couches.  Three of them.  Got rid of box springs and mattresses.

Finally dried the bastards out by putting diatamaceous earth powder on practically everything.  That shiat is like tiny little razorblades to them.  Cuts them up and dries them out.


DE is a good idea. Works on ants as well. It's a lot cheaper to buy it at a pool supply store than from anywhere else.
2013-01-04 01:13:50 AM  
1 vote:
My oldest daughter dealt with them at one point. The apartment management paid to have her apt baked three time. She had to pay for it the fourth time, but the exterminator told her if she found another bedbug within a (short period of time) they would come back for free. She found live bedbugs within 36 hours of having her apt treated the next few times. She threw away so many mattresses, box springs, couches, chairs and items of clothing that I lost track.

We/she thought that the problem was mostly under control when she moved out. By the time we got her stuff out to the trucks, half of her furniture was obviously infested.
2013-01-04 01:07:47 AM  
1 vote:
That is goddamn disgusting.
2013-01-04 12:45:50 AM  
1 vote:
Gak! Those bastards are why I hate staying in hotels. I would rather sleep in my car than bring a load of those f*ckers home.
2013-01-03 11:55:55 PM  
1 vote:
farking sanitation, how does it work?
2013-01-03 11:54:14 PM  
1 vote:
I seriously thought that said "crotch."
2013-01-03 11:50:40 PM  
1 vote:
Maricopa County

Get sheriff Joe on it!
2013-01-03 11:34:23 PM  
1 vote:
I don't even know what one looks like.  I've read they look like apple seeds, but nothing on that spoon looks like an apple seed.
2013-01-03 10:20:42 PM  
1 vote:
Well, that's f*cking disgusting.
 
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