gestug: He has money for all those implements to kill Bedbugs, but not money to buy a new mattress
gshepnyc: I've known people who have dealt with those awful things and it seems to drive people pretty close to actual madness
Felgraf: Having dealt with them in the distant past (and STILL having the occasional freakout/worry over the possibility of having them-is that an ancient, dead bedbug? Some other flat thing? OH GOD WHAT WAS IT), "Kill it with fire" is an incredibly tempting option.gestug: He has money for all those implements to kill Bedbugs, but not money to buy a new mattressThey don't just live in the mattress.Any nook, cranny, or crevice they can fit into (which is... A LOT. Including: Electronics, Behind power outlets, and IN YOUR SHOES (beneath the sole).)They are like a demon scourge. And they are immune to most pesticides (probably bringing DDT back wouldn't even help: I believe there was evidence they were developing resistance when it was banned).
Loaf's Tray: gshepnyc: I've known people who have dealt with those awful things and it seems to drive people pretty close to actual madnessIn their house? In the middle of their street?
groppet: I dread if I ever have to deal with them. In the summer I usually have ants and silverfish. The worst I ever had to deal with was fleas. That sucked ass, I almost killed my rooamate and her cat. Took a while to get rid of them. Stupid cat.
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