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2013-07-18 09:47:17 AM

xanadian: I just got one word for y'all:

EARWIGS!!!!1!


Fark. Those.
 
2013-07-18 10:10:39 AM

gfid: Godscrack: I hate those roaches that wait under the toilet seat waiting for you to sit down.

I haven't experienced that, but once I was sleeping and having a weird dream.  In the dream a tiny ball of light was bouncing up my arm.  Then, I felt a roach on my face and woke up.  I survived.  The roach did not.

Another time, I was in a hospital lobby, waiting and reading shiatty magazines when I realized the place had fleas.  I hate fleas.

But about the cutest infestation I ever saw was in a hotel room.  There were ladybugs all over the place.  I don't mind lady bugs.  They don't suck blood.  They aren't creepy and dirty like roaches.  They just crawl and occasionally take short flights and look pretty.  Cutest infestation ever!


For everyone who shares this opinion: DO NOT CRUSH LADYBUGS!

I assume here you're talking about the yellow/orangeish ladybugs, not the red ones.  The former are actually Japanese beetles and they are known for infesting homes as the temperature cools.  They seek out the warmer spaces and tend to flood the space between screens and windows and just force themselves through any cracks to get to heat.  If you smash one or two, you might notice a slight smell for a moment but trying to kill a mass of them will render the room uninhabitable.  Use a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment to suck them up (you can even suck them out of the air, which is kind of fun) but be sure to empty the vacuum outside right away.  Remember how they got in?  They'll get out of the vacuum too.

As far as I know, the traditional red ladybug is not attracted to homes.  They are more useful for pest control in gardens and even some farms from what I've heard from farmer friends, if they were nesting you wouldn't be able to buy 20 lb bags of them at Ace.
 
2013-07-18 10:22:18 AM

BarkingUnicorn: Just wait until nanobots are a dime a dozen and schoolkids are doing this for the lulz.


If nanobots are a dime a dozen, few schoolkids could afford to do this for the lulz.
 
2013-07-18 10:38:20 AM
Mushizo?
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2013-07-18 10:41:33 AM
Ive hag bug problems since I bought my place, nothing too big, ants, silverfish and spiders. I dont mind the spiders so much but the worst I had were fleas. Drove me effing nuts. When my roomate moved back in she brough her cat which had been born into a pet hoarder house and she lived in the woods with her then BF and the cat had free roam of the woods. I tried every spray and powder, even got the damn cat a flea collar and used the drops on him. It really just seem to hold them at bay. I would get home and after I got out of my work clothes I would spray off on my arms and legs. My breaking point came when I was at work one day and my foot was itchy. When I got home and took off my shoe my sock was covered in dozens of flea corpses. I flipped out at my roomate told her to get that farking cat taken care of that weekend because
I was going to bomb the farking house into the stone age. Come the weekend her and the cat were gone and I set the bombs off. I set 4 off, one in each bedroom, 1 in the kitchen and 1 in the living room. She came back the next day and havent had issues since then. Coulda killed her when she said htey must have gotten in through the windows riiiiiiiiiiiight.
 
2013-07-18 10:42:16 AM
Jack's Smirking Revenge:
Could have been worse.  When I worked 911 we'd get a call on midnight shift around once a month where a cockroach would crawl into someone's ear and get stuck while the person was sleeping.   Imagine six tiny barbed legs scratching against your auditory nerves.


I imagine a small roach imbedded in either ear, playing my eardrum like a pair of Cello.

/ I have no idea how to pluralize cello...
 
2013-07-18 10:45:34 AM
CSB:  A co-worker at my husband's job mentioned to another co-worker that she had bedbugs at home and was in the process of getting rid of them.  The other co-worker was so freaked out, she told her boss.  Next thing she knew, HR told the woman who had the bedbugs that she wasn't allowed to come back to work until she had a receipt from an exterminator.

Not sure of the legality of that but the woman did it.  Even paid for a bedbug-sniffing dog afterwards to make sure they were gone.
 
2013-07-18 12:38:53 PM

bucket_pup: My CSB:

In college, one of my dorm mates was the biggest slob on the planet.  He had no manners, no hygiene regiment, and did not think  twice to cook a frigging pot roast in one of those "over-under" broilers and just leave the mess for days.  Dirty dishes, glasses, forks, knives, spoons, cooking pieces, etc... all left open and exposed for days on end in a 12 X 10 dorm room.  I awoke one night to a cockroach crawling across my face and damn near woke up the entire floor trying to kill it with my crutches. (Did I mention I had just gotten foot surgery?) The next morning I told my roommate that if he valued anything in the room, it had better be long gone come the weekend as I was going to bug-bomb the place and clean it all up.  So on Friday evening he was long gone and I proceeded to set off three of those bug bombs you typically use in much larger rooms (like a whole house) and walked away.  Several hours later, I returned and then took two tubes of clear silicon sealant and sealed every frigging hole, crack, and crevice  I could find in the room.  I sealed the light switch, AC unit, shelving units, the entire floor line, behind the metal desks, under the windows, and anything else I could find.  That solved my bug problem and my roommate left at the end of the semester to another room and flunked out the semester after that.  What a putz.


My girlfrield in college was a germophobe.  I really didn't care because I agree with what you did above.  One day she siliconed every crack in the house and  decided all of our paper belongings needed to be laminated.  All the magazines went in the trash and everything else, including bills, receipts, you name it, was laminated.  Took her months.  She didn't laminate her vagina though and I was thankful, because that vagina was crazy special.  After she moved to West Texas she  created the school district's paperless education system and  later lost that  job when she got caught banging some of her male students.  I miss her.
 
2013-07-18 06:45:27 PM

whiterrabbit: Jack's Smirking Revenge:
Could have been worse.  When I worked 911 we'd get a call on midnight shift around once a month where a cockroach would crawl into someone's ear and get stuck while the person was sleeping.   Imagine six tiny barbed legs scratching against your auditory nerves.


I imagine a small roach imbedded in either ear, playing my eardrum like a pair of Cello.

/ I have no idea how to pluralize cello...


I know someone who suffered this fate. Was told by some emergency person to pour olive oil in her ear and turn that ear toward the ground.

Cockroach fell right out. She still has nightmares.
 
2013-07-19 07:00:28 AM

whiterrabbit:

/ I have no idea how to pluralize cello...
English: cellos;  Italian: celli.
 
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