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Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:44 AM
i cant sleep i am scared. i saw two crawling really fast in my bedroom. :sobbing: :hysteric: :sobbing: :baby: i hate bugs. they try to kill you and eat you and crop of your head.

i'm scared :( :baby: :bigcry: it was not a spider, too many legs, not a millipede, too few legs. they are really fast and black. i am sooo scared. i feel like such a baby.

mandy7
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:46 AM
bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite! :D
sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting! :bigclap:
go bugs! :yippee:

rebel_ffighter
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:47 AM
probably cockroaches

drake3781
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:49 AM
i cant sleep i am scared. i saw two crawling really fast. :sobbing: :hysteric: :sobbing: :baby: i hate bugs. they try to kill you and eat you and crop of your head.

i'm scared :( :baby: :bigcry: it was not a spider, too many legs, not a millipede, too few legs. they are really fast and black. i am sooo scared. i feel like such a baby.

OMG what will you do in Honduras? You wouldn't believe the bugs I saw in Costa Rica!! :eek: Better get some sensitization training now!!

Pheobo
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:50 AM
bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite! :D
sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting! :bigclap:
go bugs! :yippee:

I don't see how anyone could dislike Jigglypuff...


Maybe it was a roach? :shrug:

I dunno, I hate bugs too. *shudder* Good luck! :hug:

Wannabeknowitall
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:50 AM
Don't you live in NYC? I think bugs should be your least worry. I'll get worried when instead of two bugs it's two rats.

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:52 AM
:fiery: :fiery: bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite bite! :D
sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting sting! :bigclap:
go bugs! :yippee:
:fiery: :fiery: :fiery:

:bigcry: that was so needlessly mean, i hope you get a really bad yeast infection. :bigcry:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:53 AM
OMG what will you do in Honduras? You wouldn't believe the bugs I saw in Costa Rica!! :eek: Better get some sensitization training now!!
i dont wanna think about this. :bigcry: thats like 2 months away. :help:

Pheobo
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:54 AM
:fiery: :fiery:
:fiery: :fiery: :fiery:

:bigcry: that was so needlessly mean, i hope you get a really bad yeast infection. :bigcry:


rofl

:haha:

Perfection
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:55 AM
You should learn to accept your new friends for who they are, just because they're "buggish" in apperance or have "bug-like" tendencies does not make them BAD. You really need to broaden your mind.. this is 2006, not 2003.

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:56 AM
I don't see how anyone could dislike Jigglypuff...


Maybe it was a roach? :shrug:

I dunno, I hate bugs too. *shudder* Good luck! :hug:
its not a roach it was too dark, had too many legs, plus we dont have roaches. whatever it is, it is scary and i dont like it. :sad:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:56 AM
Um, locate it and throw a magazine at it :o

Jeff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:57 AM
LOL, well Jiggly I can't say I'm any different. I'm actually contemplating moving my bed to the center of the room (away from walls), because whenever I see a bug crawling on the wall it makes me think that they are going to crawl on my bed and i'm always expecting to feel a bug crawling on my bed before I fall asleep :lol: But you killed them right? Or you just letting them continue to run your room? :confused:

Pheobo
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:58 AM
its not a roach it was too dark, had too many legs, plus we dont have roaches. whatever it is, it is scary and i dont like it. :sad:


Maybe it's a LOVEBUG! :)

Whatever those are...

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:58 AM
You should learn to accept your new friends for who they are, just because they're "buggish" in apperance or have "bug-like" tendencies does not make them BAD. You really need to broaden your mind.. this is 2006, not 2003.
you are right, but i cant help it. they are sooo buggish. with the crawling and the being creepy. i dont even know why they are here, i deliberately dont keep food or food items here to avoid all bugs. :sad:

Perfection
Jul 14th, 2006, 08:59 AM
EVERYONE, HELP JIGGLY!!

http://www.zillions.org/Features/Bugsprays/Images/BigBug200.jpg

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:00 AM
LOL, well Jiggly I can't say I'm any different. I'm actually contemplating moving my bed to the center of the room (away from walls), because whenever I see a bug crawling on the wall it makes me think that they are going to crawl on my bed and i'm always expecting to feel a bug crawling on my bed before I fall asleep :lol: But you killed them right? Or you just letting them continue to run your room? :confused:
i am too scared to try and kill them. so yes they are still running around. i cant see them though.

and yes there is nothing more scarey than bugs on walls next to the bed.

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:02 AM
i am too scared to try and kill them. so yes they are still running around. i cant see them though.

and yes there is nothing more scarey than bugs on walls next to the bed.Seriously, just get a magazine and toss it at them. It'll squish them...then you can figure out how to deal with the corpses :o

Jeff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:03 AM
i am too scared to try and kill them. so yes they are still running around. i cant see them though.

and yes there is nothing more scarey than bugs on walls next to the bed.

:haha:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:09 AM
Seriously, just get a magazine and toss it at them. It'll squish them...then you can figure out how to deal with the corpses :o
ok, if i see them again i will sum up the courage to go kill it.

CanadianBoy21
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:12 AM
Get some toillet paper, and kill them. You'll feel the sensation if you squeezed hard enough in your finger.

drake3781
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:14 AM
ok, if i see them again i will sum up the courage to go kill it.

Honestly it's better to put a cup over it, slide a cardboard underneath, then toss it out the window. If you try to kill it chances are it will scatter away. And on the off chance you do get it you will have to clean up the mess. The cup and cardboard works great, just toss it out the window.

mandy7
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:21 AM
:fiery: :fiery:
:fiery: :fiery: :fiery:

:bigcry: that was so needlessly mean, i hope you get a really bad yeast infection. :bigcry:

Small chance, i'm a clean person in a quite clean and healthy country.
but thanks :hug:

Erika_Angel
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:24 AM
They are most obviously bedbugs ... they always attack when you try to sleep ... haven't you heard the warnings? - "don't let the bedbugs bite!"

I suggest close your eyes really tightly shut and whisper to yourself "there is no such thing as bedbugs .... there is no such thing as bedbugs" etc .... keep doing that and you'll eventually sweep them away with your courage & determination :)

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:32 AM
Small chance, i'm a clean person in a quite clean and healthy country.
but thanks :hug:
as always you show your ignorance

well anyway, this will help you diagnose your on coming yeast infect. though now i am thinking i hope you get it in your throat instead. :lol: that would be fitting. :)

vaginal yeast infections are caused by Candida albicans, which, along with a few types of bacteria, are normally present in relatively small numbers in your crotch. sometimes the yeast multiply rapidly and take over, causing a full-fledged yeast infection, or, in the heart-warming terminology of the medical establishment, candidiasis or monilia. this can be due to a change in the vaginal environment, injury, sexual transmission, or HIV. common environmental disruptions that favor yeast include increased pH, increased heat and moisture, allergic reactions, elevated sugar levels, hormonal fluxes, and reductions in the populations of bacteria that are normally present. these can generally be traced to a few categories of culprits:

antibiotics are probably the leading cause of vaginal yeast infections in american wimmin, and are a great example of the important principle that by using technology to solve problems, we create other problems. say you take an antibiotic to cure your sinus infection. the antibiotic kills the unwanted bacteria in your sinuses, but can also kill the "good" bacteria in your crotch, upsetting the balance of your vaginal ecosystem, allowing the yeast to take over. (antibacterial deodorant soap can have the same effect.) most wimmin have problems with only a few types of antibiotics, or with prolonged antiobiotic treatment. others get yeast infections every time they take antibiotics. unfortunately, i know of no way of preventing an antibiotic-induced yeast infection; you just have to treat it once it starts.

clothing: crotch yeasties flourish in non-cotton, tight, or dirty clothes that trap heat and moisture. no doubt Xena, Warrior Princess, gets infections all the time from that leather underwear. your absolutely best bet is to wear a skirt with no underwear or tights, and definitely avoid pantyhose. if you've ever had an urge to go for that sexy thigh-high stocking look but have been too shy, here's the excuse you've been looking for. and if you do wear underwear, your safest bet is unbleached, undyed cotton underwear and breathable clothes. it's a good idea to change your underpants regularly, like maybe once a day. if at all possible, don't sleep in underwear; if you do, put on clean stuff. yeast can live in your underwear, so be sure to wash it well, particularly during and after a yeast infection. some medical types think that when you have a yeast infection, you should wash and dry your underwear and then iron it or throw it in the microwave on high for 5 min to kill the yeast. on the other hand, check out this testimonial: "I wanted to alert your readers that putting underwear in the microwave for 5 minutes is a VERY BAD IDEA... I went off to finish my nightly ablutions, leaving the underwear nuking away. I came back to a little black melted pile and an incredibly difficult to clean microwave." there you have it. i personally am going to stick to ironing.

chemicals, such as inks, dyes, and perfumes, can upset the balance in your crotch or trigger allergic reactions that lead to yeast infections. the classic example is commercial douches, which have no benefits and are definitely harmful to the vaginal environment and your health. you know those odor-causing bacteria that their products help you get rid of? well, they're the same bacteria that kill the yeast in your crotch! on top of that, soaps are not only disruptive to the vaginal environment, but can damage your mucus membranes. you should never soap your crotch. but there are other, less obvious sources of nasty chemicals. for example, i've had serious problems with those nasty colored, perfumed toilet papers, like Charmin; 5 days of that and i am yeast central. if you think that's your problem, try an unscented, undyed toilet paper, like Scott. even better, use a recycled, unbleached eco brand. similarly, some laundry detergents and fabric softeners have allergenic dyes and perfumes; i invariably get yeast infections from underwear washed in Liquid Tide, and a friend of mine gets them from underwear washed in Wisk. again, try an eco brand, or something like Arm & Hammer fragrance free detergent. additives in bubble baths or bath salts, scented tampons or sanitary pads, or (heaven forbid) feminine deodorant sprays, can similarly trigger yeast infections.

condoms can promote yeast infections in two different ways. first, a lot of condoms come packaged with a lubricant that contains nonoxynol-9, a spermicide that may kill the HIV virus. a friend of mine has been insisting for years that she gets a yeast infection every time she comes in contact with the stuff. sure enough, several recent studies have shown that nonoxynol-9 is linked to yeast infections. if you suspect this is your problem, try using a condom that doesn't have a spermicidal lubricant, and use a different spermicide or additional barrier protection. condoms can also cause yeast infections if you are allergic to latex, although this is less common. if this is the case, don't give up hope on practicing safer sex. you may want to try some of the newer plastic (polyurethane) condoms for boys or girls.

diet: some people say that cutting down on yeast-containing foods helps lessen the intensity or frequency of vaginal yeast infections. i don't understand how this could matter, because the kind of yeast that's found in foods like bread or beer is not at all like the yeast found in the vagina. but hey, it can't hurt, and it might help. similarly, many people believe that high levels of sugar in your diet can contribute to yeast infections, presumably by elevating sugar levels in your urine, giving the yeast more food. i can't see how this could happen in a healthy person, but if you think it's a problem for you, cut down on your sugar and alcohol intake. it is clear that wimmin with poorly controlled diabetes get frequent yeast infections, precisely because of sugar in the urine. if you have frequent yeast infections and have other symptoms of diabetes, like you're always thirsty and you have to urinate often, go see a doctor. finally, most advocates of dietary causes also list caffeine as a factor. again, i don't understand the connection and personally can't imagine my life without caffeine, but it's up to you.

hormones, both naturally-occurring and artificially introduced, can affect yeast. for example, pregnant wimmin are particularly prone to yeast infections. many wimmin taking contraceptive pills experience regular yeast infections as their hormone levels fluctuate. i was on the pill for a while, and got a yeast infection every single month, right before my period. also, whether or not you're on the pill, yeast generally doesn't like the pH of menstrual blood, so mild yeast infections will often go away during your period. don't count your chickens, though, because the yeast will sometimes rebound as soon as your period is over. likewise, steroids used in the treatment of disorders like arthritis, asthma, or lupus can contribute to yeast infections.

injury to the vulvar or vaginal membranes can lead to a yeast infection. this is almost always due to too much friction with not enough lubrication. in other words, if you or someone else is rubbing something in your vagina or against your crotch, be sure you're really wet. and if you're not wet enough on your own, don't be shy about adding lubrication, but be smart about what you use: oil-based products, like vaseline, break down latex; and even non-oily handcreams contain dyes and perfumes that can cause yeast infections! spit works, but only for a bit, and some people think it can lead to yeast infections. your best bet is to use a product designed as a sex lubricant, like K-Y (cheap but nasty), or better yet, Astroglide, Wet, or Probe (more expensive, but slipperier and longer-lasting; check your local pharmacy to see what they have).

sexual transmission: Candida can be transmitted between people by direct contact, and so can actually be a sexually-transmitted disease. lesbian partners are particularly susceptible to passing yeast infections back and forth, so if you or your lover has an active infection you should be extra-careful to follow the safer sex guidelines: wash your hands or change your gloves in between touching your own crotch and your partner's, and keep your toys clean clean clean. and you should be aware that men can get yeast infections, often without symptoms. it's not uncommon for a yeast-infected woman who has unprotected sex with a man to infect her lover, treat her own infection, and then get reinfected next time she has sex with him. if you think your male lover might have a yeast infection, get him some treatment, and practice safe sex at least until both of you are sure that your infections are gone.

weakened immune system: wimmin with compromised immune systems due to HIV or Lyme disease are extremely prone to suffering from yeast infections. in addition to vaginal yeast infections, such people are particularly susceptible to thrush, a yeast infection of the throat, or esophageal yeast infections. the web contains several good fact sheets on candida infections in people with HIV, like those from Project Inform, the Community Aids Treatment Exchange / Reseau communautaire d'info-traitements sida, and the AIDS Treatment Data Network.

mandy7
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:38 AM
as always you show your ignorance

I'm not ignorant, i'm just carefree when it comes to infections :D.
I'm not gonna read that endless post, that just tires me and would distract me from my work too much.
Infections don't worry me. Bacterias and stuff just don't stand a chance, they're all killed by all the chemicals we have in our lovely skies :lol:


well anyway, this will help you diagnose your on coming yeast infect. though now i am thinking i hope you get it in your throat instead. :lol: that would be fitting. :)

And that's just very rude :rolleyes:.
I'd never wish anyone that.

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:42 AM
OMG...I hope you find them and kill them! That is so scary to find insects crawling around, running the joint like they own it. :unsure: I hate them. I would be scared as hell as well. :(

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:44 AM
I'm not ignorant, i'm just carefree when it comes to infections :D.
I'm not gonna read that endless post, that just tires me and would distract me from my work too much.
Infections don't worry me. Bacterias and stuff just don't stand a chance, they're all killed by all the chemicals we have in our lovely skies :lol:



And that's just very rude :rolleyes:.
I'd never wish anyone that.

YEP!!! the throat sounds about right! :devil: :bounce: :lol: :lol: :hatoff:

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:45 AM
I can handle most insects except for those doggone centipedes:eek:


My mom built a spa in her bathroom and they found petrified HUGE numbers of them in her wall and she had the audacity to keep them and show them to me damn it..........

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:45 AM
OMG...I hope you find them and kill them! That is so scary to find insects crawling around, running the joint like they own it. :unsure: I hate them. I would be scared as hell as well. :(
i know. :scared:

Maryamator
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:46 AM
Um, locate it and throw a magazine at it :o
poor magazine:awww::p

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:46 AM
OMG what will you do in Honduras? You wouldn't believe the bugs I saw in Costa Rica!! :eek: Better get some sensitization training now!!

Shoot I won't be heading anywhere like that unless I can smuggle my brother's Chinese Water Dragons in........:eek:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:46 AM
I can handle most insects except for those doggone centipedes:eek:


My mom built a spa in her bathroom and they found petrified HUGE numbers of them in her wall and she had the audacity to keep them and show them to me damn it..........
http://smilies.vidahost.com/cwm/cwm/eek2.gif
i would have been pissed!!!

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:50 AM
http://smilies.vidahost.com/cwm/cwm/eek2.gif
i would have been pissed!!!


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

You don't know the half of it Jiggly. I hate earwigs too. Even though those little bastards are actually harmless as hell, those pincers are enough to send me running to China.

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:51 AM
Shoot I won't be heading anywhere like that unless I can smuggle my brother's Chinese Water Dragons in........:eek:
my grandmother is there. so i am going to see here.

oh my god, i wish i could find the picture of this massive poisonous millipede that crawled into the dorms when i was in japan. :eek: It was some scary shit!! it was like 24 inches long :eek:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:51 AM
Jiggly have you done it yet? :o You'd better search for them and get rid of them fast before they spend the night mating and tomorrow morning you'll find little bug bambinos :eek:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:53 AM
Jiggly have you done it yet? :o You'd better search for them and get rid of them fast before they spend the night mating and tomorrow morning you'll find little bug bambinos :eek:
:eek: i have not found them. maybe they crawled out the door :)

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:53 AM
my grandmother is there. so i am going to see here.

oh my god, i wish i could find the picture of this massive poisonous millipede that crawled into the dorms when i was in japan. :eek: It was some scary shit!! it was like 24 inches long :eek:

Millipede? I know they can get as big as centipedes but I never have heard of them being poisonous like the Giant Centipede is.

pla
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:53 AM
Jiggly, take the vacuum-cleaner and attack :smash: :lol:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:55 AM
Jiggly, take the vacuum-cleaner and attack :smash: :lol:Won't they just crawl out of the vacuum when you turn it off :unsure:

Jiggly, you must search every crevace of your house now before you go to bed. If they crawled out of your door, they could just crawl right back in! Install a weatherstrip or something. :o

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:56 AM
Won't they just crawl out of the vacuum when you turn it off :unsure:




:lol: :lol:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:57 AM
:lol: :lol:
:confused:

pla
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:59 AM
Won't they just crawl out of the vacuum when you turn it off :unsure:

Jiggly, you must search every crevace of your house now before you go to bed. If they crawled out of your door, they could just crawl right back in! Install a weatherstrip or something. :o

Ok, let me reveal the technique of the vacuum-cleaner. You suck out the buggs and then immediately throw the sac or the recipient ;). If they are not dead by the shock, they'll be collapsed :lol: and won't harm.

;) It works

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 09:59 AM
Millipede? I know they can get as big as centipedes but I never have heard of them being poisonous like the Giant Centipede is.
hmm we were told they were, but we could have been lied to. i would not put that past our professors. :lol:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:01 AM
Won't they just crawl out of the vacuum when you turn it off :unsure:

Jiggly, you must search every crevace of your house now before you go to bed. If they crawled out of your door, they could just crawl right back in! Install a weatherstrip or something. :o

but the house has three floors. [/whine] cant i just close my eyes and pretend its not there like erika said?[/:baby:]

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:03 AM
but the house has three floors. [/whine] cant i just close my eyes and pretend its not there like erika said?[/:baby:]


Yeah then you wake up in the middle of the night and what is sleeping on your pillow next to you? BUT THEM! :scared:

Its happened before...to ME! :eek: :hysteric: :crying2: :sobbing:

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:05 AM
:confused:

Sorry cause it's true. People seem to think using a vacuum is a death sentence for a bug and normally it isn't unless you throw the bag away.

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:05 AM
Ok, let me reveal the technique of the vacuum-cleaner. You suck out the buggs and then immediately throw the sac or the recipient ;). If they are not dead by the shock, they'll be collapsed :lol: and won't harm.

;) It works:hearts: Do Black and Deckers work the same way :devil:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:06 AM
:eek: Yeah then you wake up in the middle of the night and what is sleeping on your pillow next to you? BUT THEM! :scared:

Its happened before...to ME! :eek: :hysteric: :crying2: :sobbing:
:eek: :help: :help:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:06 AM
Yeah then you wake up in the middle of the night and what is sleeping on your pillow next to you? BUT THEM! :scared:

Its happened before...to ME! :eek: :hysteric: :crying2: :sobbing:
:eek::hug::bolt: Gross gross gross gross gross!

Has anyone ever, woke up with one in their mouth before?! :bolt:

Jakeev
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:07 AM
hmm we were told they were, but we could have been lied to. i would not put that past our professors. :lol:

Millipedes are docile but they do omit a fould odor to thwart predators. If you got it on your hands, you would not want it on your mouth or nose.

But as far as I know, there are no attacking Millipedes on the planet.

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:07 AM
Sorry cause it's true. People seem to think using a vacuum is a death sentence for a bug and normally it isn't unless you throw the bag away.
:scared: I knew it! But anyway you don't ALWAYS replace the vacuum bag do you? So Jiggly, vacuum is a no-go :sad:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:08 AM
:eek::hug::bolt: Gross gross gross gross gross!

Has anyone ever, woke up with one in their mouth before?! :bolt:
they say people eat like 8 spiders in there sleep every year. :eek:

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:09 AM
they say people eat like 8 spiders in there sleep every year. :eek:
I know :sad: I think I'll have to wire my mouth shut just in case I yawn in the middle of the night or something :sad:

I wonder how they taste? :-s

TF Chipmunk
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:10 AM
Anyway, I'm off to bed now :scared: I'm not sure how I can sleep now :fiery: I'll probably even have nightmares of gigantic spiders and millipedes now :sobbing:

:wavey:

pla
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:11 AM
:hearts: Do Black and Deckers work the same way :devil:

All the vacuum-cleaners should work :lol: But I wouldn't take one without a looooong grip ;) :bolt:

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:16 AM
Oh hell no and damn you Jiggy! I got curious and looked up millipedes and centipedes...:o OMG...youtube...OH no...-TRAUMA-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CL2hetqpfg&mode=related&search=
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3APJA0EedSE&mode=related&search=

drake3781
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:18 AM
You are not gonna believe this, but I just saw a bug walking across my bed!! I quickly got it on a piece of paper and threw it out the window!!! It looked like a small roach but not quite as bad. Actually the cat saw it and she is looking for it right now.... she is a good bug hunter.

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:19 AM
You are not gonna believe this, but I just saw a bug walking across my bed!! I quickly got it on a piece of paper and threw it out the window!!! It looked like a small roach but not quite as bad. Actually the cat saw it and she is looking for it right now.... she is a good bug hunter.


I need a cat. :sad:

mandy7
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:20 AM
ok, enough amateur advice..
here's what you gotta do

do you smoke? you don't seem like the type that smokes
anyways, get a lighter
do you have deodorant? you don't seem like the type that uses deo.
but anyways, get some spray with chemicals...

track the bugs down, and then light the flame, spray the deo (or whatever you use) over the flame
and they'll be histiry :devil:

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:22 AM
ok, enough amateur advice..
here's what you gotta do

do you smoke? you don't seem like the type that smokes
anyways, get a lighter
do you have deodorant? you don't seem like the type that uses deo.
but anyways, get some spray with chemicals...

track the bugs down, and then light the flame, spray the deo (or whatever you use) over the flame
and they'll be histiry :devil:


And so will your wall, floor or whatever else they were crawling on. :lol: :lol:

mandy7
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:23 AM
And so will your wall, floor or whatever else they were crawling on. :lol: :lol:

dude, don't bother me with tiny little details :p

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:23 AM
dude, don't bother me with tiny little details :p

:tape:

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:24 AM
Did anyone check out those Youtube videos? :unsure:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:25 AM
You are not gonna believe this, but I just saw a bug walking across my bed!! I quickly got it on a piece of paper and threw it out the window!!! It looked like a small roach but not quite as bad. Actually the cat saw it and she is looking for it right now.... she is a good bug hunter.
:eek: :eek: i need a cat!!!

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:25 AM
Did anyone check out those Youtube videos? :unsure:
too scared!!! :eek:

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:27 AM
too scared!!! :eek:


You should be. THEY ARE VERY VERY SCARY. :lol: :tape:

All I must say is...poor mice. :sad:

drake3781
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:30 AM
This is getting ridiculous. A little spider just CRAWLED ACROSS MY STOMACH AND CHEST in my bed!!! Very fast. I am not making this up!!!

Thankfully I'm not too scared of bugs. That one was too fast and I didn't catch him.

~{X}~
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:32 AM
This is getting ridiculous. A little spider just CRAWLED ACROSS MY STOMACH AND CHEST in my bed!!! Very fast. I am not making this up!!!

Thankfully I'm not too scared of bugs. That one was too fast and I didn't catch him.


:eek:

Wigglytuff
Jul 14th, 2006, 10:32 AM
This is getting ridiculous. A little spider just CRAWLED ACROSS MY STOMACH AND CHEST in my bed!!! Very fast. I am not making this up!!!

Thankfully I'm not too scared of bugs. That one was too fast and I didn't catch him.
:eek: http://smilies.vidahost.com/contrib/ruinkai/spidereekA.gif

rebel_ffighter
Jul 14th, 2006, 11:29 AM
This is getting ridiculous. A little spider just CRAWLED ACROSS MY STOMACH AND CHEST in my bed!!! Very fast. I am not making this up!!!

Thankfully I'm not too scared of bugs. That one was too fast and I didn't catch him.

I would probably faint if I was in ur place at the moment! :eek:

fnuf7
Jul 14th, 2006, 12:10 PM
I hate bugs! :bolt: I just hate any insect which has wings or multiple legs (which pretty much defines any generic bug ;) ) I just can't stand to go to sleep if I know there is a bug in the same room :scared: I have to know exactly where it is and get rid of it either by capturing it and taking it outside or by killing it...

thalle
Jul 14th, 2006, 12:23 PM
they say people eat like 8 spiders in there sleep every year. :eek:
i thought it was more:o like 15... once I thought it was 50, but... they are full of proteins, remember that. i feel sad for the vegetarians though...

I live in a basement so in the summer (now) I often get a visit from spiders with legs that are around 3-5 cm each... they are pretty creepy. i use the glass-paper method, then run down to the end of the road, place the glass with the spider in, screams hystical while I remove the glass and runs away like fire in my ass...

but else, just place a glass over it, and let it die from lack of oxygen:)

fnuf7
Jul 14th, 2006, 01:22 PM
but else, just place a glass over it, and let it die from lack of oxygen:)

My dad (when he was a smoker) used to place a glass over the bugs I hated the most ie: wasps and then exhale all his smoke under the glass to create a mini gas chamber, I used to love that for some evil reason! :devil: ;)

Jakeev
Jul 16th, 2006, 11:18 AM
I need a cat. :sad:

One year when I was living at home I heard this piercing scream downstairs and when I ran down the stairs my mother was screaming bloody murder cause our Cat Meesh had found a large American Roach ( ugh I can't stand those) and dumped it right on the sink where my mom was making dinner.

To this day we tell that story with a lot of laughter even though at that time it wasn't funny.:lol: :lol: