Bugs (25)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2010-04-18 03:39 ID:mmBFWdlw

Don't you hate it when a bug is flying around the computer screen and you are forced to squish it leaving icky bug-gut-goo on your hands?

2 Name: Bola : 2010-04-18 03:58 ID:buB4u905


3 Name: Felton0fanatic : 2010-04-18 13:57 ID:I7bB+e/j

Pffft, I squash em with something else. And when I miss a moth I've been trying to squash, it flutters at me and I scream and run away, because there's something scary about moths! D: Anyway, so I use something long range... If I can.

4 Name: btvsfifi : 2010-04-19 05:00 ID:q3XcfIJy

Bugs aren't too bad but don't you just hate it when there's a fly in your room and you can hear it but can't see it?!!?!?!

5 Name: kestrel : 2010-04-20 03:21 ID:uGEaoCxL

or a spider it took me 20 minutes to get the courage to catch a spider that was in my room the other day and i didnt even have to touch it.

6 Name: Helen : 2010-04-21 11:26 ID:6mkgunCE

or wasps crawling on the floor..... cos u can't squish it or it'll hurt :(

7 Name: Lupa Dracolis : 2010-04-21 14:46 ID:hkS5Zxid

My brother sat on an ants' nest once, when he was three. Let's just say that the term 'ants in your pants' is a rather accurate description.

8 Name: captinifeelwozey : 2010-04-21 16:41 ID:C3sAs2PO

Try 4 wasps and 1 bee, entering my room at differet times of the day, my cat thought I was going insane running in and out my room... also I got chased around the car park by a wasp!! not fun! and I dont condone killing animals even insects... but spiders I can turn a blind eye at!

9 Name: RayRay : 2010-04-21 22:25 ID:L010uMDf

Arachnids and insects aren't animals. I only kill spiders though, if I can stop freaking out long enough anyway.

10 Name: Felton0fanatic : 2010-04-22 13:10 ID:YlI42p9T

I got stung by a wasp on my eleventh birthday... Been afraid of them since. Also, is it normal for a wasp sting to leave a scar?

11 Name: Elkkun : 2010-04-23 08:11 ID:vhnCss8p

I'm terrified of Bees, Wasps and anything what makes a loud buzzing noise unless it's something non-insect...

Spiders my mum gets and puts outside. I don't mind flies, hate bluebottles D: I love most types of bugs though :3 When I was younger I tried picking up a beetle and it bit me :/ So I squished it, serves it right for trying to eat me.

...I still feel guilty though. (I feel guilty if I kill a bug or hurt something D: )

12 Name: BlackMage16 : 2010-04-24 05:25 ID:w0rXLurZ

Spiders, spiders, spiders...I freaking hate spiders.
When I was a kid, I couldn't go near them and had to get my brother to kill 'em for me. :(

13 Name: Anonymous : 2010-04-24 10:37 ID:mmBFWdlw

GAH!!! Don't even mention spiders, uuhhhgg! shudders
I'm 16 and I still need my dad if there's a spider in my bedroom!

14 Name: Freakybitch : 2010-05-05 15:02 ID:twv+DFs1

I like spiders :) there usefull and eat all the anoying, buzzing, loud insects that bother me. Anyway, did you know that the average person, when they sleep, eats about 5 spiders a year?

15 Name: ... : 2010-05-05 15:43 ID:CrQ46N8T


16 Name: Fee : 2010-05-06 08:23 ID:2iaaPSCI

>>14 I thought it was three.

As ... said, it's not true anyway.

Funny how that's the fact that everyone knows...

17 Name: KiteRunner : 2010-05-08 13:13 ID:3+1cGuYD

You're right, it is rather strange how everybody thinks that. But then I suppose it just goes to show how humans will propagate useless and false information ^^

But once I read a story about how some girl found out she had a live spider in her ear, along with two dead, after having been to see her doctor complaining of fuzzy hearing. So I always try to have my hair hanging over my ears as much as possible when I sleep, as childish as that sounds.

Paranoia knows no bounds.

18 Name: ... : 2010-05-08 14:14 ID:CrQ46N8T

~Does the same, and cannot sleep if not completely cocooned by duvet for protection~

19 Name: KiteRunner : 2010-05-09 02:09 ID:3+1cGuYD

Good to know I'm not the only person who does that.

Although, during the summer, I'm inclined to stick my feet out the side of my duvet-cocoon despite the impending threat of insects.

20 Name: RL & CE : 2010-05-12 09:13 ID:FwIKHl/k

I hate spiders... hate them. And I totally suspect them to crawl into wet places, such as a mouth hanging open when one's asleep. At least, when they are eaten by a human, they will DIE! MUHAHAHAHAHA!
(I still get my father to catch them, but I always feel guilty when I hear that cracking sound when he squashes them... and at the same time, my father finds it rather... satisfying, I think. sick sick sick man.)

21 Name: Lupa Dracolis : 2010-05-12 23:27 ID:QUtM9vLu

I do the whole squealy girl thing when no-one's around, and usually end up losing it, or getting it in a cup it and chucking it out the window. However, it seems I'm a lot braver around insects and spiders when I'm at school/camping, and there are a whole load of squealy girls. Then I can quite happily trap it in my hand, and take it somewhere it won't get squished.

22 Name: fan-to-fiction : 2010-06-17 12:01 ID:RHvLAJgw

I don't mind spiders, they eat those stupid mosquitos in my room. So I don't care as long as they do not hang right over my head. It are wasps that I'm afraid of, because they can sting repeatedly and still not die.
Also those exotic insects that are big, hairy, scary, poisonous, etc. that are not common in Belgium.

As for the fact of eating spiders: Spiders can't stand the heat of your flesh, so they don't want to come near you at all. Also, with the slightest suction (like your breathing) they turn tail and flee.

23 Name: ... : 2010-06-18 12:25 ID:CrQ46N8T


Why is she screaming? She is not afraid of spiders. If she were afraid of spiders, she would have kept her eyes open at all times, as she would be certain that there were at least ten hidden in various places in the room. She would not stay in the shower long, as she would be certain that a spider would turn up to keep her company, possibly on a journey to explore the realms past the plughole. The idea that a web could go unnoticed is laughable.

(There is a black 3mm spider in my bathroom at the moment. It dangles from the shower rail. I killed the brown 4mm one that had the nerve to lounge around on the toilet seat, and I haven't seen the black 5cm one for nearly a month now. The black 3cm one is also missing, presumed outside. There is a black 2mm one on my ceiling. It killed a fly whose carcass now dangles in an irritating manner. There is a 1cm brown spider on a web above my front door, and a 2.5cm black spider near the milkbottles. IF YOU ARE AFRAID OF SPIDERS YOU ARE ALWAYS WATCHING, ALWAYS. YOU KNOW ALL THEIR HAUNTS. YOU KNOW THEIR PATHS. YOU KNOW THEIR MINDS.)

24 Name: ... : 2010-06-18 13:03 ID:CrQ46N8T

(New 1cm black spider spotted on bathroom wall. Nest suspected. Probably located behind broken extractor fan.)

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