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InvisiblePeterthinks
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    #10089974 - 04/01/09 08:17 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Damion5050]
    #10090007 - 04/01/09 08:22 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

fuck those bugs shit up! i have these little tiny black beetles, and they are just impossible to kill! i mean i have to practically use a hammer. I wish i knew what they were.


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    #10090047 - 04/01/09 08:29 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Peterthinks]
    #10090207 - 04/01/09 08:52 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I remember when I was in New Orleans there were bugs like that on the walls outside in the middle of the night but 100x bigger.... Like HUGE :confused:

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Blutjager]
    #10090266 - 04/01/09 09:00 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Nothing makes the pussy rate plummit like bugs in the house, nor do the ladies care if you know what kind they are lol. Clean that joint up son, (if its dirty). And if it isn't, call yourself an exterminator!

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Krenshaw]
    #10090348 - 04/01/09 09:11 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

that means its time to move


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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Blutjager]
    #10092622 - 04/02/09 06:58 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

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Blutjager said:
I remember when I was in New Orleans there were bugs like that on the walls outside in the middle of the night but 100x bigger.... Like HUGE :confused:




tree roaches my man. and they fly. if that aint enough to keep you away from tropical swamp land go there one night in the summer and turn on a floodlight for an hour. go toke a j or something and come back to a real horrorshow of an insect cloud.

too bad nola is so fuckin awesome.


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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: skattman1982]
    #10092863 - 04/02/09 08:30 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Time to buy a pet gecko? I had those before at my grandmas house, we didn't think it would be such a big problem until 3 weeks later they were EVERYWHERE.  We got rid of them by using a spray that was made from cedarcide concentrate because we have animals.

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Breakfast Crew]
    #10093023 - 04/02/09 09:13 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Definitely roaches.  I work in the restaurant industry, and at the last place I cooked at I would find those little bastards in the sinks every morning, crawling up from the sewers.  A month later there were huge fuckers every-goddamn-where.  If the climate where you live is anything like it is here at this time of year, there will probably be a lot more where that guy came from.

One time construction down the road from the restaurant hit a roach nest in one of the buried storm drains.  For almost a year the whole block looked like a scene from that movie with the giant spiders.  Except they were roaches.  And there were more of them.

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Breakfast Crew]
    #10094694 - 04/02/09 02:21 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

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Breakfast Crew said:
Time to buy a pet gecko? I had those before at my grandmas house, we didn't think it would be such a big problem until 3 weeks later they were EVERYWHERE.  We got rid of them by using a spray that was made from cedarcide concentrate because we have animals.




actually not a bad idea, if you have geckos native to you like most floridians they are easy to find. maybe see if you can get some native ones from a store and release them around your house, 2 or 3 at most will cover you. you probably wont see them much unless at night if you have lights on. i know mine are usually outside my lamps, in the garage, or if they are inside they chill behind picture frames and paintings.


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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: SillyBilly]
    #10094882 - 04/02/09 02:49 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I wouldn't get a gecko, most species are pretty slow (and overpriced). Look into anoles: Fast, cheap, and can live in most climates.

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: fltdriver82]
    #10094952 - 04/02/09 02:57 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

My father is an entomologist and owns a pest control business and Ive got a lot of experience with bugs and those are deff cockroaches.


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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: skattman1982]
    #10095315 - 04/02/09 03:50 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

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Blutjager said:
I remember when I was in New Orleans there were bugs like that on the walls outside in the middle of the night but 100x bigger.... Like HUGE :confused:




tree roaches my man. and they fly. if that aint enough to keep you away from tropical swamp land go there one night in the summer and turn on a floodlight for an hour. go toke a j or something and come back to a real horrorshow of an insect cloud.

too bad nola is so fuckin awesome.




I just wish that every piece of so called "Food" there did not look like someone vomited on it:projectile:.More than once I ordered the tamest thing I thought I could stomach on the menu and took one look at it and was like.... "Ummmm I'm sorry I cant eat this,it looks like someone already did" I think I ate once the whole time I was there unless you count desert,at least someone does not eat craw fish and than throw it up on a brownie sundae even there :lol: Is it really necessary that every thing you order there be completely unidentifiable and swimming or floating in a strange foul smelling liquid

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Re: Anyone know what kind of BUGS these are? [Re: Blutjager]
    #10095351 - 04/02/09 03:56 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Hit up the Arbys on Canal...I love all creole/cajun food.  Good shit!

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