I’ve got the bus fare for going green!!!! Or do I?

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“It’s raining spiders, seriously. Maybe that’s a bad sign, and for the children’s sake treat with care

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It’s no wonder how he got his name

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So it’s October and Halloween is coming, I’ve been bugging out trying to decide what to wear, any suggestions?

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“EYE” See you…

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The itsy bitsy spider (or The eensy weensy spider)
climbed up the water spout.
Down came the rain
and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun
and dried up all the rain.
And the itsy bitsy spider (or eensy weensy spider)
climbed up the wall again…. and we had him stuffed and mounted into a clock…mom still hasn’t recovered.

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AWWW Man, I need to get a “bigger” termite swatter (flyswatter)!!!

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A saying comes to mind that I heard often growing up, but let me tell you if your facing a “bald faced hornet”. you may want to just tred lightly and for today I will share that saying.
“Restless thoughts, like a deadly swarm of hornets arm’d, no sooner found alone, but rush upon me thronging.” -John Milton

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No Spider's here honey!

No spider’s under here hon, it must be your imagination, I am a trained professional I can find these buggers in my sleep!

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The old saying goes–”the only thing that can survive a nuclear blast will be a roach”. The fact of the matter is that roaches can withstand 105,000 rems (rem is a measurement of radiation) which is the equivalent of a thermonuclear explosion. Humans can only stand about 800. So I’m thinking a bug bomb doesn’t stand a chance, so why do people buy them by the case and set far to many off in their home. Mask or not, roaches can survive a fogging.

roach with mask lolbugz.com

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