ceres wrote: »
That seems like a huge number of them for there not to be more around.
Sterica wrote: »
I know my last visit to my grandpa on his deathbed was to find out how the whole Nazi werewolf thing turned out.
JaysonFour wrote: »
We've got a bit of an ant problem ourselves. The difference here is that it's an outside problem- they've been infesting our mailbox for what seems like the last few months. It's to the point where we have to have even the smallest packages delivered to the door because if there's any kind of hole in the package, they have no problem diving right in. I'm tired of knocking ants off our mail.
Our mailbox is a wooden post set in the ground with a plastic mailbox on the top. We don't know if these are carpenters or just amazingly placed regular black ants. What kind of pest control should I go with to kill these damn things off?
There are a bunch with wings we've been knocking off the mail, so they might have just started to establish new colonies, if that means anything.
Fry wrote: »
My house has...a lot of house centipedes. My roommate claims he has seen as many as nine at one time in his room. Fortunately I've only ever seen at most one at a time in my room, and rather infrequently.
ArbitraryDescriptor wrote: »
I will raise you one praying mantis acting like a two year old, by swaying whenever my dumb cellphone camera tried to focus on it.
(Linked for "no idea how large that is")
italianranma wrote: »
Ok I've got two!First is this terror who has her web over the window preventing my escape.
And the second is this guy who is hunting me where I hide.
I think I've identified the first as Ithaqua who can control snow and ice and walk on air as easily as if it were land.
The second I'm not as sure of, might it be Shub-Niggurath black goat of the woods and mother to a thousand young?
This is likely my final entry...
Ringo wrote: »
Well except what see317 said. That guy's always wrong.