Wednesday, August 18th, 2010
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The Summer Of Bedbugs

I think that, as New Yorkers, we should pretty much just accept that we're all going to get bedbugs at some point soon. They are unavoidable, like Duane Reade or piss on the sidewalk. I'm itchy already.

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UUUUGGGGGHHHHHH. Can't you guys get this fixed. I want to visit your fucking city but this is not helping.

Tuna Surprise (#573)

You can stay with me. My mice keep the bedbugs away.

Thanks Tuna but I keep reading about them in stores and now movie theaters. I know they are in LA too but they haven't turned up in my area yet. I wanted to visit in September before the weather got too cold but I think I will wait until spring.

@Tuna: I trust you have a falcon to keep the mice population down.

Tuna Surprise (#573)

@CF: I knew there was a missing link in my plan. Allergic to cats so I suffer being an forced landlord to a brood of adorable–but that doesn't stop me from poisoning them–mice.

Bittersweet (#765)

@Tuna: they're only adorable 'til you pick up Hanta virus and Lyme.

C_Webb (#855)

Seriously, isn't there anything that eats bedbugs? Should I get a bat?

C_Webb (#855)

DO NOT WANT. Maybe the mutant alligators will come before I get bedbugs?

propertius (#361)

I would try centipedes. I had a population of the small, common house centipedes that came out of a plant that I got. They come out at night, are harmless, and will try to eat any bug they bump into.

Diane47 (#2,911)

Apparently it's only the democrats among you that have to worry:
http://palousitics.blogspot.com/2010/08/bed-bugs-favor-democrats.html

Screen Name (#2,416)

That's it. After tonight I'm not sleeping in any more movie theaters.

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