I wonder

if gasoline and a match would make maggots go away.Β  What do you think?

The maggots are outside, by the way.

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17 thoughts on “I wonder

  1. punctuation

    NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!

    Gasoline = liquid that gets into all the cracks beneath your house.

    Gasoline = liquid that produces HIGHLY combustible and explosive vapour.

    Match = perfect way to make gasoline vapour explode.

    House/Lisa/Dogs/TLK = not very good at withstanding explosions and fire, particularly from explosive gas hidden in cracks beneath house.

    The fumes alone, even without being lit, can make you very very ill.

    Conclusion: Boiling water and salt for a short-term fix, call the pest control people for a proper fix.

    You were just kidding, right? πŸ™‚

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  2. Lisa

    Brennig – These happen to be the real thing… the creepy, crawly sort.

    Ian – Yes, lol.. I am just getting tired of looking at the maggots. I promise not to toss gasoline on them. πŸ™‚

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  3. Fletch

    DO IT… Go on…

    Oh and make sure it’s Unleaded, it burns a lot better… and don’t forget to use plenty…! (Just think drunk Uncle trying to get the summer BBQ going… Yes use that much!)

    :O)

    Ciao Caio

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  4. Lisa

    LOL… turns out the manager thinks someone may have vacated without notice. They are going to serve a vacate notice and get the bugs taken care of on Monday. Ergh.

    Retch. πŸ˜›

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  5. Lisa Post author

    Tan – We canNOT see the maggots. πŸ™‚ I had pictures, but they were gross.

    Melissa – There were only small ants, but there were birds. The birds had a feast on the maggots, which are thankfully gone now.

    BD – Well, Ginger DOES resemble a coyote if you hold her face just right (or put a mask on her), so I guess that would be ok… \

    Of course, that’s where the food chain stops.

    Not
    one
    word
    from any of you! πŸ™‚

    LOL

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