I’m sure you’ll all agree that this was the only way to remedy this tricky situation.
So you got it, right? It might still be out there.
Ah, the Dwayne Hicks method. Nuke it from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure.
Thank god it wasn’t a cockroach. Those things just move next door and wait for you to rebuild.
I once lived in an apartment that must have been listed on some cricket website because we had a creepy amount of crickets coming in. One day I caught three trying to come in under my door at once.
Out in the country here, we don’t get field crickets in the house.
But we get cave crickets that make their way up from the basement (or sometimes through the pipes). They don’t make noise (except when you hear them landing after they jump) but they get monstrously big and look real ugly.
The field crickets pretty much stay outside (unless they wander in through the pipes), but are plenty loud along with the frogs.
That sounds…WAY WORSE!
Yesterday somehow a slug found the way into my room.
I had no idea how it got there in the middle of the room.
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