There's a fly buzzing round my room

jatin

Reserve Team
hmm..since the thread was poor enough..i decided to further ennervate it..

yes..i posted in it!

and for those who havent scored any goals in a while...

i was walkin down d road today wen i saw ya runnin ...
 

BruceLeefan

Club Supporter
Dont kill the fly. It is you, who annoys yourself, fly has nothing to do with it. For that matter just go and kill yourself!
 

bjmenge

The Man From Ohio
King, I'd like to see some more effort out of you on those sig bars. You've been in poor form, a bit of a rut some might say, lately. Let's see something new, shall we?
 

rony31

Team Captain
$teauA;2312265 said:
Step 1: take a dump on your carpet
Steop 2: too many posibilities to list

just reminded me of the Beavis & Butthead episode when they try to kill the fly... subsequently tried to find it online and couldn't, now I'm in a bout of depression :(
 

goal_machine84

Senior Squad
Will;2311980 said:
It's annoying the fuck out of me.

How should I kill it?

"Flies have a very highly-evolved evasion reaction which helps to ensure their survival. It is possible to confuse a fly's evasion system by swatting it with two objects simultaneously from different directions. The holes in a fly swatter minimise the air current which warns the fly of being hit, whilst reducing air resistance and increasing speed of the swat. This evasion reaction can also be used against the fly. Clapping your hands several inches above the fly will cause it to try to escape, usually into your just closing hands. A successful method of removing flies from living spaces is to use a vacuum cleaner equipped with a long (1m/3 feet)straight tube at the end of a flexible hose. Airborne flies can be chased with the tube and will eventually be sucked into it. Standing flies can be approached slowly with the tube (1cm/half-an-inch per second) and often they will not fly away and will be sucked into it."


"In colder climates, houseflies occur only with humans. They have a tendency to aggregate and are difficult to dispel. They are capable of carrying over 100 pathogens, such as typhoid, cholera, Salmonella, bacillary dysentery, tuberculosis, anthrax, ophthalmia, and parasitic worms. The flies in poorer and lower-hygiene areas usually carry more pathogens. Some strains have become immune to common insecticides."

:(
 

Kimikal™

Starting XI
goal_machine84;2312378 said:
"In colder climates, houseflies occur only with humans. They have a tendency to aggregate and are difficult to dispel. They are capable of carrying over 100 pathogens, such as typhoid, cholera, Salmonella, bacillary dysentery, tuberculosis, anthrax, ophthalmia, and parasitic worms. The flies in poorer and lower-hygiene areas usually carry more pathogens. Some strains have become immune to common insecticides."

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:nape:
 

goal_machine84

Senior Squad
goal_machine84;2312378 said:
"In colder climates, houseflies occur only with humans. They have a tendency to aggregate and are difficult to dispel. They are capable of carrying over 100 pathogens, such as typhoid, cholera, Salmonella, bacillary dysentery, tuberculosis, anthrax, ophthalmia, and parasitic worms. The flies in poorer and lower-hygiene areas usually carry more pathogens. Some strains have become immune to common insecticides."

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