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Sunday, December 18, 2005

Bug Expertise Wanted

Hey... does anybody knows wtf is this bug? In the last month i've found a loooot of this everywhere. In the bathroom, in my room, in the aisle (for the italians: this word has to be pronounced 'eil'... even the english speakers don't know why there is a S in the middle that you don't pronounce). This guy in particular was found in Noelle's room... but i cought it under a CD box. I'm worried because the shape remembers me a creature from the Giurassic Age and if you compare the size with the speed you will notice that by foot it can goes more than the fastest car the man has ever produced. Do you think it can transmit the bir flu? Or just sexual deseases? Anyway.. if somebody has any suggestion or info about this beast, please drop a comment before all the relatives come to establish in his new home. I think David will suggest Green Tea to reduce the reproduction rate but i think it will be hard to convince it to have tea.. i think it's more addicted to dust and pieces of food left on the floor. George

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Blogger Catalonic said...

In America, we call those bugs ´Silverfish´. You may think I´m being sarcastic, but its true.
I don´t know what the technical name is, but I do know that they carry bird flu, and that they crawl in your ears at night and dry hump your ear drums. So if you hear a melodic ´boom, boom, boom´at night, it´s not coming from the other room (unless Noelle lives next to you) but rather from the ´Silverfish´doin the old cocker spaniel on your inner ear like it was a shin bone.

Silverfish

Scientific name: Lepisma saccharina Linnaeus
(Thysanura: Lepismatidae)

Facts: Silverfish are considered very primitive insects. They are flattened from top to bottom and have a scale-like covering that gives them a silvery appearance. These insects are a pest in homes and in libraries, where they can damage books. They require very little water but do need a source of sugar or starch in their diet. Silverfish have long antennae and three long tail-like structures (cerci) on the end of the abdomen.

10:10 AM

 
Blogger NoellieBellie said...

Um, it was found in my room and you suggest it carries SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES? What are you trying to say, George?

Sheesh. They have been in the bathroom mostly... it feels like NYC again!

10:40 AM

 
Blogger NoellieBellie said...

One more thing... they definitely like paper. Could it be a result of all these cases we have lying around? Most likely!

These are INTELLIGENT primitive bugs, okay people?

10:42 AM

 
Blogger George said...

maybe they like toilet paper

10:47 AM

 
Blogger NoellieBellie said...

Also, could you please get rid of the bug now? I can´t believe you left it on my desk like that!!! I´ll be home any minute so it better not be there when I arrive!

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Blogger George said...

noellie I can't kill such an innocent creature.. especially in christmas' time

2:46 PM

 
Blogger NoellieBellie said...

Well I flushed it down the toilet!

4:02 PM

 
Blogger Catalonic said...

Goodbye sweet Silverfish of the blog. You may be prehistoric and scaly, but you brought joy into our lives (and possibly bird flu) and we will never forget you for that.

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