|Braze - 2018-10-09 |
Not much like most other centipedes at all, actually! Still cool little dudes.
|15th - 2018-10-09 |
60 legs tops! Not 100! I love centipedes now.
|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2018-10-09 |
These things eat everything you don't want in your home: ants, roaches, silverfish, bedbugs, spiders, etc.. They're pretty clean as well, so just let them kill the other bugs for you.
Yeah,no matter how fastidious you are, if you don't have a few spiders and centipedes your house is probably gross in ways you don't even know about.
Spiders are a lot more charismatic, though.
|simon666 - 2018-10-09 |
The trend towards casual vernacular and intonation in formal writing and speaking--basically anything made for mass audiences--makes me feel like I'm being spoken to as if I were a child. Minus one star!
Well this was in my YouTube suggestions, so no surprise there
|Kid Fenris - 2018-10-09 |
They're surprisingly easy to catch, in my experience. Put a jar in front of them and they'll walk right in there.
Or just have a bathtub, sooner or later they'll end up falling in and getting trapped.
|Old_Zircon - 2018-10-09 |
My relationship to house centipedes is complicated. For the most part bugs don't phase e, and I usually like them, but house centipedes are second only to earwigs on my list of bugs that make my skin crawl. But ever since I learned about how good they are to have around the house back in the mid 2000s I've forced myself to tolerate them, and at worst I'll round them up and throw them out the window if I catch them pushing their luck by doing something like hanging out in my laundry hamper.
Also I've got an ex who grew up calling them "eyebrows," which makes them both more charming and more horrific.
Anyhow, this video is pretty white bread and bland but still, 5 stars for house centipedes.
|You People Are Idiots - 2018-10-09 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2018-10-09 |
House centipedes get to take it easy while the field centipedes suffer the whip.
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