Fleas and mosquito bite
Anthony W. Cynor
acynor at fullerton.edu
Sat Apr 8 20:01:39 EDT 2000
Oh yes, there probably are a number of them in the area. Never could
get rid of them until we tried this. Wear white shoes, socks and pants.
Get some duct tape and fold it sticky side out. Walk around and see
where the fleas jump up on you. Swat em with the sticky tape! Keep
doing that with lots of tape and you may get rid of them since they seem
to be in certain areas. Me and a friend of mine got rid of them that
way although it took about three weeks. Never seen em again. Hope your
property is not too large!
Check out your friends diet and perfume regarding the mosquitoes.
Dave Clermont wrote:
> There must be someone out there that can explain the reason why i am
> the ultimate victim for those bloodsuckers
> My cats brought fleas inside and i am litterally eaten alive by those
> little stingers (most concentrated on the legs)
> If i were to be with 5 different person with 1 mosquito in the room,
> it will go for me
> Same for fleas : i am covered with bites and my girlfriend will not
> have 1 single bite , while i get drained out of my blood!
> There must be a difference in my blood (blood type, SUGAR, OR PROTEINS
> , OR???) or in my natural body scent, but i cannot find any infos
> about it , and then the ultimate question ::
> HOW DO I GET RID OF BEING THEIR FAVORITE MEAL?
> IS THERE SOME KIND OF REPELLENT?OR THINGS I SHOULD AVOID EATING OR
> START EATING??
> I will get rid of them with a exterminator but i want to know how to
> avoid being the first one on their menu , all the time
> Thanks for anyone that will come up with the divine answer to this
> intriguing question
> Dave (scratching like a sandblast)
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