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    Bloody Mozzies

    Well it is now seven weeks since I stubbed out my last durry. I must be pretty much de-toxified by now, because every mozzie and sandfly in a five mile radius has decided they like the taste of my sweet, sweet blood.

    Anyone else find themselves having to stock up on the aerogard and mosquito coils?



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    I was left alone quite a bit this summer, but apparently they are drawn to body heat not blood, maybe getting off the durries has increased your blood circulation and warmed you up, few ice packs should help!

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    Oh great, time to add some ice to the tea tree infusion.

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    I know, a big hat with mosquito net hanging off it, you could add a PV lanyard to dangle in front of your face and maybe a drink holder on the brim!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tally-ho View Post
    Well it is now seven weeks since I stubbed out my last durry. I must be pretty much de-toxified by now, because every mozzie and sandfly in a five mile radius has decided they like the taste of my sweet, sweet blood.

    Anyone else find themselves having to stock up on the aerogard and mosquito coils?



    (sent from my tea tree infused bath tub)
    I noticed the same thing after I quit coffin nails, I suddenly became attractive to flying vermin and I don't like it, not one bit, I think the cigs made our blood untasty.........

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    yup, and the lingering smell of ciggie smoke made my house unattractive as well. now every earwig, millipede, ant and lil brown beetle thingee has decided they like the smell of vapour
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    Same here. Hadn't had a bite in years and loved to tell people how impervious I was. Get bitten all the time now.

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    Yup Ripple, after years of being pretty much immune to the little buggers I'm gonna have to build a whole new set of habits. Maybe I should invest in that netted hat? seeing as I've got mozzie bites on my ears, my fricking EARS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tally-ho View Post
    Yup Ripple, after years of being pretty much immune to the little buggers I'm gonna have to build a whole new set of habits. Maybe I should invest in that netted hat? seeing as I've got mozzie bites on my ears, my fricking EARS!!!
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    had a bat flying around my bedroom the last few nights, just found the little bugger is tucking himself into the curtain folds nice and snug.
    tempted to leave him to do its job, might be less mozzies for me.
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