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Originally Posted by KameleonTransAm
^ Wow another reason to dislike UF
Well we invented Gatorade so do they offset?
Love bugs are a PITA, and lots of rain recently means more of em. We got lucky in the early season in spring, but this one will hurt. I drive 450 miles interstate travel every week to work, so you can imagine my car washing fun!
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Originally Posted by JL ws-6
I don't send people on vacation often. But when I do, it's for 3 months minimum (in the best Dos equis voice possible)
I work in a restaraunt and we've had a problem recently with palmetto and love bugs. The other day the whole outside bar was covered in them. The bar, tables, umbrellas, everything. They were like a cloud, we decided to just close.
Tonight, in the upstairs restaraunt we had a palmetto bug crawl up a guys leg. He got up and starting freakishly shaking his leg. We all knew instantly what it was. Thankfully he didn't make too big of a scene and nobody else knew what it was, just thought he was weird. One of my friends was joking and said, "Just tell him welcome to Florida. It's not a roach. It's a palmetto bug and they're the state bird, get used to them."