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SubjectHow the FUCK do you get rid of cockroaches?! new Reply to this message
Posted bySnowball 2
Posted on01/16/06 10:00 PM



I fucking hate the place I moved into. It's a fucking dungeon. I'm a clean motherfucker and I take care of my shit. I've never seen a cockroach in my life before I moved into this fucking mildew palace. How do you kill them and keep them the fuck away>>!?!?! FUCK FUCK FUCK!






SubjectOne suggestion.... new Reply to this message
Posted byEvildrak
Posted on01/16/06 10:13 PM



> I fucking hate the place I moved into. It's a fucking dungeon. I'm a clean
> motherfucker and I take care of my shit. I've never seen a cockroach in my life
> before I moved into this fucking mildew palace. How do you kill them and keep
> them the fuck away>>!?!?! FUCK FUCK FUCK!
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http://www.epestsupply.com/cgi-bin/shopper.cgi?preadd=action&key=Demonpck...not like I have any firsthand EXPERIENCE with this sort of thing..

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SubjectThey check in but they don't check out. -nt- Ha ha ha new Reply to this message
Posted bypostamessage
Posted on01/16/06 11:00 PM



> I fucking hate the place I moved into. It's a fucking dungeon. I'm a clean
> motherfucker and I take care of my shit. I've never seen a cockroach in my life
> before I moved into this fucking mildew palace. How do you kill them and keep
> them the fuck away>>!?!?! FUCK FUCK FUCK!
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SubjectRe: How the FUCK do you get rid of cockroaches?! Reply to this message
Posted byjajig
Posted on01/16/06 11:25 PM



Buy about a dozen cockroach baits and stick them in dark corners and hard to get to places. They can walk on anything so the baits don't have to be flat on the ground.

Don't bother trying to spray your place that wont make any difference you'll need baits (traps) that you can get from any super market. Also remember for every cockroach you see there are three more you don't see.

I have birds and cockroaches love their food so I have to deal with a lot of them.

Edit: http://www.uky.edu/Ag/Entomology/entfacts/struct/ef614.htm


Subjectpickaxe -nt- impale those motherfuckers new Reply to this message
Posted byskydoune
Posted on01/17/06 00:51 AM



> I fucking hate the place I moved into. It's a fucking dungeon. I'm a clean
> motherfucker and I take care of my shit. I've never seen a cockroach in my life
> before I moved into this fucking mildew palace. How do you kill them and keep
> them the fuck away>>!?!?! FUCK FUCK FUCK!
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SubjectClass316? nt -Dean new Reply to this message
Posted byAnonymous (164.106.46.34)
Posted on01/17/06 08:08 AM



> I fucking hate the place I moved into. It's a fucking




SubjectMove -nt- somewhere colder new Reply to this message
Posted byMarv
Posted on01/17/06 08:19 AM








SubjectLudicrous -n-t it's below freezing here new Reply to this message
Posted bySnowball 2
Posted on01/17/06 08:37 PM



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SubjectI had a mouse for a while new Reply to this message
Posted byEon_Blue
Posted on01/17/06 09:06 PM



Wife wakes me up one night at about 3am - she hears a small scraping sound coming from the corner of the ceiling in the master bedroom. I take a mag lite and pound it against the ceiling, and we can hear something scurrying along above the paneling.

So I set up some hardcore old fashion mousetraps (I'm not about to glue this fucker down and release him into the wild or something - this is MY house, and he's invaded it - he's as good as dead). The problem is, I don't think he has access to anything but the ceiling, so setting them up on the floor is dangerous (for the kids), and likely worthless. I lift up a panel from the drop ceiling in the kitchen, and place it there. I'm told peanut butter drives these little fuckers wild, so I'm a little liberal in applying it.

I check them the next morning, and the little shit cleaned them off WITHOUT SETTING OFF THE TRAPS. Closer investigation shows that even if it did end up setting it off, there's not enough clearance to actually have it snap properly where I've got it.

So I find a better location, and set it up there. That night, I get up to get a drink, and I hear a snap in the kitchen, then some random scratching, then silence. Like I said, the drop ceiling only has a little bit of clearance, and I wasn't about to reach up there to check, so I grabbed the digital camera and stuffed it up there and snapped away. I wish I would have saved the picture, but to be honest, it creeped me out a little bit. The trap ended up snapping him just behind the ears, and his eyes were REALLY bulging out - it was actually pretty disturbing.

I ended up scooping him into a bag, and winging him into the woods outside. Hopefully some raccoon will get into it and choke on the bag and die. That'd be fucking rad, as I hate raccoons probably about as much as I hate mice.




Long story short, I don't know what to do about cockroaches. You're welcome to come live with me if you can survive the harsh Canadian winters. And stomach the beer.




SubjectRe: I had a mouse for a while new Reply to this message
Posted byLaw_Suit
Posted on01/17/06 10:15 PM



Those glue mouse traps are better because even though they dont did from getting stuck, they will starve to death. That's what happen to the mouse in my house. Usually I would find them dead on the glue traps.




SubjectSome ideas... new Reply to this message
Posted byn2locarz
Posted on01/17/06 10:32 PM



1) Buy 5 tubes of clear caulk. They mostly go for the kitchen so start there. Pull out the fridge and seal the baseboards and along the cabinets. Then do the same inside the cabinets and the rest of the floor. Don't forget about the oven.

2) They live in the walls. Someone else pointed out if you see 1 there are 3 more hiding. If you are in an apartment - your screwed. But if it's a house, go to Home Depot or Lowes and get "Home Defense" for 5-7 bucks. Spray the parameter of the house real good. Spray the windows and doors. Spray the Garage super good.

3) Ditch any boxes you have. They breed in cardboard boxes and that's a common way for them to enter homes.

4) Set lots of traps. I suggest 1 in each cabinet including the bathrooms.

5) Close your drains when your not using them. They come up from the sewer. Such a sweet thought.


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SubjectColder -nt- COLDER new Reply to this message
Posted byMarv
Posted on01/18/06 03:06 AM



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Posted on01/18/06 11:49 PM



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Posted on01/19/06 01:03 AM



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SubjectGet a cat new Reply to this message
Posted bynewsdee
Posted on01/21/06 04:17 AM



Small scurrying thingies = crunchy snacks.




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