Friday, January 28, 2011

Mosquito Bites

Why are they called that? Mosquito Bites??? They aren't biting you. They are sticking their appendage inside of you and filling you up after sucking you off. It should be called Mosquito Rape.


And not only that, but after they leave, that area in which they raped you starts to itch. You can tell they rape various people per day. They have STD's (Sucking Transmitted Diseases). A very effective way to protect yourself is to use OFF. ------->
This is especially needed if you live in a swamp area, ex. Florida. This spray will keep these lurkers away from you. Also when it rain and you leave a trash can open and all the water accumulates there, that's were they lay their eggs! So go and throw that water away to kills its larvae. We don't need these suckers! So don't give them the option to suck you off!

15 comments:

  1. Hate them mosquitos. We should make a biological weapon to kill them all!

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  2. those off's are pretty poisonous too. sometimes i think i'd prefer to have some bites

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  3. Let's all call them mosquito stings and laugh at those who call them bites.

    wellthisdoesntsuck.blogspot.com

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  4. This spray is for girls. Real men get bitten by mosquitoes!

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  5. mosquitoes suck!!

    ok that was bad joke...

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  6. mosquito bites are the worst things ever

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  7. Good question...should be mosquito pokes!

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  9. I hate mosquito's man!

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  10. Let's be happy there are no giant mosquito's! Following!

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  11. I hate mosquitos, they're dicks. I like your blog, I'll be following!

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  12. Yo, when i was in Bali, i had well over 100 mosquito bites on my body. and that was even with my sleeping in a mosquito net at night. fortunately the salt water helped some, although most of them ended up getting sort of infected. not sure why i shared that since anyone reading this is probably jsut grossed out right now haha

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  13. This is very interesting, and these are the reasons why it become a common enemy to all. It attacks us when the least we expect it; it invades our home, that is suppose to be a safe place for you and your family; and lastly, the diseases it transmits to us. I'm just thankful that there are now lots of repellant sprays and lotions that helps us to keep them away from our home. But it's always best to keep our yard and house clean all the time for them not to find a place to live in. - Maurise Gelman @ MosquitoSquad.com

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