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N3X15 22/06/17(Fri)20:59 No. 811922

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Bob Ross dammit that little airwolfing thing, can't even see 'em. That's it, tomorrow I am getting a yard spray and spraying the whole airwolfing world so they all airwolfing die.


4chan user 22/06/17(Fri)21:38 No. 811923

One time when I was a kid I got drunk at my friends birthday party and passed out outside in the grass and woke up and had airwolfing chigger bites all over me.

Little bastards.

W. T. Snacks 22/06/18(Sat)00:25 No. 811925


Sazpaimon 22/06/18(Sat)20:11 No. 811936

A super-tick or what? Ticks can crawl on you for up to 24 hours before they bite. They have to suck blood 3 times in order to mature. So the ticks that are on humans are usually very, very small. I remember poor cats by our country house. They had ticks big as small grapes on their throats.

I recommend everyone to get a tick remover thats like this. No moving parts or other cute gimmicks. Just pure mechanics. Make sure that you don't squeeze their bodies - because then they may "vomit" their infected blood into the affected.

Reimu Hakurei 22/06/19(Sun)04:58 No. 811944

No, in the US chiggers are blood mites. They're a species of micro ticks that suck blood and leave quick to digest so they can grow in to an adult and eat vegetation. They're around all grasses and brush within a rather long distance from a water source.

derp 22/06/19(Sun)05:53 No. 811946

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h 22/06/19(Sun)16:16 No. 811954

I see. Thanks!

>blood running out
Nice touch! :-)

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