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    You know you are dirty minded and tired AF when you read the title as im sorry,Horny is not a toy instead of Rory :rofl:
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Nooo, I'm back in my uni accommodation tomorrow (today..)

    I accidentally stepped on it and feel guilty I didn't know it was there, just went somewhere, came back and was about to sit down when I stepped on something squishy. It's okay though, didn't squeal or anything and ran away, seemingly unhurt. I didn't put my full weight down on my foot either. Wouldn't ever do it on purpose :hand: I feel bad when they get caught in the traps that my parents set :cry: it's really awful to see/listen to, sadly the alternative is having two in my room at once this one time and they scratch on the door and it's really loud

    The worst it got at my uni accommodation was daddy long legs everywhere

    Stop it! I'm feeling sensitive, and that almost made me cry!

    but oh my gosh, I would never be able to sleep if there were mice in my room. Oh my gosh, I would be petrified it would bounce up an down on my face at night time!

    Daddy long legs? Oh my gosh, I hate insects. A fly got caught in my curtains 3 days ago, I opened the window to help it out but it died, it was laying dead on my floor for 3 days because I kept forgetting to ask my mum to scoop it up for me.

    I don't know how I will survive at university on my own, WHO IS GOING TO GET THE INSECTS OUT OF MY ROOOOMMM?!
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Stop it! I'm feeling sensitive, and that almost made me cry!

    but oh my gosh, I would never be able to sleep if there were mice in my room. Oh my gosh, I would be petrified it would bounce up an down on my face at night time!

    Daddy long legs? Oh my gosh, I hate insects. A fly got caught in my curtains 3 days ago, I opened the window to help it out but it died, it was laying dead on my floor for 3 days because I kept forgetting to ask my mum to scoop it up for me.

    I don't know how I will survive at university on my own, WHO IS GOING TO GET THE INSECTS OUT OF MY ROOOOMMM?!
    Sorry :getmecoat:

    I've had to deal with them for a few years now, haven't ever been bitten so I guess they're more afraid of you than you are of them. The trick is to keep your door open and let them escape


    I can relate to that it's great to let them go if they're alive, if not you kind of have to grab a hoover, close your eyes and make it disappear. I had a hoover once but I sold it because it was just sitting around and collecting dust.

    To be honest you'll probably be fine wherever you go (as long as it isn't Bath!) - haven't heard of anyone else having bug problems if not though, just find a bestie really quickly and get them to do it for you
 
 
 
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