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    I've stupidly left the bathroom window open all evening and I've just walked in to find a huge, fat moth flailing around everywhere. It's the biggest one I've ever seen alive - two huge wings attached to a fat, hairy body; a true creature of nightmares. It flew at me talons raised, ready to attack and escape through the door, I was just quick enough to shut it and run away.

    It looks a little like this.

    I've left my toothbrush in the bathroom so I'm not sure whether to possibly risk my life attempting to retrieve it, or just go one night without brushing my teeth and wait for another family member to fight the battle in the morning, perhaps when the creature is feeling weaker.

    What does TSR think?
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    (Original post by PurpleMonkeyDishwasher)
    I've stupidly left the bathroom window open all evening and I've just walked in to find a huge, fat moth flailing around everywhere. It's the biggest one I've ever seen alive - two huge wings attached to a fat, hairy body; a true creature of nightmares. It flew at me talons raised, ready to attack and escape through the door, I was just quick enough to shut it and run away.

    It looks a little like this.

    I've left my toothbrush in the bathroom so I'm not sure whether to possibly risk my life attempting to retrieve it, or just go one night without brushing my teeth and wait for another family member to fight the battle in the morning, perhaps when the creature is feeling weaker.

    What does TSR think?
    I think you should take out your sword and show the moth who's boss, much like Zelda would :p:

    On serious note why not brush your teeth in the dark, moths seem less agitated in the dark or maybe that's because you can't see them :unsure:
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    (Original post by thetopnotch)
    I think you should take out your sword and show the moth who's boss, much like Zelda would :p:

    On serious note why not brush your teeth in the dark, moths seem less agitated in the dark or maybe that's because you can't see them :unsure:
    I can't face being in the room with it, even with the light off. That makes it even worse because it knows where I am but I don't know where it is. It could launch itself at me from any direction. If I felt it flutter past my face, I'd probably die.
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    ehehhehe, dude, it's a ******* moth.

    Can of deoderant and a lighter. GO
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    (Original post by PurpleMonkeyDishwasher)
    I can't face being in the room with it, even with the light off. That makes it even worse because it knows where I am but I don't know where it is. It could launch itself at me from any direction. If I felt it flutter past my face, I'd probably die.
    I've never actually had a moth fly into my face, if it comes close just stick your hand up, they fly away sharpish :yep:
 
 
 
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