Sitting down on the couch this morning, something looked out of place left of the TV. A small, dark something at the base of the wall. Oh, it’s a scorpion! I’ll take a photo of you for the website, then I’m going to suck you up with the vacuum cleaner! Nasty, evil little desert critters, this is my house, not yours!
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Eeeew! I hate bugs and they look creepy ☹️
I don’t like them either, but scorpions are native residents here. We humans have invaded their territory. The are easy to spot in the house. At night you can take a black light outside and shine for them too. Keep a tool handy to give them the crunch! 😂
Double eeeew at the crunch lol
LOL, that term comes from a buddy of mine in Michigan that I worked with for 20 years, he has some colourful words at times! 😂
It made me laugh and cringe at the same time lol
I could never live there!
Sure you could. Have the home sprayed for bugs and scorpions every 45 days, they generally stay away. It’s been a few weeks since one got inside.
It only takes ONE!
Just one to feel the pain. I haven’t been stung but the ex’s son sure did howl! Imagine sleeping in my house every night! Truth is, they don’t get in here very often.
Is it poisonous? Here is only one poisonous snake, not a killer, and that’s all, and it is one of great things living in a cold Northern areas.
They do have venom. I’ve never been stung yet, but my ex’s son was stung. We had to take him to the ER where he recieved a shot that nutralises the venom. His speech was slurred!
(shivering) That’s worse than seeing a big ol’ spider IMO.
They are so nasty! They are easy to spot on the paint. You should check your shoes before putting them on, and shake your bath towel out before using it. that’s how my ex’s son was stung with the bath towel right out of the shower. The smaller the scorpion, the more potent the venom. Desert life!
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