Whats more annoying, Flies or Roaches?

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#-49 Posted by Maddie_Larkin (6185 posts) -

Rarely see flies, and never think Ive seen a Roach, but I hear Roaches are atleast edible (in a wider sense then flys) so I suppose I will pick flies?

#-48 Posted by Cyanide4Suicid3 (783 posts) -
Roaches... Just trust me.
#-47 Posted by MrGeezer (55942 posts) -
[QUOTE="tocool340"] No need to waste my time reading the rest of that sh1t.

*shrugs* Not my problem. I'm not the one living with a roach infestation because I live in a filthy environment. It's YOUR roach problem, not mine. Feel free to ignore whatever you want.
#-46 Posted by tocool340 (20419 posts) -
[QUOTE="MrGeezer"][QUOTE="tocool340"] No need to waste my time reading the rest of that sh1t.

*shrugs* Not my problem. I'm not the one living with a roach infestation because I live in a filthy environment. It's YOUR roach problem, not mine. Feel free to ignore whatever you want.

*Shrugs* And you can continue to act like you know it all. Hope the next time you reply to me, you know EXACTLY what your talking about and not assume sh1t. Quite aware roaches prefer to live in filthy environment, which our house is hardly filthy. Hope we're done here and please don't reply to me with the same crap. Not interested in arguing about it anymore...
#-45 Posted by MrGeezer (55942 posts) -
Quite aware roaches prefer to live in filthy environment, which our house is hardly filthy. tocool340
lmao.
#-44 Posted by tocool340 (20419 posts) -
[QUOTE="tocool340"]Quite aware roaches prefer to live in filthy environment, which our house is hardly filthy. MrGeezer
lmao.

What's funny? Here, let me reword that since you have a hard time understanding that statement. "Quite aware roaches PREFER to live in a filthy environment, however we are one of the few cases where they still seem to survive despite our house hardly being filthy. " Now do you understand? Or are we about to go in circles with your petty argument again?...
#-43 Posted by Bloodseeker23 (8338 posts) -
Roaches. They breed way too damn fast.
#-42 Posted by MrGeezer (55942 posts) -
[QUOTE="tocool340"] What's funny? Here, let me reword that since you have a hard time understanding that statement. "Quite aware roaches PREFER to live in a filthy environment, however we are one of the few cases where they still seem to survive despite our house hardly being filthy. " Now do you understand? Or are we about to go in circles with your petty argument again?...

Like I said, roaches DON'T survive in clean environments, because there isn't anything to eat. Roaches can certainly go to different places, sure. I've already completely addressed that at least twice, and that doesn't change a thing. If the roaches are actually living in your home, then your home isn't clean, period.
#-41 Posted by MistressMinako (45920 posts) -
I haven't seen a roach in like forever and even if I have flies will still win. At least roaches mind their own business. Flies just buzz around your ear for the lulz.
#-40 Posted by Diablo-B (4019 posts) -
Flies are easy to contain and kill. They pretty much die in the winter if you don't turn on the heat. Ever try getting rid of roaches, good luck.
#-39 Posted by tocool340 (20419 posts) -
[QUOTE="MrGeezer"][QUOTE="tocool340"] What's funny? Here, let me reword that since you have a hard time understanding that statement. "Quite aware roaches PREFER to live in a filthy environment, however we are one of the few cases where they still seem to survive despite our house hardly being filthy. " Now do you understand? Or are we about to go in circles with your petty argument again?...

Like I said, roaches DON'T survive in clean environments, because there isn't anything to eat. Roaches can certainly go to different places, sure. I've already completely addressed that at least twice, and that doesn't change a thing. If the roaches are actually living in your home, then your home isn't clean, period.

And I've also addressed that my house is also clean a number of times. And I also stated there may be a possibility that they may be getting their food from some outside source other than what's inside the house. Perhaps there's something inside the walls they are using nourishment, I don't know. But I will say this once again, the house is NOT FILTHY.... I've lived in a filthy house before and the roach problem I had then DOES NOT compare to the problem I had in this house. It was way more out of control in that filthy house than it once was here....