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Back when I used to live with my parents, we had a problem with moths. My mom had brought this bag of birdseed apparently infested with moth larvae, because we had moths EVERYWHERE! Even after she put the bag outside. After a while we got used to the constant moths, if we saw one we'd smack it and throw it into the fishtank (the fish are really really obese now, teehee).

My dad has this lovely habit where he never cleans up after himself and likes to put open cracker/cereal/whatever boxes back in the cupboard without even bothering to roll up or clip the plastic bag closed. My mom also used to leave really old baking supplies eg. flour, baking soda, and SUGAR, open in the cupboards. Can you see where this is going?

Anywho, I was moved out by this time, but my mom told me about how she decided to make chicken pot pie with bisquick, and when she looks in the bag it was ALIIVE with moths and larvae and disgusting things. They had to throw away practically everything in the cupboards and clean them crazily. Nasty shit.

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morbidelirium
Feb. 27th, 2010 03:24 am (UTC)
Y HELO THAR~! :3

I really, really HAEEET moths. They're totally ballsy and they fly right into your face and buzz around like flies. :| At least they're easier to kill than flies, though.

We have them in this house as well, though the problem has gone down drastically since I destroyed most of their hidey-places and breeding grounds in the kitchen. x_X When I did that, though, there were scenes like what you described--only not really contained to the bags of food and the like themselves, but on the crusty crumby stuff that caked up in the corners. I wanted to kill something and I think I took 2 showers back to back after cleaning that night. x____X
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