The common house fly travels quite a bit.
I’ve seen them in many hotels.
note: a tent fly is actually quite good when it rains.
double note: I guess those airplanes that drag a message behind them are advertising fliers … like that crap that gets pushed through the mail slot daily.
Today I realized that I don’t fit on any spectrum … except the unexpectrum.
I don’t like the flies, but I must respect their ability to avoid death.
I can never seem to catch them with my chopsticks.
I still hate flies and when I think about it, I’ve probably killed thousands of them………
does this make me a bad person?
planetross, your picture of a house-fly just made me laugh! Very good. I mean, what on earth would we do without a house-fly? Nobody better try killing mine!
Thanks for the comments.
writerdood: they are pretty good at deflying death aren’t they? hee hee!
razzbuffnik: the most flies that have ever bothered me at one time were in Australia while looking at the Great Australian Bight somewhere along the Nullabor Highway.
Your work is not done yet.
Donald Diddams: I usually do the drawings at work. (that’s where I keep my pencil crayons) My coworker just kind of sneers at them.
I never know if they are funny, so I just assume they are. I’m full of assumptions I guess.
Funny drawing. Even though I don’t like flies I have to admire their ability to fly without artificial assistance. They just blow their nose at the laws of gravity, until they get fly sprayed or swatted that is. I love the way dying flies go nuts aerobatically. It’s as though they wanna take one last chance to show us their abilities. That only works with sprayed ones though. Whacking them with a fly swatter seems to somehow knock the aerobatic enthusiasm out of them
I wish there was a house with a zipper. “Hey! You kids get in that side of the house!”
Thanks for the comments!
Tony: “Whacking them with a fly swatter seems to somehow knock the aerobatic enthusiasm out of them” … and don’t forget their guts too! hee hee!
sweetiegirlz: “The front zipper is stuck!!! … Better call the seamstresssmith!!!” hee hee!