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BANGKOK 19 April 2019 00:04
Speedo1968

"Ouch, that hurt" said he having been biten by a cockroach

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Last night was bitten by a cockroach.

It felt like a single top jaw ( ? ) coming in to contact with a very sensitive part of my body ( sleeping au naturel and without sheet ).

The bite hurt enough to wake me up; an involuntary swipe with a hand sent the cockroach onto the floor, dazed and soon dead.

Will I turn in to the creature as in the stories by Kafka and Patricia Highsmith ?  ( interesting stories if you haven't already read ).

 

Haven't suffered any reactions so far.

It looked like the American edition.

This is only the second one I have seen in my house in the past 5 years, I live outside a small country town.

Anyone else had such a bite and any side effects ?

 

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Yes they do sort of bite more like a nibble


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Yes, never heard of cockroaches biting - but just found this.

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it buries their larvae for them to feed on before they hatch,

i have read if you block the entrance air-tight they will head for exit and can be pulled out with plyer

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4 hours ago, sleepy said:

Yes they do sort of bite more like a nibble


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So the poor little bugger was only to pleasure you, then you slapped it and killed it. Did it ask you for some baht to finish the job ?

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If you start craving sugar-water be afraid, be very afraid.

 

 

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Never hear of a cockroach biteing...but I do believe that if you keep on looking for "after effects"...you will surely get them....(real or imaginary).

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