Monday, May 23, 2005

Wanna hear something funny?

This woman named Nancy got a moth in her ear, and the story is laugh-out-loud-over-and-over hilarious. You'd better not read this at work unless they're used to you snorting, and you'll also want to avoid beverages until you're done reading.

10 comments:

Mona Buonanotte said...

What is it with flying insects in Michigan? When I was about 5 years old, a housefly flew up my nose. I tried to extricate it with a lollipop stick. I never found the thing. NEVER.

Guess that explains some of my crazier posts....

Nancy said...

I don’t know what I did to deserve the attention – but thank you so much! I really appreciate the referral, but what really makes me happy is that you found the post entertaining. I can laugh at it now, but it has taken a while. I’m still a little freaked out by moths!

Orange said...

Nancy: Over at Chez Miscarriage, when one commenter told another one who was depressed to read your story, I had to check it out for myself. Sitting alone reading your tale of freaked-out woe, I must have laughed about 10 times. Thanks for the giggles! (And sorry you had a bug in your ear. Nightmare city!)

the nut said...

I remember having 3 or 4 daddy long legs thrown on me in my 7th grade confirmation class. I have not liked them since and we get infested with them every summer.

Charlie said...

*shudder* Daddy long legs ... one or two? Fine. I was attacked -- yea, attacked!! by a vertible horde of them, which I can only only assume were the daddy longlegs equivalent of vikings on a mission of pillage and plunder. They came at me from under a wall when I was six or seven. There must've been over a hundred of them. I ran as fast as my little legs would carry me.

And they're doublely bad because they're kinda gross when you squish them. Eww.

the nut said...

Did you know that they aren't even spiders? They're insects and only have 6 legs - the front 2 are their feelers. Knowing this, I still don't like them and yes, we have the equivalend of over 100 in my yard. They are just everywhere in the summer and it creeps me out. We have a lot of wolf spiders, have even seen to large half dollar sized mommy spiders carrying their egg sacks, yet its only daddy long legs that creep me out.

Also, did you all know that people eat an average of 6 or 7 bugs in their sleep in their lifetime (the humans lifetime, obviously not the bugs)? ew.

Feral Mom said...

Funny story (LOL in fact) but ewww, moths. They're dusty. Also, ewww eating bugs in your sleep. As if I needed something else to worry about as I toss and turn and try to talk myself down at 4 am....

JT said...

OMGOMGOMG.... my ears are itchy. YIKES.

Psycho Kitty said...

Oy, the same thing happened to a guy in my town...he works in the parking garage and there a jillion millers in the summer, and one flew in his ear. They had to call an ambulance because he was absolutely going INSANE. I can see how it would do that...I can't even stand to have one in my *hair*! Ugh.

BabyPink said...

hahahaha!:) poor nancy, but it was really funny.:)