colgate vs centipede

@jazel_juan (15767)
Philippines
May 23, 2012 7:20pm CST
lol yes that is right. I woke up at 3:14 this morning to pee, as i entered our comfort room, i looked on the floor and found this 2 inches long centipede. See i hate these crawling insects, they really make my skin crawl. i looked for our bleach and for some reasons i could not find it, but i know i need to kill it as i know it will hide somewhere and might bite my kids as well. So as it was running away to hide, i grab the deadliest thing i could find to kill it and i could only find the Colgate. It is the only thing i know that is strong..err..that could drown that centipede and kill it probably with its fluoride hahaha... and yes i squeezed the tube on the centipede and drowned it away. and i know somehow i killed it. i didn't really looked underneath the toothpaste to see if it is alive or not. i went back to bed at peace. now PETA will really come after me..ants before, centipedes now.
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@thesids (22455)
• Bhubaneswar, India
24 May 12
Hi jazel You are booked - under sections 00 and -23 and -39. As a punishment to the wonderful crime that you have committed you are now to kill as many roaches as the ants you killed. And(this is the important one - rehab thing you see), you have to provide ants an opportunity to eat and increase their count - by providing someone by the username "thesids" a pack of candies daily until your roach killing count matches the ants killed count... (see I had to add this into the judgement as I have to enjoy too)
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
24 May 12
now that is one tough punishment sids, but as you see i have do have friends who are roaches..they are dwelling somewhere in our ceiling and often comes down at night..
@thesids (22455)
• Bhubaneswar, India
25 May 12
friends who are roaches Me?
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
25 May 12
who loves chocolates
@Janey1966 (24127)
• Carlisle, England
24 May 12
I must admit I wouldn't know what to do if I ever came across a centipede as I don't think they're very popular here in the UK. However, I DID rescue a massive moth once (and I hate those) by sliding a card underneath it and trapping it with a glass, then releasing it outside where it belongs. It was quite liberating, actually as my Dad would've bashed it into small bits. I couldn't do that, I'd feel guilty! Aren't there centipede rescue kits you could buy..or something.lol.
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
25 May 12
rescue kits? lol i do not think i would rescue centipedes as they are poisonous!! lol i would have smashed to pieces as well if only there was bat
@Janey1966 (24127)
• Carlisle, England
25 May 12
Fair enough..at least you're honest. Why do they have to be poisonous? What do they eat?
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
26 May 12
oh they are poisonous Janey, but i am not sure what they eat...hmmm interesting i might go search it online
• Indonesia
24 May 12
i think when we meet cocroach on our comfort room, it's no wonder happen. but now a centipede....WTF, you must be scared. i never have experience like yours, and I hope I never facing it.
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
24 May 12
i always see a cocroach but i am not afraid of it..
@jaiho2009 (39084)
• Philippines
24 May 12
Colgate- okay,now you know how colgate could be dangerous to our health My son bring home a fat worm last Tuesday that he found during our community service. He found it from the grassy lawn of the school ground where do did some clean up drive. It's really fat but doesn't look like a caterpillar- duh, I can't find the photo so I can attach it here (hehehe) It looks cute but I don't like touching it (ehhh)
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
24 May 12
creepy crawler! your son touched it?? i really do not like to be in the presence of such creatures, they just make my skin crawl!