Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Monthly Hate

I guess we don't hate things enough to do it once a week. But I'm getting really annoyed with pantry moths. First of all, I never even heard of these in California. My girlfriend is from Pennsylvania and she's never seen them either. Are they just a New England thing? Why would a moth want to chew through cardboard and plastic just to eat my Golden Grahams? What the hell, moths?

I can't even think of a good joke involving "panty moths." I'm just too upset about the Golden Grahams.

12 comments:

Spinning Girl said...
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Spinning Girl said...

In my house we call them "sinister moths", I don't know why. Everything in my parents' cupboard is in tupperware. They are really called "miller moths", and they usually arrive with one of your packages. The eggs/larvae were in something bread-y, they hatched, bored their way out, and started attacking all your other dry goods.

I just threw up a little in my mouth.

Carl Spackler said...

moths suck.

Übermilf said...

why don't you just eat the moths? That would solve everything.

miss kendra said...

spinnerina just gave me heebie jeebies.

jamwall said...

In the midwest we have underpants gnomes.

slappy said...

Spinner: Sinister is a good word for them. They're like insect commandos.

Carl: And nibble on my granola bars.

Ubie: Mmm... protein. If we had a cat he could eat the moths. They seem to enjoy that.

Kendra: You and me both.

Jammer: One of the best meals I had in Minnesota was grilled underpants gnome. That and walleye.

amera hearts said...

that sucks testicles. if anything came between me and my lucky charms....oooohhhhh......they'd die!

B.E. Earl said...

I keep pantry moths away by not having any food in my pantry.

Fuck those moths! They aren't going to get any of my non-existant dry stuffs!

Tits McGee said...

Pantry moths are the devil.

Lee Ann said...

Pantry moths have a party!
Hmmmm...I haven't heard of them either.

Lilly said...

This is the kind of shit that's terrorising Denmark at present: dræbersneglen (or in English The Killer Snail). For photo, click here.
First spotted in Denmark in 1991 and currently a huge problem for our flora and other non-killing snails; eating everything (even each other apparently!) and spreading poisonous bacteria. I don't like these fellas....

...I do like GOLDEN GRAHAMS though! Although we cannot get them here in Vikingland. I stuff my face when in the UK...