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June 20, 2018


The study, conducted by researchers at Virginia Tech, confirmed what scientists already suspected: that mosquitoes remember the taste and smell of human blood and often pick on individuals whose blood is “sweeter” to them.

(Thanks to coscolo and Le Petomane)


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It explains why my wife gets a hundred bites to my one. I'm not making this up.

Alice Potts ==>
Total spice
Special tot
Elastic pot
Plastic toe
Coital pest
Apostle tic
Septic alto

What Howard said goes here too.

I am apparently most delectable, at least to blood-sucking females. Actually, that explains a lot.

Only female mosquitoes suck blood. I'm sure there is a lesson here someplace. Any divorce lawyer can explain the details.

"Have some extra ice cream, dear... we're camping."

It obviously means that you should hang around sweet people (if they’ll let you).

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