The Death of the Bugs

Fall has come pretty quickly, and that means that all of the scary creatures and critters are coming inside to get warmth and a meal. I’ve already had to deal with flies during the summer, but now I have to deal with the spiders. People always tell me that spiders are good because they get rid of pests, but they haven’t been doing much of that in my home, because I’ve seen plenty of them sneaking around in my garage and in my home. I looked for an exterminator in NYC because the spiders and the other pests all needed to go.

Once I found an exterminator, I put in a desparte plea that he come to my home and get rid of these crawling creatuers before I lose my mind. The exterminator came over the next day and started spraying around the home and in the crevices and cracks inside the home. He put down some bait that the creatures would eat. The bait contained a poison that affected the nerves of the creatures and made them drop dead after a few minutes. After a day of the bait and spray working, there were a ton of dead insects inside my home.

Most of the dead ones were on the floor of my garage, but there were some in the kitchen and living rooms as well. The bugs had been crawling around, trying to get away from the poisons and trying to find a place to hide, but there was nowhere they could go. They simply stopped moving and turned upside down. I was glad to see that all of the creatues were dying, but it was still a sight that I did not want to see, because they were everywhere, and I already hated to look at them.