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Rubes Cartoons - Tales from a Twisted Mind

RSS By: Leigh Rubin,

A cartoonish look at life...

Don't let the little things bug you

Jul 01, 2009

 I have a live and let live attitude toward bugs. If I see an insect or spider in my home, I pretty much either just leave it alone or do a “catch and release” with the little critter. My only exceptions to this policy of coexistence are flies and ants. In fact, I would be a lot more tolerant of ants if there weren’t so many of them. Once I spot one or two, I know it won’t be long until I’ll have a major invasion on my hands. When it comes to flies, I show no mercy. In fact, I’m pretty proud of my hunting skills. It’s a good thing that no permit is required to carry a concealed rubber band. I am most forgiving when it comes to spiders. I like them and will go out of my way to rescue them. We do, after all, share a similar opinion regarding flies...

I hope I’m not bugging you too much to visit:

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