But the wasps were not alone this week. Because shortly after the wasps, there were spiders. A lot of them. At work alone, they would spin their webs between the pumps, so when you would slip between them, you would get caught in them.
Then came the ladybugs. That wasn't as creepy as the others, but there were a lot of them. It was slightly unsettling to see. But when they land on you, it's like "Oh look. A ladybug. How whimsical." And then the rest of the day I was contemplating on why it was whimsical. Ladybugs will do that to you. It's how they get you, after all.
Ugh. But tonight (and last night, I hear) it was the Junebugs. They're a type of brown water beetle that in small ammounts are just slightly jibbly-causing. But there were hundreds, I'm not exaggerating, swarming the lights. I must have killed over twenty by just unwittingly stepping on them. Bugs don't creep me out at all. I don't mind them. But tonight.
I tell you, if I get swarmed by locusts tomorrow, I'm bookin' it. Elton John or not, I ain't gonna risk the appocolypse.
Anyway, I made a purple Gafna. Veiw it here.