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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Blah, Baygon = Bye bye and gone (the baygon itself)

    It's only good for spraying at ants, and nothing else. I'll prefer to use newspaper too, just that have to clean up the mess everytime, after I WHAM some.
    Time to do some serious housecleaning

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulhan
    And dump into the bin or throw out of my window!!!!

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    wah where you live? i must be careful of 'flying' cockroaches if i were to walk pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by smurfman
    ...... i saw a dark Cockroach. i spray it with baygon.....
    Try not to use Baygon in your house, no good for pregnant woman and kids, if you need to, spay the Baygon on cockroach’s sideway, more effective, not on the cockroach’s back.

    When you throw it in the toilet bowl, don’t flush it until the cockroach is dead, put a little detergent power in the water, the cockroach will drown shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    dats wat my buddy and i did on those long weekend COS duties back in pasir laba camp... lizards, cockroaches, a few little iguanas... u name it, we torched it.
    Ever tried dat with cobras buddy?

    My fellow RPs back at West Camp usually use da Baygon + lighter, sulphur powder, hot water, spade smashin' whenever we see a 3m black cobra. Hehehe... such fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Time to do some serious housecleaning
    * togu spray baygon at espn, wham newspaper at espn, throw espn outta window... there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    * togu spray baygon at espn, wham newspaper at espn, throw espn outta window... there!


    Don't forget to use the lighter!

    ESPN is a hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    * togu spray baygon at espn, wham newspaper at espn, throw espn outta window... there!
    *espn does the matrix twist and goes back in through the windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights
    When you throw it in the toilet bowl, don’t flush it until the cockroach is dead, put a little detergent power in the water, the cockroach will drown shortly.
    That doesn't always work because the cockroach is positively buoyant and even adding detergent to break the water tension isn't always effective..
    It's better to wrap the cockroach in toilet paper, which is negatively buoyant once it's wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher


    Don't forget to use the lighter!

    ESPN is a hmmm
    You are going to be so dead at the next NUG...

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    *espn does the matrix twist and goes back in through the windows.

    * togu standby the window, watching espn trying to twist his 38" waist. Back through the window? In your dreams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher


    Don't forget to use the lighter!

    ESPN is a hmmm
    I'll use the sulphur powder, hot water and spade too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefox
    That doesn't always work because the cockroach is positively buoyant and even adding detergent to break the water tension isn't always effective..
    It's better to wrap the cockroach in toilet paper, which is negatively buoyant once it's wet.
    Yes, cockroach would not sink, but will drown shortly for sure. I done that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    I'll use the sulphur powder, hot water and spade too!!
    some things dun change...

    togu vs espn



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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    I'll use the sulphur powder, hot water and spade too!!
    Dat's snake-killin' not cockroach bustin'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    some things dun change...

    togu vs espn



    this i gotta see....
    * togu ignore the twisting humty dumty outside the window, run behind yoda and spank his backside with the spade.

    togu-> <- nightwolf
    Last edited by togu; 11th July 2005 at 03:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsbn
    Dat's snake-killin' not cockroach bustin'...
    Frankly speaking, I won't call espn a cockcroach. That's rude.


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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Frankly speaking, I won't call espn a cockcroach. That's rude.

    I'm glad you know, please apologise to the cockcroach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaeSiuM
    I'm glad you know, please apologise to the cockcroach.
    * togu cockcroach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    Still remember my school days studying biology. Teacher asked everyone to bring a cockroach to the lab next week, so we were all looking around the house catching "live" cockroach. Then we did all those disecting & cutting in the lab, comparing with the book...
    disecting of live animal and insect was banned on the year that i took biology...

    i was looking forward to disect animal but in the end only got to disect plants and flowers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    disecting of live animal and insect was banned on the year that i took biology...

    i was looking forward to disect animal but in the end only got to disect plants and flowers
    Is that why you end up become a photographer instead of a doctor?

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