Seed Ticks...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by glocknut, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    I had an oportunity to work on the soffits(sp)? today... i was working under a cedar tree and caught a good batch of them little buggers.
    I think i got em all....BUT my skin is crawling as if they were still crawling all over me!!!!!!!

    Itches on the tummy...the legs....the scalp...and one place i won't name.... :eek:

    Just thought I'd....share this with y'all. :D

    mike
    gn

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    are ya itching yet?
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  3. Rommelvon

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    Quickly......get near a hippy liberal and they will all jump off of you onto them..:)
  4. Thomas_1

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    My wife and I went out Saturday to shoot some deer (with the camera). When I got home I had two of those nasty critters on me, I hate ticks. If they are out this early, looks like Missouri is going to be loaded with them this year.
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    I pulled 11 off the dog 2 weeks ago, after letting her run around the range. She has short white hair, so it was easy to see them moving on her. Still kinda creepy, tho.:eek:
  6. Sorry to hear that, Glock. Don't believe all the doctor hype. They really don't cause permanent and incurable E.D., except of course in males who work with stonemasonry. :D ;)
  7. rosierita

    rosierita New Member

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    HA! HA! :D
  8. standles

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    Draw you a hot bath and put a cup of clorox in it. Kills all the ones you didn't see and helps on the itch.


    Steven
  9. Marlin T

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    Standles, does this work with dogs too?
  10. BHLBAMA

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    Ticks are just a part of nature anyone outside during the spring and summer needs to get used to them. You all sound like a bunch of women !!! (ewwww , ohhhh nooooo) come on where is your manhood??
  11. Marlin T

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    BHL, ticks remind me of lawyers. Nasty bloodsuckers.

    Let me have your address and I'll send you all the ticks I get off of me and my dogs.
  12. Thomas_1

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    Pistolenschutze, your right it doesn’t cause incurable E.D. I know for a fact that they do cause male pattern baldness from experience.
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    Hiding from ticks!! :eek: :D
  14. standles

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    Don't know if it works on dogs or not. We always just dipped them in cresote or actual flea dip. When I was growing up I think mom would have done the same but didn't think she could hold us in the cresote dip :eek:

    Steven
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    I have actually had so many I bathed in flea and tick shampoo. Be sure to watch for a circle developing around the bite site that resembles a bullseye, fever at the bite site and swelling that continues to grow. Should you begin to feel like you have the flu see a doctor.
  16. Rommelvon

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    Ticks are nothing but tiny liberals, they are parasitical bloodsucking clingy insects and always in your hair:D
  17. standles

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    I don't care who you are that thars funny. :cool:
  18. glocknut

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    I'm immune to E.D. !!!!!! Don't ask why....just let yer mind run arround in the gutter for a second or two and you'll figure it out..... :D :D :D :D ;)

    mike
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    Bleach will do the trick, i normally use it straight out of the container,maybe diluted with just a ounce or two of water.

    To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Required.
  20. lb969

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    I wouldn't, the dog may want to lick some of it off and it'll make it sicker than... well, a dog.


    I would not use straight bleach on skin. Its toxic. Plus it can bleach the skin. (Ala Micheal Jackson)
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