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    Default Weirdest places you found escaped bugs

    Ok we all know feeder insects sometimes escape. Where is the strangest place you found them?
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    Probably not so strange, but always in the dang bathroom! Have found them under house plants, sometimes alive and others not. Running across my carpet to freak out the dog too. Dang escape artists! I can always tell they are escapees when they have calcium on them

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    ALWAYS IN THE BATHROOM! Lol
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    Under the pillow

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    Once my ex put something heavy on the screen part of my hissing roach bin so it fell in and some got out X_X I found them under clothes, random places on the floor...one in the toilet lol. Then a few months later I even found one in a clothes drawer. *facepalm*

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    In my bed!!! Waking up at 3am with something crawling up your leg is extremely disconcerting and always results in a lights on, full shake-out of the bedding. Only to have the same thing happen a week later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacowst View Post
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    Now that's just wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassicat4 View Post
    In my bed!!! Waking up at 3am with something crawling up your leg is extremely disconcerting and always results in a lights on, full shake-out of the bedding. Only to have the same thing happen a week later.
    that's wrong too!

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    One time i found one of my dubias in my bathroom sink after a shower.. one also kindly woke me up in time for school by crawling on me. Haha
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    In our dog's water dish, floating in the water. It's weird, the B. lateralis roach (uuuugh hate them, leaftails love them) somehow got into it despite the outward sloping, stainless steel sides...
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