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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

What about moths?

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- Tue, 08 Dec 2015 20:19:31 EST pkzyrjnm No.32392
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What do you think of them?
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Sophie Cozzletudge - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 23:03:40 EST nz1Y9eGt No.32393 Reply
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they serve their purpose in the animal world, they probably benefit us humans in some way

when i encounter them I just let them outside since they cant sting or bite me like asshole spiders or bees, so I don't destroy them
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Martha Docklemore - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 13:46:56 EST rW7QOF7Q No.32396 Reply
>>32393
Bees won't sting you either unless you hurt them or bother their hive. Wasps on the other hand should be killed on sight.
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Wesley Snodhood - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 22:21:55 EST IrjKtYm+ No.32408 Reply
They make butterflies look like shit.
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Emma Clunnerwell - Fri, 25 Dec 2015 22:37:08 EST dlVLHZYX No.32435 Reply
>>32393

inb4 spider civil rights activists.

You know the type. I wish I had the picture of that mspaint drawing of a spider posting on the future.
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Wesley Pirryfot - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 14:07:21 EST dy+shyNX No.32507 Reply
Those faggots have eaten some of my clothes and act annoying when they get stuck inside so I can't say I particularly care for them.
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Wesley Pirryfot - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 14:11:02 EST dy+shyNX No.32508 Reply
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>>32507
Those moths that look like they have a skull on their back are pretty neat looking though.
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Reuben Warringshaw - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 18:52:36 EST zuYN2qt4 No.32509 Reply
I killed a moth in my apartment the other day that just showed up out of nowhere. Didn't want him eating my clothes.
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Fanny Trothall - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 14:24:40 EST Op4M9Gfm No.32511 Reply
Moths are dead souls trying to reach "The Light"
They are lost and have been hurt they only desire to reach the light the same light dying people see. For some reason they turn into moths and start a quest for the light.
Be nice to moths
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Charlotte Basslesteck - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 13:07:19 EST CvDC4qzE No.32542 Reply
>>32511
Moths have a working knowledge of modern theatre. It is because they wish they could act like people again cause they're dead.
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Basil Pirringstone - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 04:34:19 EST +t4uGOeX No.32577 Reply
Look up Atacus atlas. A moth with a wingspan about 25CM across. They're enormous and very pretty. Amazingly you can buy pupae for many of these moths online, including the death's head hawkmoth Acherontia atropos which has a special pharynx capable of making audible squeaking noises.
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Simon Cravingville - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 22:09:26 EST vwyjiGUn No.32605 Reply
I have pantry moths. I've made peace with it.
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Charles Figglechadge - Wed, 15 Jun 2016 15:07:58 EST 84CrDslG No.32787 Reply
They're okay.
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Charles Figglechadge - Wed, 15 Jun 2016 15:09:25 EST 84CrDslG No.32788 Reply
Wait, no, I fucking hate them. Their cocoons are all over my plates, forks, crawling in my pet's food, fuck them. I plan on getting a BBQ lighter so I can burn them all.
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Hannah Burringworth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 01:10:04 EST T3WUfvXM No.33359 Reply
moths are cool, never hurt me.
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Hedda Tootson - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 07:06:57 EST 4wciDcKe No.33360 Reply
I never thought about moths until this thread. I guess they're cool. There's a shit ton of them. They seem pretty chill. They don't seem to fly away so readily when you come near. Mostly I think they're a nuisance, but they're neat. The big ones resemble fat butterflies. I wonder what butterflies and moths think of each other? I'm not sure they even know each other. They seem to come out at different times and hang out in different places. Sometimes I think the really big ones might be bats, as I see them fluttering at me in my peripheral vision.

They're weird and mostly benign.
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Edwin Posslesteg - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 04:15:40 EST rvdTwBAl No.33363 Reply
Moths startle me and I have no reasonable rationale for it other than they seem to like swerving at me.
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David Fiddlenodging - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 05:37:27 EST +i1uizs6 No.33364 Reply
Moths are cool, they're just kinda creepy how opaque they are, if that makes any sense.
Really, any flying non-stinging insect is cool with me except mayflies and june bugs. Those two are obnoxious as fuck nuisances and I'm not sure how they manage to keep mating, they seem like their sole purpose is to be easy food for birds.
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Hamilton Gublingdock - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 21:44:05 EST h2WfGjLD No.33366 Reply
I think moths are made of dust.

Not a moth story, but

one time when I was a kid, all the ant colonies(the giant single colony?) in my neighborhood were launching off all the flying giant ants, and I thought it was an antpocalypse and they were everywhere in the sky but they went away or died within the day I think

that was my worst insect experience I think
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Cornelius Duckstone - Fri, 12 May 2017 17:15:27 EST EWO7ZgWK No.33385 Reply
I saw a moth last night. It was sleeping, I think. It was just sitting there on the counter, still as a leaf. I thought it might be dead, but I got so close that my breath caused it to vacillate a rear wing. I tried to breathe away from it after that. I admit I was stoned and really tired, but I just stood there and felt this weird connection with the moth. I've never really studied one like that before. It was a medium-sized one, with wings patterned like the bark of an oak tree. I squatted down so my eyes were level with its. Just lying there, serene and totally still. I wondered why it didn't flee from me. I could've killed it like I usually do, but it was so calm and unflappable that I just left it there. So now I have a moth in my house, I guess.
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Ernest Ficklemidging - Fri, 12 May 2017 23:08:28 EST lnhK+Fqn No.33386 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Lydia Pittstone - Sat, 13 May 2017 02:27:21 EST nvhegy20 No.33387 Reply
they creep me out a little, but i can tolerate it. they are interesting creatures, no one can deny
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Eugene Smallshaw - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 12:14:01 EST DsrjUSO3 No.33414 Reply
>>33364
>mayflies
>birds
The trout community would like to have a word with you

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