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So you continued using the loofah even though you must have felt the painful bites as they were happening. You deserve it.
Earwigs have a noticeable pinch, at least the ones around where I live. I know I'd notice one pinching me in the shower. Mosquitoes also sometimes have a noticeable pricking sensation around here, it depends on where they hit though, and they're size. I think it's an anticoagulant they deploy, not an anesthetic. I'm no entomologist though. Come on people.
Didn't anybody play with bugs as a kid? Unless it's a really tiny earwig, you generally feel the pinch. An It feels a bit like being pinched by a person's fingernails. The big ones also have a habit of clamping down really hard so you sometimes have to pick them off your skin. So yeah, OP would have felt it. But even if he/she didn't, the earwig probably would have fallen down the drain after the first pinch.
Mosquitoes release saliva into your skin when they bite you. If you leave them alone, or don't notice it, the suck up the saliva when they're done, and fly away. Generally though, people swat them, and there's not enough time for them to finish, and the itching you feel is their saliva. Trust me, I'm a lion.
Did no one else pay attention during their science or biology classes here? Do some Internet searches, the Internet is an amazing tool. When used right, you might just learn something. Rather than just posting incorrect things, or supporting someone's incorrect comment, while thumbing down people who are stating facts. And If you thumb me down now, I will become more powerful than you can possibly Imagine..
Yeah, i never claimed evrything on the internet is true. Do you know the origin of the internet? A broad network of computers between universities and government institutions originally designed to share imformation and ideas. The internet is inherently a tool of knowledge, it's full of real, factual imformation, for those who have time to sift through all the idiocy. IE: Breadfish, totally not real. imformation from a universities website, proably reliable FML.com, funny site, but far from shared reality, Encyclopedia Britannica.com, chock full of real, proven facts Just because i get thumbed down on FML, doesn't mean that I'm wrong either. ;P People here seem to get off on pointing out other peoples mistakes. I'm as guilty of this as anyone, but at least i check my facts.
Despite me getting thumbed down to hell (even though I still stand by my statements) I'm just gonna take a moment to appreciate the fact that we're all here arguing about mosquitoes and earwigs. FML, you are truly like my family. In every way. Except that I can't have sex with any of you. Well maybe I can but it'll be awkward to cyber on someone's FML.
That awkward moment when you try to think of a bug pun and come up with nothing
Those bites could have been in much more unfortunate places....count yourself lucky.
Exactly. Thank god it was just OP's back! Oh things could've been SO much worse. Don't get me wrong, FYL, bites on the back would suck, but one time I got shocked by some electrical fencing in my "meat clamp"...pretty funny story, actually... but I'd imagine it'd be equally as unpleasant.
#46- I like to make up ridiculous names for genitals. Just to see people's reactions really. My comedy really only works in real life, because people know how ridiculous of a person I really am then and can gauge my levels of sarcasm and non-seriousness. FYI I was climbing over an electrical twine wire; they are commonly used in Ireland to keep cattle in their pasture. I had no idea such a thing existed. My ex didn't believe me that it was electrical, so he grabbed the thing full on. He should've believed me.
Earwigs don't bite, OP. Even their pinchers wont leave any sort of characteristic bug bite. Sounds like you got more than Earwigs in your loofas lurking about your house.
They might leave a tiny mark from the pinch. But it's unlikely to pinch you multiple times, let alone leave multiple visible marks all over your back. OP's situation does sound more like bedbugs. Seriously, hasn't anybody here been pinched by an earwig before? Maybe I was just a weird kid who liked collecting bugs too much. :/
I've been pinched by an earwig. And OP would notice it right away when it happens because it hurts!!! The earwig that pinched me pinched my thigh when I was sitting down and let go immediately (it felt like a human with long nails pinched me) and played dead. So the OP would definitely feel it right when it happened