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By juliannamelissa / Thursday 6 September 2012 06:38 / United States
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You just ejected a tight knit, religious family of bugs from their beautiful white picket fenced two story home. How do you feel?

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Unfortunately for OP, the Pennsylvanian bath beetle was discovered 3 years ago. Tough break, OP.

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I'm confused OP, why didn't you turn the jets on before you got in? You're supposed to clean these things out monthly so this doesn't happen!

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We have a jacuzzi tub too! It seems like even if you don't use it for as little as a week these bugs appear. I do believe its because some water is left behind to sit in the jets, and it just gets yucky! We always fill our tub up, pour some bleach in it, and run our jacuzzi for awhile. It usually solves the problem! :)

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You just ejected a tight knit, religious family of bugs from their beautiful white picket fenced two story home. How do you feel?

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Grossest one, in my opinion, is the girlfriend who accidentally popped her boyfriend's pimple in her mouth while kissing his neck.

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Or when the guy used a loofah and saw a hair but he continued to use it and even he was done a cockroach crawled out.

This legitimately sounds like a horror story. I'm terrified. I probably won't bathe again. Thanks for the warning, OP.

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All ya gotta do is run bleach through it every couple of months, geez.... Edit: didn't see 10's comment, my bad.

When you clean your bathroom, every once in a while, make a 'bath' with disinfectant and hot water and turn the jets on for a few minutes. It saves having that problem. ;)

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