By deee21 - 24/09/2011 08:23 - Australia
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I don't get why your first thought was that it was a cockroach.
Not usually. But I don't get how she could had grabbed her necklace and flung it across the room if she was wearing it. Shouldn't it have been connected together?
Thank you! I was wondering why no one else thought of that. If she was wearing it, she shouldn't have been able to fling it across the room. Unless it was so cheap it broke the second she touched it, in which case I wouldn't think it would be that big a deal to lose it...
Happens to all of us... Ok, no.. Its just you. Sorry about your necklace. =(
If you are living somewhere were you would think a cockroach would be on your neck during the night, you need to move or clean..
Actually, in many warm places (like Australia) houses are pretty open. I lived in Hawaii and We didn't have many glass windows. They were all louvers. We also left them (and the doors) open most of the time. It's easy for roaches to crawl in and nearly impossible to get rid of them. They're tough. So it isn't that they're house is junky, they just live in a warm place where roaches are prominent.
Next time just try swatting whatever it is rather than...that, but at least it's a lesson learnt.