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I'm glad that this is in the Regional Differences thread.
Your voice is so much deeper than I thought 0-0 ZA WARUDO
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Also I wonder if anyone else is realizing how incredibly weird it is that we call a bug "daddy long legs"?
We call crane flies Daddy longlegs, and there seems to be references back to 1744 of them being called Father Longlegs. So it appears this mystery is lost to time.Rue why are you hurting my brain with questions like this
I've always hated them and they were common in the winter back home. Normally I only had to worry about them when going in or out of the house 'cause they were attracted to the porch light, but I remember when my BF and I were working our crappy truck stop job, he had left the windows rolled down when he got home from work one time. And when I was leaving for my graveyard shift that night I was scared to get in the car. He came out and tied to shoo most of them away, but well, I was driving 80 down a dark freeway WHEN I REALIZED HE MISSED ONE.I was never really bothered by them until just. I looked them up just and saw a close up of their creepy head.
I don't have any opinion on them. They don't tend to bother me so I don't bother with them.What do you think of mayflies? (Wiki says that they are called "up-winged flies" in the uk. Wiki also says that they are called hadflies or fishflies in Canada and the upper Midwestern U.S. )