Thursday, August 7, 2014


Let's talk about humanity. I believe all of you are aware of what is going on in Gaza. Some people call it war but I call it genocide, Israeli soldiers keep killing the Palestinian civilians and children. That's sad, that's very very sad. But hey, you think I'm really gonna talk about politics in this absurd blog? Heck no! I was talking about mosquitoes.

I don't understand why Mom always seems annoyed by the mosquitoes and keep spraying them with poisonous sprays in our house everyday and they are just dead, all of them. That's sad. I mean they're sweet not rude or anything.

Well okay I admit it that they're a little bit annoying and I realize Aedes Aegypti make huge trouble. But the harmful mosquitoes are only a few of them just like comparison between soldiers and civilians. You have to kill the one that threaten your life, not the innocent. How to do that? Oh for frak's sake!  Keep your house clean and make it impossible for them to live inside. So don't blame the mosquitoes when your family or boyfriend friends get the dengue fever. They're only tiny little creature that God made. They don't have sense and mind, they just live to survive, to keep alive, to breed. And we are, the human who have mind and sense. Where is your mosquitoesity humanity?

They sucks human and animal blood for living. So deal with it! Do you know that mosquitoes only live for two or three weeks? That's such a leap of life. Compare it with your chance to live year to year, decade to decade. Let them have a single drop of your litres of blood (if they're lucky enough tho). When they get a bit annoying just shoo them, if they come back for the fifth times just hit it, beat it, smack it quickly. They don't deserve a slow and painful death by poisonous sprays.

"I've heard it said that poison is a woman's weapon.
- Yes. Women, cravens... and eunuchs."
―Ned Stark and Grand Maester Pycelle

It doesn't mean that I love mosquitoes.
Do you love crocodiles and tigers more than you love cats and dogs? Me nope

Absurd talks!

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