i've had many an encounter with a moth... this 1 time, this moth was just sitting there, so i grabbed some tissues, grabbed the dude within the tissues and slowly squeezed, it popped like a massive pimple..... it rocked!!!!!!!!!
HOLY MOSES~you don't even know...my friends and I went camping and one of the guys had a super flash light and a moth as big as a barbie doll started coming toward us...I hate any kind of bugs with a passion..so he turned off the light and my other friend and i were near a light so it started toward us...and i started screaming and grabbed my friend and thats when mothera hit my friend in the face and died...and ewwwwwww...i'm traumatized...i'm not even playing the body of the moth was as thick as a small cell phone...gross..ok i'm done
For some odd reason, whatever room I stay in, it attracks flying insects. This year so far, I've been lucky. In the past I've had to deal with flying ants (I beleive that would make them the drones), a handful of wasps, a couple of bees, ladybugs (they're only cute when they're not flying at you), and of course... moths.
For some odd reason, I can deal pretty well with all of them except the moths. Everytime I see one in my room/house, I just have this reaction of throwing something at it. Whenever they get too close though, I have what seems to be a mini panic attack... or something. Damn I hate moths.
I haven't, but my father has. He was coming home from work early one morning, and as he was taking his motorcycle helment off, a moth flew straight into his ear. The moth then proceeded to crawl down inside his ear canal, eventually getting stuck on his ear drum, and wanting fiercly to get out. My father, screaming and yelling for my mother to get this bleepty bleep thing out of his ear, ran into the bathroom. Cursing and swearing my mother tried to pick at it, but to no avail. He then ran out the door, hopped back on the motorcycle and drove to the hospital a few blocks away. After telling the desk people of his situation, they got him to sit down and fill out some forms, so they can take his blood pressure, and then see about getting the moth out. My father, not wanting to have to wait for the moth to be removed (who can blame him? the thing was dancing on his ear drum.) told the nurses what they could do with their bleepity bleep paper work and their bleepity bleep blood pressure test. He then went straight to the Ear/Nose and Throat clinic across the street, where our favorite Irish doctor sat him right down, poured a liquid into his ear to kill the moth, and then extracted it with some foreceps, all in under 5 minutes, free of charge. God bless the Irish.
I lived in the country in Elizabeth Colorado and there is a summer month where the moths come out in numbers that are absolutly obscene. They would eventually cluster in the hundreds around the ceiling light too high for us too reach. We would vacumn them up with a extender. One time I had stuck the tube to my ear to see if I could hear anything and one flew out and hit my ear and that freaked me out more than almost anything else ever had!!!