Ladybirds....

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  1. Alan Dugdales Moustache

    Alan Dugdales Moustache Well-Known Member

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    Lots of them in Rugby. Well, my garden actually. . I like them so it's not a complaint. It's not like being covered in wasps is it ?
    Anyone else inundated ?
     
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    They're foreign ladybirds coming over here taking the jobs of our native ladybirds. That's the problem with a global economy.
     
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    Slags as well riddled with disease.
     
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    Bloody fruit flies are everywhere in my house at the mo. The mrs is a clean freak aswell so never any old fruit/food lying around- don’t know where they are coming from!
     
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    Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.
     
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    Groucho!
     
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    Brexit will sort them out.
     
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    Didn't realise but all the best witticisms are usually Groucho or maybe Woody Allen or Churchill sometimes Otis......
     
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    Wasn't there a group of backing singers called the Ladybirds back in the day, i wonder if they had STD's
     
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    Yeah had that two or three seeks back.
    Came home to a plague of them
    Right nuisance!!
     

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