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December 16, 2008

World's Most Technical Bug Trapper


From the website:

    Bug Trapper

    An ideal device for trapping flies, wasps, spiders, etc.

    You simply place the transparent pyramid over the insect on a wall or window, rotate it 180° (causing a door to slide closed), carry the insect outside, rotate the pyramid 180° again (letting the door slide open) and release the captive — no muss, no fuss, and no big welts.

    Made in England by environmentally sensitive people.

    16" long.




December 16, 2008 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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World's most low-tech bug trapper: A water glass and a thin, stiff piece of cardboard to slide under it.

The bugs in England must be a whole lot more sluggish than the bugs in Georgia. And did it say flies? Ha ha ha! Plus, a big healthy cockroach wouldn't fit in that thing. You'd just piss it off and when it escaped it would run up your sleeve and down into your underwear.

Posted by: Flautist | Dec 16, 2008 1:31:51 PM

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