Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Parasite week continues

Now, there is a bat in the belfry (sic; third floor) of the house.

We are too tired to battle.

We have no idea where/how it came in.

All equals one giant SIGH.


Applecart T. said...

It's complicated.

Hyperblogal said...

I have looked at the Sanborn map that shows your house in the early 1800s. Apparently a bunch of renegade indians (yes, some indians were actually bad people) were buried right under Chez .t. . I would heartily recommend a very long (three days seems about right) ceremony to rid yourself of the curse that is causing: dead birds by the score, silverfish by the hundreds, an irrational cat, spiders in the hundreds and, of course, bats. Otherwise this will just continue to get more and more interesting... and not in a good way.

Anonymous said...


Hyperblogal said...

Amityville was a carnival compared to what .t. and .g. will face in the future. P.S. I offer house curse clearing services for a very modest hourly fee. Includes the activities of two very anti-evil cats who are licensed and bonded.

Hyperblogal said...

Additional instructions on bat removal. In order to avoid violating the rights of another species please perform the following test prior to bat eviction. 1. Proceed to bat hanging room. 2. Use step ladder to draw near to bat. 3. Have cross in had. 4. Yell HEY.
5. Hold up cross to awakened bat (you might have to whack the ceiling since I think they're deaf). 6. If bat ignores you or sticks out tongue proceed with the evacuation by using authorized poke. 7. If bat screams leave it alone and exit the room... it's a vampire and has rights just like anyone else.