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Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:44 pm

I know this sounds strange, but I make my own fly bait.
I used to use South African red-top fly traps £7.50 each, Now I have tried many formulas, even using my own waste products, which ended upon Aida when the bag split! lol......

Now on the USA patents web site is some fascinating information, So I am looking for powdered egg, Iv'e tried most of our supermarkets, but knowing me I might have missed it.

If anyone spots it please let me know, my latest batch of bait seems very good,
Ps: I'm not using any of my bodily excretions,this time, well not just yet, as Aida is still recovering from the shock!

I love killing flies and my pal Klaus picked up quite a few in Cairo (fly traps) which seem to work quite well with my own bait.
Nb: 'Did you know yellow attracts flies ? It say's a lot about my sand colored walls... 8)

Ps: "Two flies sitting on dog sh*t. One farts. The other says "Do you mind? I'm eating my dinner!"
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Horus » Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:18 pm

Don't you have one of those electric zappers? you really need to be killing the little ******** that are in your house and not making up recipes to attract them in. :D
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 5:44 pm

They don't come into the house, I have cats that like catching them the odd mozzie but I'm immune,
I spray around a bit when guests descend upon me, It's the beer I reckon that deters them.... 8)
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:30 pm

Ps: As Eid fast approaches us, I buy big boxes of chocolates for various families. (the easy option)

This time: 'I had a great Idea!...I said to my pal "is 'magnoon Eric the Red Indian, still in the 'kalabosh/Gurna Jail ?
He phoned his copper pal who said 'No he's left the Country'..'la whaala!

So that's a box of chocchies inc: ( hidden diamond-toothed flexible saw) going spare.
'Anyone know somebody incarcerated that's needs a box of expensive chocolates ?

"Allah smiles on The Compassionate".... 'It's in the Koran! true.

Oh! the kids that died in the canal were weaving about the road at 5.30am,
playing like idiots until they probably under-steered into the canal.
The CCTV cameras recorded it, so the Police say. This time I believe them, stupid s*ds here,
'can't drive for toffee.
The Hendon Police taught me after,...'I knocked one off his motorbike in my Ambulance.....
'Ramadan Kareem.... 8)

Ps: 'So no powdered egg yet ? 'be lucky!

Pss: For those of you unfamiliar with 'magoon Eric the Red Indian ?
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:45 pm

Oh Yeh! "If that copper hadn't been driving so fast and I hadn't jumped a red light,
I would never have become a Rally driver.

Funny old World eh ?
His name was Mick Grey, after his broken leg healed, later he got shrapnel is his back in the Maidstone pub bombing.
He got 'fast-tracked to an Inspector, all the coppers hated him..

I't was just another thought...'me and my little Alpeen... 8)
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:41 pm

It's Ramadan, I'm up late watching Line of Duty, if only, real coppers were like this there would be no crims.
Anyhow.... drinking causes to use my loo a lot,
Looked up and saw this. So!... that's where I got my strap-line from,duh!... The most stolen item from the Tardis,
we had them made in easy stealable plastic, probably buy one on E-Bay.

One of my better idioms I thought!
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Anyhow back to coppers chasing crooks, mind you most the crooks all seem to be coppers, weird or what ?.... 8)
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Horus » Sat Jun 01, 2019 11:34 pm

Line of Duty, brilliant series but we still don't know who 'H' is, maybe its me! :o
If so, "I insist upon being interviwed by a senior officer at least one rank above my own" (a phrase repeated in every series :lol: :lol: )
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Sun Jun 02, 2019 5:39 pm

So, it seems my new 'fly-bait is working, I even threw in some of that smelly fish stuff!
One wonders if it attracts more flies to my place than normal, It's a quandary !..... 8)
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Horus » Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:22 pm

I fear that there are more flies in the world than you can fit into that trap, are you not just attracting them in from everywhere else?
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Dusak » Mon Jun 03, 2019 7:01 am

I bought some sticky fly catchers when in Thailand, about 100Le each. They are brilliant, stand them on any flat surface. or hang them. They give off a pong that attracts fly's, so there are many hundreds stuck to the first one after four weeks. This is outside where I sit, very rarely do I get one inside. The down side is that the wriggling little ******'s attract the jumping spiders, they too get stuck, which is a shame as I like spiders. Collateral damage.
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:57 am

Tuesday tomorrow ! the weekly drinking session with my two restaurateur pals.
So, cleaning looked up at my salon roof, it's beamed all very fashionable in English country cottages.
Covered in spiders webs & homes. Out with my useless hoover to suck them all up.
If only I could buy a George or a Henry...even a Betty...
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Only to realise Why!...... 'I don't have many flies or mozzies in my house, 'spiders & spiders' webs. qed!

Oh! well I'll repeat the operation in 6 months time.... 8)
Ps: Added some dry doggie chews to the new fly bait, why not ? 'nothing ventured nothing...
Pss: 'Bet you didn't know someone invented an ally strip for painting also called 'a George..
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Post by Who2 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:53 pm

And another George,
this one, we gave a lift to in our van early one morning, after a heavy night
from Toft's in Folkestone to The Bag o'Nails in Kingly St.
It was quite a mental journey really, all being 'pilled-off our heads all talking at once..... 8)
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Oh!..who's the 'ice-cream ?... it's Georgie Fame......
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Horus » Mon Jun 03, 2019 8:22 pm

"I say yeh yeh, that's what I say, I say yeh yeh, " Well not really, he was a bloody awful singer. :stp

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Post by Who2 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:25 pm

Yeh! but he was Mod.......... 8)
'Wern't a greaser were you ? We hated greasers oily leather clad unwashed bikers, No class...
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Post by Horus » Tue Jun 04, 2019 2:08 am

100% Greaser, long haired, leather clad and hard as nails and we rode BIG motorcycles not little hairdryers, I doubt that many Mods even had the strength to kick start a 650 Norton or a BSA Goldstar those Brighton Mods always looked a bit soft, did those little put-puts they rode even have any gears? :mb: :lol: :lol:

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Post by John Landon » Tue Jun 04, 2019 9:25 am

During my observations of life on earth, it does often amaze me how people separate themselves from each other by forming groups and then fighting over differences. Mods versus rockers proves my case, they will even fight over which genre of music they follow.. :lol:

I remember the Mod revival in 1979, thankfully it didnt last long. If the guy in my art class were to have played Green Onions one more time, I swear I was going to ram his cassette player up his backside, once I had removed his fishtail parker coat from his back.

I got put off those pesky little vespa's after my mate gave me a lift and promptly crashed at the end of the lane.
Pesky vespa ? Vespa is italian for wasp. QED... 8)

My Old man had a Lambretta, he didnt own it long, given his driving ability, he probably wrote it off. Now when I say Ability, he was a perfectly good driver, but his temper used to get the better of him, and therein is where the accidents would occur..

Best time was when he got out of the car to teach the guy who had just cut him off a lesson, and my old man ripped off his ariel and drove off.

After we got home, I answered the door to the same 2 people who were in that car, they showed me thier identification before asking to see my dad... Cardiff CID of all people... :lol:

I once got a swift clip round the ear because my dad had got riled by another driver, All I said was
"You are a good driver arent you Dad" ? Followed by said hand on the side of the face.... He thought I was being sarcastic......... :tk
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Dusak » Thu Jun 06, 2019 9:25 am

Who2 wrote:
Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:57 am
Tuesday tomorrow ! the weekly drinking session with my two restaurateur pals.
So, cleaning looked up at my salon roof, it's beamed all very fashionable in English country cottages.
Covered in spiders webs & homes. Out with my useless hoover to suck them all up.
If only I could buy a George or a Henry...even a Betty...
15396
Only to realise Why!...... 'I don't have many flies or mozzies in my house, 'spiders & spiders' webs. qed!

Oh! well I'll repeat the operation in 6 months time.... 8)
Ps: Added some dry doggie chews to the new fly bait, why not ? 'nothing ventured nothing...
Pss: 'Bet you didn't know someone invented an ally strip for painting also called 'a George..
15397
"follow d' bear"

RIP "George gone but not forgotten slowly...
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/10/scie ... ecies.html

'And let us all remember Lonesome George...
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/08/scie ... ule=inline
Sorry to p**s on your parade Who2, but a George painting edger has been out longer than you have lived. It was originally invented donkeys years ago to use while edging in the paint around Georgian windows to prevent paint getting onto the glass, hence the name George. it was first made out of a piece of curve thin wood, but later evolved into a thin flexible one made of tin. My old man was a painter and decorator after the war, he had several of these handy tools.
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Who2 » Thu Jun 06, 2019 12:00 pm

They came in different lengths as well, I also was once a 'tosher..... 8)
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Post by Horus » Thu Jun 06, 2019 1:50 pm

Dusak, they were also good for keeping paint off the carpet when painting skirting boards :up
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Re: Powdered Egg ?

Post by Horus » Thu Jun 06, 2019 1:56 pm

Who2 wrote:
Thu Jun 06, 2019 12:00 pm
They came in different lengths as well, I also was once a 'tosher..... 8)
Are you sure that people were calling you a Tosher?
Reminds me of the boxer Chris Eubank, once after a match on the TV he turned to the commentator and said the crowd was behind me all the way, I could here them shouting "Eubanker, Eubanker" :D
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