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Sweet Dreams

May 9, 2018 by Tim

Yes, I read that article, and if I have to know about it, so do you.


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Linh Nguyen
Linh Nguyen
3 years ago

And there incident of spider in a woman ear, which I would argue is worse then roaches.

Nose isn’t as bad as ear since you can blow your nose, forcing the bug to go out.

Mouth, well people do eat bugs

Darkening
Darkening
3 years ago

Yeah, I saw that headline and promptly noped the hell out of there without reading it. Thanks for the reminder.

Drakontis
Drakontis
3 years ago

Alright, alright, where’s the dang link?

DerGrosseNorbert
DerGrosseNorbert
3 years ago

One of us! One of us!

raven0ak
raven0ak
3 years ago

Lucas is true bro, always remember to point mistakes of your friends when they think to have proofed all holes

Tumbleweed
Tumbleweed
3 years ago

Roach: Home?
Me: Yeeaahh, how about no?

Mael
Mael
3 years ago

Is it just me, or does Lucas’ hair look peculiar in the last panel?
It seems bigger… more pompous

maarvarq
maarvarq
3 years ago

I am _fairly_ sure that I would notice a cockroach burrowing into my ear even were I asleep.

FITCamaro
FITCamaro
3 years ago
Reply to  maarvarq

The average person swallows 2-3 bugs in their sleep every year.

Martin
Martin
3 years ago
Reply to  FITCamaro

Source, please

Nick Chambers
Nick Chambers
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

Please provide sources for these made up facts.

foducool
foducool
3 years ago
Reply to  Martin

source : dude trust me

Fred
Fred
3 years ago
Reply to  FITCamaro

That’s a myth. The number was concocted out of thin air.

larry putnam
larry putnam
3 years ago
Reply to  Fred

No it came form the Internet and you know its true!!!

Fongletto
Fongletto
3 years ago
Reply to  FITCamaro

Interestingly enough, this is a modified version of part of a list of made up facts that was circulated to prove how easily people accept information as truth in the early days of the internet. (though arguably still relevant now). In the original statement it was 8 spiders were swallowed in your sleep per year. Overtime many different variations have come about.

Leigh
Leigh
3 years ago
Reply to  maarvarq

Not a roach, but when I was younger, (about 23) I had a spider cricket crawl into my ear. It was utterly horrifying, but I didn’t feel it while it was happening. I woke up after a nap, everything sounded muffled, then I heard scritching sounds and noped all the way to the hospital. One oral syringe and a cup full of warm water, and they blasted that bastard right the hell out.

mughi
mughi
3 years ago

Khannnnnnnn!

Tim
Tim
3 years ago
Reply to  mughi

yussss!! I am glad im not the only one who thought that.

Unvoiced
Unvoiced
3 years ago

I heard about this too. I still sleep nice and sound. And there are much WARMER places that the roach could choose too…a little lower on the body…just saying…

foducool
foducool
3 years ago

ahah nightmare material right there
better live in a cockroaches free place ^^’

Caffeinator
3 years ago

Should have gone for the pantyhose on head, like on Raising Hope.

Frankie
Frankie
3 years ago
Reply to  Caffeinator

That’s what I was thinking.

demoncat_4
demoncat_4
3 years ago

nice one lucas for now ethan will be wearing his superhero outfit and mask all the time to keep the bugs away.

Undying3132
Undying3132
3 years ago

There was a guy who had a leech living in his nose.

MightyThor34
MightyThor34
3 years ago

I think if Ethan he had a roach in his ear he would just have to force himself to respawn, no other choice honestly…

Mistborn
Mistborn
3 years ago

Why wouldn’t he just kill himself if one gets in? He’d just respawn, right?

Unvoiced
Unvoiced
3 years ago
Reply to  Mistborn

What if his powers allow him to respawn with everything on his person?

Brent
Brent
3 years ago

Still better than a Xenomorph, not that this makes me any less likely to wear earplugs when I sleep

Stephanie
Stephanie
3 years ago

There is a case of a girl with ants that are nesting in her skull. Doctors keep pulling out more from her ear, but they haven’t found the queen yet, and other then ear pain from too many there isn’t seemingly any other impact on her health. I think the girl lives in India.

larry putnam
larry putnam
3 years ago

Having had a gnat fly up my nose while doing yard work,Ears would be better, thank you.

Dennis Hepworth
Dennis Hepworth
3 years ago

Love the Firefly poster there on the wall.

SilverShadow4
SilverShadow4
3 years ago

I was looking for this comment, thank you!

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
3 years ago

How many respawns do you think it will take until Ethan learns that it’s a bad idea to sleep with a plastic bag tied around his head?

Brent
Brent
3 years ago
Reply to  Eldest Gruff

Well, if he keeps resurrecting, and he’s fully refreshed when he comes back, then theoretically he could do it every night and it wouldn’t even matter.

Kuraimizu
Kuraimizu
3 years ago

Given how Ethan reacts to the slim possibility of a bug crawling into his ear, I wonder how he would react to someone explaining in explicit detail how his nose works, using the example of smelling something disgusting, like shit. Does Ethan know that when he walks into a bathroom and smells Shit, that microscopic pieces of shit floating in the air, landed on the inside of his nose when he breathed in? Does he know, that those microscopic pieces of shit then landed on “hairs” that are actually part of his olfactory Neurons? and that a neuron is a… Read more »

Case
Case
3 years ago

I can say for a fact that a bug in the ear hurts like hell! happened to me on a camping trip as a kid pine beetle got in my ear an tried to dig it’s way through my eardrum had to go to the ER for them to kill it. my parents thought my eardrum had ruptured. It was the single worst pain of my life.

Jesse Brauning
Jesse Brauning
3 years ago
Reply to  Case

DAMMNNN. At leat my ear bugs just wanted a warm space and were not trying to kill me.

Lt. Kettch
Lt. Kettch
3 years ago

And now he’ll wrap his head with a duct tape and suffocate. One more stupid death, one more respawn.

Jesse Brauning
Jesse Brauning
3 years ago

In the last couple years I’ve had a spider and a beetle in my ear. Both crawled in while I was asleep. I got the beetle out right away, but the spider was tenacious and it took all to get him to come out.

Arc
Arc
3 years ago

Quality mirror.