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How Mosquitoes Ruin Your Friendships

Author: Mosquito Squad of Victoria

Mosquitoes are nasty critters. They bite, they make you itch, they carry diseases and spread them, and believe it or not, they can ruin your friendships. And they love it. They like nothing more than making people miserable as evidenced by their poor social graces and horrible etiquette. Not to mention it’s not enough for them to pick on man, but also on man’s best friend. If you let them take over, you can bet it will put a wrench in your friendships.

The Barbecue Mishap

Picture a beautiful day, the sun is shining and you are ready to grill baby! You’ve already invited the crew over to hang out and have a few beers while you spend the day rehashing old stories and sharing new ones. Everyone is bringing their fam and it’s going to be a great day. But wait…there is danger lurking around the yard. You hear a buzzing and then feel that familiar pinch. Oh no! Mosquitoes! Well, you think. They aren’t THAT bad, maybe no one will notice.

At first you’re right. As everyone shows up in the afternoon they aren’t too terrible, just a few bites here and there. Besides, it’s hot enough that everyone is spending time inside anyway. It’s a minor nuisance, but no biggie. Suddenly, as afternoon turns turns to evening…here. they. come. Now that the crowd has moved outdoors to enjoy the evening and the fantastic food that you have been slaving over all day, the cloud descends and you are surrounded by man-eating mosquitoes.

Everyone is swatting and shooing, kids are crying, and everyone is shaking their heads at your inability to protect them and their children from these tiny terrorists. Next time you break out the ribs, only your cousin Joe shows up, and that’s only because he wasn’t there for the previous invasion. Don’t let this happen to you.

Contact Mosquito Squad of Victoria today to start your mosquito control plan by calling us or by visiting our website today! Save yourself and your friends from this fate or from now on, you’ll be grilling for one.