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I think its their heads, or their eyes. I dunno! But either way I don't like them. I can tolerate them around me and stuff but once it touches my skin its like everything is silent for about 5 seconds then I just squeal as loud as possible and throw my self around the room! My boyfriend has a phobia of moths (pahahahhahaahahahahahaha! Sorry, if anybody has one, but man, its funny to watch him!) And he will do ANYTHING to get away from one. We were in a take out pizza shop sitting down and a moth the size of a bird flew across the ceiling and he just burst into tears. I did too, in laughter haha! I think my favourite was this one in his bedroom which made him run a mile. I could hear a weird flapping sound and I was like what is that? So we turned on the lights (there was a really rubbish lamp on while he was eating cereal... At night... I know he's weird) and it was right there in front of him. He threw the bowl up into the air and the cereal and milk went EVERYWHERE. I laughed for like half an hour but he stayed on the landing crying and yelling at the moth XD
The worst for me was a few weeks ago. Me and my best friend were having a girly night in and we were sat watching a movie on her laptop in the dark. Little did I know a spider was slowly creeping onto my face. As soon as I caught a glimmer of this big hairy thing on my forehead I jumped up (at like 3am) screaming as loud as possible and started to punch my self in the face to get it off. I then realised that it was just sitting on the bed and I'd been punching my self for no reason... Hahahahah!
- Alexandrine parakeets Kona, Peaches, George (missing), Holly (RIP), & Orange winged Amazon parrot Paulie