Why is it that just after I have repainted the white cladding at the front of my house, every insect in the area considers it necessary to commit hara-kiri on it?


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Janey Profile
Janey answered
It looks like a giant white runway for them to land on and skid across.This scientific theory is also governed by Janey's Law -  the more wood stain preservative you paint on a fence, the more a boisterous 2-year old Golden Retriever will sniff it and jump on it and then look like a furry gold and autumn cedar colour lol.
Tony Newcastle Profile
Tony Newcastle answered
Hara kiri..??
Were all these insects kamikaze Japanese fire ants??
Steve Robinson Profile
Steve Robinson answered
"Murphy's Law".  It affects everything around us, no matter how trivial we think it is at the time.

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