Molly (fairest1) wrote in binky_betsy,
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After a night spent hoping that each mosquito I obliterated in my room was the last (took out three and still heard a buzzing) I found myself thinking of strip 6938; for a change, I'm on Elly's side. Mosquitoes are incredibly annoying and it's not the fear of a bite that makes me lose sleep -- heck, I'd trade one bite for a night of silence.

Theory: The reason John thinks the only problem with mosquitoes is their bite is that years of working with a drill have left him deaf to higher-pitched sounds like the drone of insects, leaving him wondering how Elly can even tell there's a mosquito flying around.
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