Cockroaches

You own a club and cockroaches crawl into the empty beer bottles why?

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2011-09-29 13:00:38
2011-09-29 13:00:38

roaches are attracted to alcohol. in order to eliminate roaches, one method involves leaving a little bit of beer in a bottle standing upright covered by a sock or pantyhose. the roaches will then be able to climb the glass easier. you will find them dead inside the bottle after some time.

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