Don’t Let The Bugs Bite!
The bugs will bite you when you are sitting in a chair by the pool, in the grass of a park where you are sitting for a show, at a baseball game, playing Softball or other sports, or simply going out for a walk, or going for a stroll around your neighborhood.
Bugs will bite you, even when you have bug spray, or the “the juice,” and spray it on yourself, in an attempt to not have the bugs attack, and cause you harm, and discomfort, both before, and after the fact, depending on what the case is.
Bugs will bite you even when you have socks on that cover your ankles, and the rest of your feet because they somehow have the power to get through the cloth material, and attack you.
Some bugs might also land on you, and your clothes, look at you, and then fly off into the air, or stay on you, and then bite you, depending on what they sense in you, and on your items that they are on, or what they feel like doing.
Bugs will also bite you when you also have pants, and long-sleeve shirts on. If, or when you have ever felt a stinging sensation on any part of your body like your arm, leg, neck or face that is probably, and most likely a bug trying to bite you, or it could also be one that has already done its damage to you, and you are just feeling the bite’s after-effect, and aftermath.
Bugs especially like people who are sweet, and have a lot of sugar in their bloodstream. They take what they want from your body, and then they take back their tools of wrath when they are done their leaving bumps, risen-scars, and minor swellings above your skin, that cause you to itch, and scratch, as you attempt to stop the pain from the bite from bothering you.
If this is the case, and from experience to stop the itching, use one of the nails on your fingers, preferably your thumb, or index finger, or whichever one of your fingers is the easiest for you to use, and put an X on the bump, or risen-scar, or minor swellings, depending on what the bug has left on you, to make the itching stop.
The nuisance(s) will, and also, should then shrink, and go away bringing your skin back to its normal, and regular condition that you are used to, and that you had before the bug bit you. If your bug bites are larger, and several have left their mark in a drastic manner, you might have to do the x-marks-the-spot-method multiple times. The swelling might also take a day-or-two, or longer to go down, especially if it is, or they are, on your ankles.
While bugs, or insects or other small-amphibian-type animals, are good for the environment, and play their position in society, it sometimes seems as though that they do not know, and are not accustomed to what we humans are. They strike, and are prevalent in hot, and sweaty conditions, environments and atmospheres. We humans have to protect ourselves, use precaution, and act fast when we are around them, or come across them in our everyday life or both.
This is important to do so we don’t get, or come down with the deadly West Nile Virus from bugs like Mosquitoes, or Lyme Disease from other bug-like creatures like Ticks that are in plants, grass, or other brushy areas like meadows, and on other animals like Deer.
Some areas of the World, like the Mid-western region of the United States, also have bugs like Sweat Bees that give you a stinging sensation on your fingers, or other part of your body like your neck. The sting goes away after a while, but cautious measures are still necessary since Sweat Bees only live in certain parts, and regions of the World.
No matter where you are in the World, bugs will bite you. Some of us don’t ever get bit by bugs, (we must not be sweet enough), while some of us might sometimes get bitten by them, and might not other times. In other instances, others of us might always get bit by a bug.
It just all depends, but with the aforementioned information, we should all be good when it comes to bugs, and their bites.