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I Am A Fruit Fly Serial Killer

Every year 'round this time we get inundated with fruit flies. I have tried many methods to get rid of them, some more successfully than others.

But thanks to Instapundit, I found a method that really works!!


I had fruit fly carcasses galore today and hardly any of the critters still flying round.
Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
 Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.

It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.

Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:

First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)

Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.

Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
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Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
Every summer, I end up with at least one fruit fly infestation.
It starts out innocently enough — I’ll notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around a bunch of bananas on the kitchen counter. They’re annoying, but harmless. In a few days, though, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give them a week or two, and you end up with an entire fruit fly village in your home, buzzing in your face, dive bombing your end-of-the-day glass of Chardonnay, and generally making life unbearable.
Fortunately, an online friend told me years ago how to get rid of fruit flies, easily, cheaply, safely, and EFFECTIVELY. Here’s the recipe:
First, take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.)
Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar.
Finally, in the words of my lovely friend…. WATCH THE CARNAGE.
- See more at: http://suburbanturmoil.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies/2013/08/28/#sthash.Ar1zVThp.dpuf
Highly recommended!!

*subhead*Bringing death.*subhead*

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4 comments:

Sophia's Favorite said...

This is really more mass- or spree-killing, you don't carefully select only a certain profile of fruit fly.

Robert said...

It's too bad I'm never bothered by fruit flies.....I won't be able to try this.

Andrea said...

I'll remember this one... I used white wine in a bowl with saran wrap and holes once and that did ok, but I'd rather not waste our white wine on fruit flies...

Nod said...

I'm trying it now, already got 10 of those suckers!

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