No, it wasn't me. Sounds like something I would do though :p015:Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 60095
Definitely was Renae! That was so funny--although I would have been under at least two blankets and a comforter if it happened to me!Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 60095
it is funny Terry....do you think the bat got in there while you were still home through an open door/window? :shocked025:Just thought ....if the poor little thing was in there all that time.....what did he live on.....:shocked025: sorry for :shocked025: again....I'm just thinking of spiders!
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I`m sure that the bat must have entered the cellar on that night Diane or else the alarm would have triggered way before then.Originally Posted by Isafari, post: 60442
I know what you mean though, I heard somewhere that a pregnant female bat needs to eat around 3,000 insects a night in order to survive. [Just another snippet of useless information lodged somewhere in my brain! ].
I used to work for a hi-fi retailer and one night I got called out to the warehouse as the alarm had gone off. When I got there there were two gentlemen in blue waiting for me. They went in to look around and one of them went into the display room. A few seconds later he came out, white as a sheet and walking funny. His flashlight had picked out the eyes of the Pioneer panther on the top shelf. Needless to say he didn't get a lot of sympathy from his parter. Think he used a months supply of adrenalin that night.
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