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Category Archives: Debugged – the lighter side of pest control

Its important not to take yourself to seriously in life, so the Debugged category (not deBugged – clever huh!) giggles at pest control, a little bit.

Do Termites Like Rock Music?

The more you read about termites, and I suppose any other pest, the more interesting and strange facts, you tend to come across. Not sure you can really believe all of them, but even so they do provide some mild entertainment, whilst doing research. Here are a few crazy ones I have come across recently, [...]

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Mosquitoes, Malaria and Bella Italy!

In preparation for my upcoming holiday to south Italy I was browsing through the history section in my guide book to Puglia and discovered some fascinating facts about how mosquitoes had devastated entire communities. The endemic and epidemic presence of malaria in Italy has shaped the history and development of this beautiful country, but especially [...]

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DigiAwards Best Corporate Blog Results

We had a lovely evening at the DigiAwards last week, i.e deBugged didn’t win in the best corporate blog category. It was the “3 blog” that won, as mentioned in the previous post about us being shortlisted. Yes, that’s right they are the ones whose building I pass every morning on the way to work… [...]

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Wasps & Yellow Handbags – Do Not Mix!

Until my unfortunate wasp sting last weekend I don’t recall being stung by a wasp for many, many years. My earliest memory of wasp stings is from my childhood (like Danusia’s wasp story) and my Hungarian grandmother insisting on dabbing strong vinegar on to the sting, which I feared almost more than the sting itself! It [...]

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