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    Theres a gekko in my bedroom

    The missus is petrified, im scared in case it bites too

    How do i get it out?

    HELP








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    ^Pussy. Put it on a lead and feed it mosquitos.

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    Call Thaimeme.

    He'll have that caught, cooked in a tom jued and wolfed down in no time!

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    That's not a gekko.

    Just sweep it out with a broom.

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    ^ hes gone into hiding


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    Big feller. Definitely not a house gekko. Some kind of field lizard. Get some sticky paper for catching mice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    That's not a gekko
    What is it then?

    Its too big for a jingjok

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    Watch out Dill! It can grow!


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    It's some kind of garden lizard. It doesn't have sticky gekko feet and can't run up the wall.

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    just becareful of that tail - it has a stinger in it

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    He wont be growing too big.





    Hes under the bed now. Hope he doesnt touch mess with my sock

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    Don't worry it'll leave if there's not enough food. No problem if it can't climb on the wall or ceiling.
    I once had a gekko on the ceiling that shit in my eye while i was leaning back in the recliner watching TV. Looking on the good side, at least my mouth wasn't open.

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    Hes gone

    Had to get the bazookas out









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    The worrying bit is i cant see how it got in here. Lucky it werent a snake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Theres a gekko in my bedroom
    Oh horror there may also be a mosquito in your living room

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    Soft coont!

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    It could have ate my daughter that, insensitive fukkers

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    You should have got Antrobertson over to talk the fucking thing to death.

    Or tomcat, he might want to felch with the fucker though.

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    Looking back now it looks more monitor lizard than gekko

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    Just one small bite and you're dead, Dill...And they're quicker than greased shit, as you know already...


    They never tell you how they get in...

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    Just a Fence Lizard...Or Garden Fence Lizard, some say...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    It could have ate my daughter that, insensitive fukkers
    I think you already know where sympathy is to be found.

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    He /she didn't necessarily ask to be there.

    There must have been some trees/bushes somewhere near you that he/she could have been relocated to?

    Probably hiding from the birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    What is it then?

    Its too big for a jingjok
    It's a baby one of these you fcuking wuss. It'll find its own way outta the house.
    Thai Lizard ,Blue-crested Lizard (calotes mystaceus)

    Threat to humans[edit]
    Non-venomous and harmless to humans. Can give a painful bite if handled, but is not dangerous.
    Last edited by Pragmatic; 13-07-2017 at 09:16 AM.

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