Anonymous 04/26/19 (Fri) 03:56:52 No. 5544
Those look like carpet beetle I think. They can produce allergic reactions in some people resulting in symptoms similar to bedbug bites. The symptoms are caused by the fine hairs that they shed which pierce the skin.
Anonymous 04/26/19 (Fri) 19:54:33 No. 5545
Try to look up picture of rooms/houses in far worse conditions than your own, that kind of stuff usually motivates me to clean like there was no tomorrow.
Anonymous 04/27/19 (Sat) 07:15:48 No. 5546
Not trying to be insulting but, if you got to that point, just cleaning won't cut it. Those things will hatch and lay eggs all over the place, incredibly hard to remove because they stick on surfaces / crevices. Might actually need to clear the room of all furniture and go at it with a pest removal service.
Anonymous 05/03/19 (Fri) 01:28:23 No. 5550
>17 become stoner/NEET hybrid >only go to school to score weed >have old apple pipes stashed in desk drawer >fruit flies form a colony on their >amazed my high ass looking at the rows of fruit fly maggots on my old pipe >another time eat a piece of shitty fudge because of the munchies >didn't like it so tossed it in a cup and left it on dresser >weeks later look in it and its teeming with maggots, not fruit fly either as they are much bigger
it was pretty much one summer that all this happened because I got an ounce of shitty mexican regs that itself was full of dead bugs and just got high as fuck for 2 months on end
Anonymous 06/29/19 (Sat) 20:25:24 No. 5602
OP here. Surprisingly not a lot of bug activity in sight. I found a dead mouse in my closet a few days after the making of this thread and a single squirming maggot on my desk last week