"Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May" is a poem by Robert Herrick. This poem portrays our existence on earth, and that people age as life goes on, and everything becomes boundless. Herrick here urges people to take advantage of youth and energy while they may! The poem is in the genre of carpe diem, to seize the day.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Lemon and Cloves to Repel Flies

Apparently! This is an effective method to repel flies (and some other insects)


Maha said...

that is SO COOOOL I want to try it hahahahah

Badrah said...

Didnt know that..
Thanks ;p

Ansam said...

Me too... not that I want flies LOL

I never tried it. There is one way to find out though hehehe

..::Amu::.. said...

mmm need to try it some time :)

Ansam said...

Yeah, its like we are wishing for flies now to try it out LOL

'Grey' said...

Kuwait times .. Yeah Kuwait times repel flies as well... Jsut roll it , smash it ... Job done

eshda3wa said...

kosh shay 7ag elbarr

Badrah said...

Khosh shay 7ag el Wafra !

Ansam said...

LOL that should do it too :-P

eshda3wa & Badrah-
Yeah if it turns out effective thats great... cuz you know with all those repellents the smell is not all that!

Anonymous said...

I've heard of this "fly repelent" but I thought you stuck the cloves in whole lemons the same way you do oranges for a Christmas decoration but I see by the picture that you quarter the lemons to leave the flesh exposed. That makes more sense to me.

Ansam said...

I tried it.. it does work to an extent, but you would still have flies.. less of course

alex said...

Hy friends, I am in Spain, and here we also use this to repel flies. I am trying and I think it works. I open the lemon by half and put the cloves. Thank you for sharing this small and beautiful issues.

Ansam said...

Alex, thanks for dropping by :-) I tried it... it did work to some extent ;-)

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