>live in city
>these little creatures keep coming out of my sink
>pretty sure I saw one in the shower
>they know where I sleep
>is this my fault?
>HELP. >be me. >live in city. >these little creatures keep coming out of my sink
I have roaches, snails and spiders in my house.
The snails are usually in the shower, the spiders in the bathroom and the roaches everywhere else.
I want to blow my fucking brains out after setting the whole house on fire, but alas, I have family that lives with me.
Oh, how I wish I could leave the thirdworld.
Why are city people so dumb.
Take bleach and pour it down the drain.
Bleach was God's gift to humanity. It kills everything. Even you.
why arent you dumping bleach down the drain to kill them?
What actually happened:
>OP raised Triops
>they grew pretty good but then he made a mistake and they died
>he disposed them in the sink
>"looks pretty fucked up Lol"
>takes a picture to troll people on a siamesian paper bleaching board
I never heard of what triops were until I showed this to you guys.
If its buenos aires im willing to believe it. Have you ever seen the kind of shit that goes in the tap water in latin-america? I once had fucking muddy water come out of the tap. Yeah im not shitting you
Try them with some of that stuff, what's it called, tartar sauce? Could be delicious.
If youre worried about them try fumigating your pipes maybe call a plumber to take a look.
1. cut up an old tshirt or something, get a rubber band, and put it around your faucet head as a filter
2. use draincleaner, lye, bleach, whatever on-hand poisonous or caustic shit you can get in decent quantities on short notice. fill up a large pot or bucket with water, put poisonous stuff in sink, let it sit for 20 minutes, pour water in to flush it away
3. contact your landlord or whoever regarding the stuff that's coming in through the faucet, the filter is only a stop-gap, also probably boil water that's coming out through there before drinking it, even if it doesn't have tiny critters in it, it has whatever they're eating, pissing and shitting; if viable consider bottled water until the issue is resolved
bro how tf do you get a triops colony in your plumming?
Just curious anon, where in the world do you live?
This is what happens when you fap into your sink. Always fap into a cumjar, then put a lid on it and dispose of it in the garbage bin when it's full. That's more environmentally friendly.
STOP letting garloid water runoff drain in your sink they WILL spawn and they WILL clog your pipes.
Contact your landlord and/or utilities company. Keep a couple in a jar with a water sample so it can be tested
>So it can be tested
I read that as "tasted".
>The species is considered a human ally against the West Nile virus, as the individuals consume Culex mosquito larvae. They also are used as a biological pest control in Japan, eating weeds in rice paddies. The Beni-Kabuto Ebi Albino variant of T. cancriformis is particularly valued for this purpose. In Wyoming, the presence of T. longicaudatus usually indicates a good chance of the hatching of spadefoot frogs.
>Dried eggs of T. longicaudatus are sold in kits to be raised as aquarium pets, sold under the name of "aquasaurs", "trigons" or "triops".
Seems like they are friendly but it’s still gross, rentfags must follow advice for all issues.
I think there might be a crack somewhere in your pipes
Like in the ground
Do either of you geniuses care to explain how something could get inside a cracked pipe that is pressurized anywhere from 40 to 60 psi?
Maybe they blew in through a window?
>The shrimp has one of the strangest lifestyles and survival strategies known to the animal kingdom. This enables it to disappear for decades while its eggs blow about in the wind waiting for a suitable moment to hatch out in a temporary pond. Then with remarkable speed, eating about 40 percent of its own body weight each day, the tadpole shrimp grows to maturity in two to three weeks. This enables it to lay another lot of eggs before its home dries out again.
Are they comming out of the tap or out of the drain?
If it’s coming from the water, a pipe is leaking somewhere before it gets to you or the water treatment guys fucked up.
If it’s the drain, someone else in the building above/upstream of you poured some eggs down their drain (or a friend decided to prank you by dumping a pack of eggs in your own drains). Anyone connected to your drains downstream of you is unlikely to have these guys manage to make the climb.
If it was just a freak one time occurrence, maybe happened. I’ve seen it happen with a different tinier species on a glass of distilled water left out on a windowsill.
They can’t hurt you at least, just are creepy looking.
This has been happening for a solid two weeks now and won't stop. Every time I was the dishes these monsters just start falling from the faucet with the water and crawl everywhere.
>Lives in buenos aires
>Surprised that the bugs are coming after him
Reminds me of the time an anon had nematodes from his tap. Are your cracker jack critters still moving?
They usually come out alive
Fuck if I know then. Might want to get a filter if you drink from the tap until you figure something out.
I'm sure it's nothing serious.
>sink dispenses free triops
it's not fair
They look like tadpole shrimp; I don't know why they're in your drainage system though.
Not my problem
Careful. Those things crawl inside you.
I saw one crawling towards the underside of my fingernail do I have to wear shoes in the shower now??
That's why I'm asking you!!!
Why the fuck are they in my sink
No those are huge
Does your sink do this?
this, they under your body from under your finger and toenails
Wtf those almost look like sea lice
Is all that soil/sediment coming out of your tap too?
Some of it yeah but the creatures spurt them out too as they die.
Meant this for Buenos aires anon
Based third-worlder. How tf do you thirdies live like this? Literal untreated lake water coming out of your taps
You filter it, boil it, or buy tap water. Its not all that different from civilized countries except for the diy part.
You can also move to a better place.