100 Fun Ways to Kill Flies

1. My housemate John reports that it’s possible to kill a fly in mid-flight by shooting it with a rubber band. I have yet to test this, but it sounds quite diverting. I imagine a squirt gun is also quite effective.

10. Get a cup of orange juice with a foil lid (or any cup that can be sealed). Open it halfway and wait for a fly to crawl in. Close the lid. Shake. Open it up and wait for another.

11. Exhaustion. If you make the fly stay in the air for a long time (15 to 20 minutes), it will be so tired that you can squish it with minimal resistance. My advice is to try to keep it pinned on one side of the room.

100. Use a flyswatter. It’s interesting to note that when you carry around a flyswatter, people ask you strange questions like “why do you have a flyswatter?”


8 Responses to “100 Fun Ways to Kill Flies”

  1. Frederick Woolfall Says:

    Where can i purchase an effective domestic fly killer in rhode island?

  2. Niyaz PK Says:

    I wrongly assumed that your base would stay the same.

  3. question asker Says:

    ok thanks guys these really help.. the rubber band didn’t go so well but i have a horribal fobea of flies and i have no idea why

  4. Flykiller22 Says:

    i luv killa them suckas i got one knocked out rite now sitting on a pick fram with a lighter,and a pizz cutter what should i do?I going to burn it then cut it while it’s burning! ha ha haaaaa

  5. Flyssasin Says:

    13 flies in 5 Days and Counting… rubber Band is the way you aim only gets better and if you use the half inch wide band… fly survival rate is near 1%. Only one to survive was hit by a rubber band so fast and hard that it walked around like a drunk… its quite fun…

  6. paul Says:

    I have some more tips

    go to http://www.17waystokillflies.blogspot.com

  7. lordivd Says:

    I can usely hit a fly in mid flight in 10 shots or less. Dragonflys ..now thats a challange !!

  8. manuel gorman Says:

    Ah, binary counting. I see what you did there.

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