Midges?

finnbear270

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What are the thoughts on Midgies being an asssorted collection of different sub species?, The Yorkshire versions seem to have a delayed but no less irritating reaction on me, currently my forehead and temples are erupting just now from yesterdays wanderings, Yet a visit further North would have had instant effects on me.
 

Fosbery Holster

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Yorkshiremen are renowned for their generosity and friendliness that’s why we save our Midges for the non-Yorkshire person………our Midges just love the taste of dead meat of the off-comers.
 

308tikka

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Had some this summer in Scotland... Instead of swollen welts covering my entire leg I got off well enough until 2 weeks ago when I applied none forgetting that southern softy midges can still bite.
 

JockStalk

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Midgies in Scotland are a new subspecies this year. Scientists reckon it’s a mutation caused by all the lockdown restrictions. Absolutely no reaction at all.
So just get your t shirts and shorts on and have yourself a worry free highland holiday. 😜
 

bfltd0

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Midgies in Scotland are a new subspecies this year. Scientists reckon it’s a mutation caused by all the lockdown restrictions. Absolutely no reaction at all.
So just get your t shirts and shorts on and have yourself a worry free highland holiday. 😜
Naughty boy!
 

Pedro

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I always wondered why there are no nudist camps on the west coast of Scotland. Although rubbing each other's repellent might be something worth doing....
 

Fosbery Holster

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Never do something today that you can get done by someone else tomorrow.

For free, in a Yorkshireman's case.

Full disclosure: I am a Yorkshireman.

The trouble is finding that someone to do it for free (l have tried), so it’s usually me that does everything for free.
 

Utectok

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You get flat pocket smidge dispensers which fit in the front of your kuiu pro Bino harness. The best I have found.
 
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