Human cockroaches!!

Today was quite an interesting day, at least the past half hour or so of the day anyways. I had the privilege of being visited by a human cockroach! Thankfully the visit wasn’t in person, but in the form of several comments posted on my blog. I’ve found this to be fairly typical form when it comes to these human cockroaches. They generally don’t have the balls to make whatever comments they have to a person’s face and resort to hiding in the shadows and making snide remarks. This is probably due to their high sense of self preservation and to avoid being seriously stomped on! Very cockroach like behaviour ya?

For those of you who are confused as to what a human cockroach is, let me clarify it for you. A human cockroach is a person who gets his kicks from meddling in other people’s lives in order to cause as much damage and hurt as possible. Very often these cockroaches are known to you in a remote way and are in a position to see or hear of the damage they have caused. The favourite targets of the cockroaches are people who’re in serious relationships or better still, people who’re married! They revel in spreading rumours between the two people and then sit back and watch the fun that happens. For them the final icing on the cake would be that one or even both of the attacked people confide in them and look at them as a shoulder to cry on. Thereby giving them a long sought after friendship that they have been hankering after for various twisted reasons.

The reason for these sick and twisted creatures to do what they do is very simple. They’re for the most part very vindictive and vicious, generally leading very lonely lives with absolutely no good friends. They’re the sort of people who are automatically shunned by most people for the creepy way they act. I’m sure you’ve all bumped into them at some point in your lives. Most of us have even included them in our circle of friends or acquaintances because we feel sorry for them. They spend the most part of their lives plotting and scheming on how they could break up friendships they are jealous of. They’re a prime example of the attitude that says “If I can’t have it, no-one else should either”. Unfortunately, as some of these creatures have become very adept at hiding their true nature and only occasionally come out to do some damage, you have to be on your guard. At the first hint of cockroach like tendencies, stomp on them very hard and then make sure to inform all and sundry of their name and what they have done. That’s the only way to be totally rid of these loathsome creatures!

If any of you want to know the name of my visitor, check the comments section of my previous post.

6 Responses to “Human cockroaches!!”

  1. Angel Says:

    Ummm… I take it this guys comments were deleted? Or was it the guy who commented before you? I’m sorry… I’m a bit dim sometimes, but really eager for it all to make sense…

  2. Lady Divine Says:

    I think we have enough of these so called ‘human cockroaches’ everywhere… just gotta know how to deal with them… and make sure they don’t always find a way to mess up things for us….

    Btw, nice term to describe them.:-) Can’t help smiling..:-)

  3. thekillromeoproject Says:

    Hey angel. Yes, the guy’s comments were deleted as they were of a very personal nature. But I have mentioned his name in my comment.
    p.s. I’m sure you’re not dim at all… šŸ˜‰

  4. santhoshi Says:

    I saw the second post about cockroaches and was going to suggest baygon before even reading :). I second LD the term is very unique.


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  6. realfantasy23 Says:

    I have observed those kinds closely in my life and very shocked to see who was actually “Human cockroch” šŸ˜¦ , it was real shock..I hope I dont see anymore of them.

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