News Beer Consumption Increases Human Attractiveness to Malaria Mosquitoes

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  1. rvdoorn

    rvdoorn Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2009 Netherlands

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  2. Bendurgin

    Bendurgin Initiate (0) Feb 5, 2010 Maine
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    Worth it.
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  3. bum732

    bum732 Meyvn (1,150) Feb 18, 2008 Lesotho

    My conclusion from the study is don't drink dolo beer.
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  4. DirtyPenny

    DirtyPenny Devotee (434) Jun 25, 2011 Massachusetts

    Cool, I got in fast enough to make the obvious joke.


    Beer consumption increases human attractiveness to humans too! Eh? Eh? Right? (If this were delivered in person, I'd be elbowing somebody in the ribs right now.)
  5. azorie

    azorie Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2006 Florida

    yea it was posted in old forums 2 years ago. In you live here in Florida (anywhere in the South really) you do 1 or of 2 things. You learn when to go outside, and you learn to use allot of OFF. Some that smoke allot claim it helps.
    Them bugs bite me with or without beer, so its either spray or stay in the Florida room or the house. Its funny in Florida the natives know to go outside in our so called winter. Windy places help allot AKA the beach/salt water...

    we buy cases of OFF. WE like to go outside allot. Also we more worried about West Nile than malaria. I had shots and pills for malaria, heck I cannot remember the last time I heard anyone getting that here, but WND, bad news.
  6. bushycook

    bushycook Aspirant (235) Jan 31, 2011 Virginia
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    Weird. All my life mosquitos have torn my ass up, then when I started drinking IPAs and DIPAs a few years ago, they seemed to leave me alone. I thought it may have been the hop aroma coming out in my sweat and keeping them away.
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  7. PapaEugene

    PapaEugene Initiate (0) Jun 8, 2009 Netherlands

    Snails are attracted to beer....
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  8. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Zealot (596) Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    I'll take an elbow in the ribs over "the wink" any day...damn I hate that...
  9. DrDoitchbig

    DrDoitchbig Initiate (0) Jun 6, 2009 Michigan

    Good thing I don't live in Botswana.
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  10. Rzzzzz

    Rzzzzz Devotee (424) Nov 10, 2007 California

    Works both ways. I don't know about the rest of you but after a few beers I find mosquitos incredibly attractive.
  11. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    I live in a malaria area :slight_frown:
  12. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    I live in South Africa!!!!
  13. kspongeworthy

    kspongeworthy Initiate (0) Feb 25, 2011 Texas

    Haw haw! (Neslon Muntz voice)
  14. RCL

    RCL Initiate (148) Jul 23, 2008 Massachusetts
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    "My milk stout brings all the bugs to the yard"
  15. blincoln

    blincoln Initiate (0) May 9, 2011 California

  16. Longstaff

    Longstaff Initiate (0) May 23, 2002 Massachusetts

    Yup, whenever I drink beer, I get hot for some man on mosquito action.
  17. TicoCali

    TicoCali Disciple (346) Jul 25, 2010 California

    True. Gardening tip
  18. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Poo-Bah (12,165) Mar 18, 2010 California

    Good thing I don't live in an area with malaria.
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