- The house fly carries "over 100 different kinds of germ-causing diseases, such as typhoid fever, dysentery, TB, leprosy, [and] bubonic Plague", so watch out for bugs wearing 14th-century man robes and silly head wraps
- As if spreading the Black Death weren't enough, house flies taunt us by living the dream of "defecating every 4-5 minutes"
- Taking a break from its busy schedule of pooping, a female housefly will "lay 3,000 eggs within its life span of 21 days"
- That same housefly will lay those eggs on your food and "vomit on it before feasting"
And, as if solo flies weren't terrifying enough, "if a house fly spots a group of flies, he will join them, creating a gang", a threat that explains why the Bug-A-Salt is starting to garner some serious buzz.