Ladybirds seem to land on me a lot. The other Saturday one landed on me and just chilled on my shoulder for 15 minutes. I was going to get lunch so i put him in this plant pot, he just scurried away.
This morning I was chilling in bed before getting up and texting someone, one landed on my hand and didn’t move for a bit.
It’s not like I live in a high ladybird density environment either. They just seem to be drawn to me. Maybe its my aftershave?
I hate to be the bearer of bad news Jordo but I think you should get yourself checked…
I was at Boxgrove Priory last week and the place was absolutely crawling with ladybirds, never seen anything like it. Are you a 12th century priory?
That’s not a warning to be taken lightly from a former NHS Chlamydia lead.
I haven’t had sex with any.
Which body part are they landing on?
It says in the OP.
FWIW I have good shoulders. Average hands.
I was walking around my local area last week and opened up my e-fag to refill it and immediately a ladybird landed on the coil, presumably took a sip of sweet fag juice and then flew off high as a kite.
my son seems to attract far more than his fair share of red admiral butterflies.
Ladybirds were kind of ruined for me when people (parents? Dunno) started the whole ‘oooh, that’s a poisonous one’ and all that shite. Ruined the beauty. Plus pretty sure some poisonous ladybird would have zero impact on my wellbeing…but still…poison