Did you know only female mosquitoes bite? The female inserts her hypodermic needle-like proboscis, under your skin, drawing blood out of you (the way you sip pop through straw) into her abdomen. They require a blood meal (your blood is their meal, that is) to acquire the protein needed to produce eggs. So every time a mosquito biatch bites you, you become a part of her litter! Isn't that disgusting? She feeds until her abdomen is filled with your blood, until you brushed her away or, if you're swift enough, flatten her into a bloody stain.
Why are we talking mosquitoes on the PSP blog? We couldn't think of a better way of introducing you to PSMoz V1.0. It's not a game. It's not an emulator. It's not a joke! According PSMoz V1.0 developer, Raydar, "It's a simple package which will turn your PSP into a fully featured mosquito deflector." It is an easy to use audio file that once activated "makes your PSP emit an ultra high pitched sound which will repel mosquitoes and similar small insects. It should work best indoors so is ideal for those summer nights!"
We haven't tried PSMoz yet. We're still looking for around for someone we can trick into becoming a willing blood donor. (We'd do it ourselves but we're a bunch of bleeders!) If you want to test drive the PSMoz V1.0 tonigt, keep us posted, will you?
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