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129 Reddit comments about 1500 Live Ladybugs - Good Bugs - Ladybugs - Guaranteed Live Delivery!:

u/wickedblight · 83 pointsr/AskMen

You can send someone roughly 7500 ladybugs with no explanation. I'm sending a bag to my mom when it gets warmer here.

u/wasabimcdouble · 53 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/Arrietty_The_Goat · 27 pointsr/teenagers

1,500,000 Ladybugs. Release them in your enemies house.

u/Szalkow · 25 pointsr/aww

And they sell them on Amazon.

If you want to prank someone and make their garden fabulous as the same time, unleash a box of 1,500 live ladybugs when they're not home.

u/Superflypirate · 24 pointsr/sex

It's so your hands are free for better multitasking. You can file taxes, include a TPS report, stick a finger in their anus, or order 1500 live ladybugs on amazon.

u/DrCrazyFishMan1 · 20 pointsr/makemychoice

I think 30,000 ladybugs is too good an offer to turn down


u/TheForeverAloneOne · 19 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Go with lady bugs instead. They fly around.

If you park in my parking spot and crack open your window... be prepared for a car full of lady bugs.

u/danelectro15 · 16 pointsr/AskReddit
u/daydream2014 · 12 pointsr/perktv

I would look into $800 worth of live lady bugs. You can get 1500 for $5 plus shipping. So around 240,000 lady bugs. 0.0

u/ilikecameras1010 · 10 pointsr/legaladviceofftopic

Think smaller... insects are cheap and easy to acquire and you don't have to feel bad about harming something cute and fuzzy. It could take months to get rid of all of them!

u/swordfish45 · 10 pointsr/Homebrewing
u/puddleofpandas · 9 pointsr/aww

Get 1500 live cats delivered for cheap.

u/NotAThrowaway534891 · 8 pointsr/teenagers
u/amedeus · 7 pointsr/Futurology

Poor example, because there's a driver involved. People do, however, steal packages from neighbors' doorsteps. If some punk or asshole sees a drone and nobody around, they may indeed try to snatch it and run.

Edit: In addition, robbing a UPS truck is a huge risk with an uncertain reward. Knocking over a convenience store, you know you'll get some cash. However, on a UPS truck, you won't know what's inside of the boxes. And chances are, you wouldn't have enough time to load all the boxes into your own truck to improve the likelihood that you get one with something good in it, all the while dealing with the driver and anyone else around, and all before the cops show up. And you wouldn't be able to carry them all away without a ton of people. Like, way too many people. The drivers have downright horrendous schedules to keep, and are kept under close watch to make sure they're always where they need to be. I don't know if the trucks have trackers in them, but it's a safe bet that they do. So in all likelihood, you're only going to get away with a few boxes that you haven't a clue about the contents of. Could be a couple thousand dollar TV, could be 1500 ladybugs.

Now, that's not to say that every thief is going to think all that through. And the tracker point counts for both the truck and the drone. But there are far more types of people who might snatch a drone out of the air than who might steal a UPS truck, and I'd say a higher percentage of the latter are likely to give that some thought. Stealing a drone seems like the sort of thing that would more often be done on the fly. So it follows that UPS truck highjackings would probably be far less common than drone thievings.

u/jshiplett · 7 pointsr/golf

Holy shit you can buy a lot of ladybugs on Amazon for $5.

u/thumper5 · 6 pointsr/AskWomen


And they're only like $12 including shipping!

u/tolurkistolearn · 6 pointsr/pics

You can get live ladybugs on Amazon

I bought some praying mantis eggs on Amazon for my garden and they have done well, but I can't seem to find them on Amazon anymore. Would recommend though!

u/DrunkasaurusRekts · 6 pointsr/mildlyinteresting
u/BrandonRushing · 5 pointsr/amazon

Shipping will eliminate most "comically big" items. You get get things like this bag of cereal marshmallows or this box of 1500 live ladybugs under your price limit.

u/Scarbane · 5 pointsr/todayilearned

If you want to spend 10 bucks, you can buy 1500 ladybugs to check the validity of OP's statement.

u/frendlyguy19 · 5 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

here, order this. im not sure it would accomplish much but it would be funny as shit if she opened it in her house and freaked out.

u/dirtygonzo · 5 pointsr/gardening

This should help

u/DannyNog556 · 4 pointsr/HotPeppers

Ladybugs will fix your problem. Seriously. You can buy some on Amazon

u/ameoba · 4 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Sometimes they do. You can buy ladybugs for pest control.

Unfortunately, when you start introducing one animal to control the population of another, you run the risk of having an out-of-control population of a new animal. If you're not lucky, the new animal can take over the local ecosystem & start out-eating & out-reproducing native species, upsetting the whole balance.

As a rule, we try to avoid introducing potentially invasive species into new environments.

u/fuzzyfuzz · 3 pointsr/Portland

Amazon sells them for cheap, and no you shouldn't put 1500 live ladybugs in your buddies Toyota Camry. He'll be finding them forever.

u/rxneutrino · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Those are aphids. They suck the life juices out of your plants. If your garden has been infested, fear not! You can buy 1500 live ladybugs on amazon for $7.31 Sprinkle them on the affected plants and your aphids will become a tasty ladybug snack.

u/10000reasons · 3 pointsr/myevilplan
u/kiwi-lime_Pi · 3 pointsr/gardening
u/omalapalus · 3 pointsr/youseeingthisshit

Usually you order ladybugs because you have an infestation of some kind. If you release them near it, they'll hang out until its controlled and even when they do start to move along you've increased their population in the area which will help prevent future infestations.

You can get 1,500 of them for like $12 shipped.

u/GrumpyMcGrumperton · 3 pointsr/whatsthisbug

Um, order some ladybugs?

u/Knife_Guide · 3 pointsr/EDC

I see your 2,000 googly eyes and raise you 1,500 live ladybugs

u/skintigh · 3 pointsr/Somerville

Sadly not eligible for Prime. Order before the weather goes back to >80 degrees.

I wonder if these will help my catalpa tree.

u/TheAdAgency · 3 pointsr/delusionalartists

I would rather purchase 3,000 bugs.

u/tvraisedme · 2 pointsr/ScotchSwap

No WAY i'm sending ladybugs in the box i ship! Why would I do such a thing? Frankly, I'm offended you would suggest such a thing.

u/pennynoggin · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think that these are always good to have in your sock drawer!

u/katerader · 2 pointsr/gardening

These are the bugs I got. This company also sells praying mantis larvae so I think I’ll try those a little later in the summer. It took about a week for them to get here and I’d say maybe 100-200 were dead but I noticed them mating immediately when I released them so here’s hoping they’ll just continue to increase!

u/WickedPrince · 2 pointsr/gardening

Hey there! I am in the same zone as you up in Maryland. :)

  1. Start hordes of seedlings. Much more than you need. Choose the most healthy ones and pot some extras in case things go bad.

  2. Use a free tool like this to plan your garden out. Spacing is very important.

  3. Consider inviting some garden bros to your garden. and will do nicely.

  4. Do seedlings now. Make sure you harden them off over 10 days before transplant or the shock kills them.

  5. Use bagged soil and begin composting on the side. :) Great gardeners don't grow good plants - they grow good soil and that does the work for them.

  6. Does your area not drain?

    Final tip: You will learn more from your mistakes than successes. I know it hurts to see root rot kill some seedlings. It just happens. Learn from it.
u/bear_claw76 · 2 pointsr/pettyrevenge

wake up call at 5:00Am

1500 ladybugs

This is all i got at the moment.

u/Luuuuuurrker · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

"many, many lady bugs"

for very cheap, you can buy many, many lady bugs.

25 dollars would basically get you 4500 lady bugs.

u/Demiglitch · 2 pointsr/terriblefacebookmemes

According to my research, a bag of ladybugs (totalling 1500 ladybugs) costs 14.50 US, plus shipping. To get at least three milllion, you'd need to buy 2000 bags, which equals 3 million ladybugs. This alone (14.50 x 2000) would cost you 30800 US, plus shipping. This also isn't including replacements for any ladybugs that die during transit or insurance for the ladybugs.

As for the panini press, you'd have to get it custom made as I could not find a gold panini press commercially available, let alone one with a custom penis imprinter. Gold is currently going for about 45 US a gram, plus you'd need to implement a working design that isn't copyrighted by an existing manufacturer, plus have an artist design plates for the penis imprinting. You'd probably be spending at least 100k.

However, despite the extra cost I think it would be worth it in the end.

u/LaceratedCantaloupe · 2 pointsr/nottheonion

$12 for 1500 ladybugs on [Amazon] (, including shipping.

u/DrFeargood · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/randym99 · 2 pointsr/Entrepreneur

Subscription glitter mail; packaging changes every time.

Use other substances, e.g. flour, live ladybugs, farts (somehow), etc.

Make a business essentially facilitating harassment.

u/EasterBuggy · 2 pointsr/whatsthisbug

She definitely overpaid. =}

I think it is better to encourage the locals to populate though, however in Germany, Netherlands and presumedly Switzerland there are already huge populations of the Asian Multicolor that I do not know if it can get any worse for the natives.

This one is a different species though:

2000 beetles for $25. And some of the related products include ladybug food to keep them from straying so quickly.

But you are correct! Crazy expensive in the UK (which is like Switzerland in being outrageous price-wise, or unwise maybe):

Germany though has German eBay and its own Amazon and prices can be super reasonable there.

Another strategy is to not release all of them at once which would cause an over-population almost guaranteed to make them disperse.

Ladybugs can be safely kept in the refrigerator produce drawers which stimulates winter for them. But they are hungry when released so hence the ladybug food to keep them from straying.

And it is a good idea to familiarize oneself with what the larvae of all of them look like because they scare most people who do not know and think they are monsters (so often sadly kill them).

Anyway, there are a lot of other organic and inexpensive strategies such as neem oil, insecticidal soap, and even nicotine (not a lot).

u/wolfcasey9589 · 2 pointsr/gardening
u/Trees_For_Life · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

or thru the mail like this

u/forcrowsafeast · 2 pointsr/vegan

Look online, like amazon you can prime order these, they are dirt cheap, like 5$ for 1500. They are kept dormant for long periods in fridges and they are sold as a commodity. There's an endless sea of lady bugs in bags lots of organic farms and stuff will buy these guys to fight off aphid infestations instead of using pesticides... with mixed successes, some people swear by them others that they are a waste of money and either die in a day or fly off.

But yeah ... People buy them in these bags all the time to set them free in their yards gardens, that's exactly their use case, so... ya you're totally just inducing more demand.



u/spiceydog · 2 pointsr/gardening
u/beerdude26 · 2 pointsr/videos
u/Jaded89 · 2 pointsr/Assistance

1500 Lady Bugs! Guaranteed LIVE delivery.

Lady Bugs are lucky, right? Maybe I'll win this contest! :)
Hope you had a great Dang Cake Day!! ;)

u/rdrunner_74 · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

there was another post about ordering lady bugs on amazon or so...

If you want to try organic... I would skip the bug bomb then though ;)

u/ashleywithani · 2 pointsr/gardening

I've used lady bugs with success in my garden beds and herb containers. Last year I used them for aphids my tomatoes and peppers and this year I used them on my chives for aphids and whiteflies on my rosemary. Worked well for both aphids and whiteflies. I suggest watering before releasing them, I have noticed they stick around longer this way. I've seen some people make little water feeders for them out of a bowl with pebbles, I'm going to try that next time. My only concern for you getting them in FL is how they will hold up to transportation in the heat. Also be sure to check your mail box constantly you don't want them roasting in there. Last summer I had them delivered in 80 degree weather and they were fine. I get them on Amazon, about $10 with shipping there are different sizes from multiple sellers.

u/yeahmaybe · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing

They look like aphids to me.

Looks like you've got a great excuse to buy yourself 1,000 or so ladybugs. They'll take care of those aphids in no time. Home improvement places often sell ladybugs or you can get them from Amazon.

u/KeepInKitchen · 2 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

Live Ladybugs

Live Hissing Cockroach. Only 3 left, so act now!

Cow eyeballs in bulk!

Liquid Ass. You can always hope it leaks!

u/SixthGrader · 2 pointsr/Birmingham
u/nofreakingwaydude · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

If you touch your phone in the right places, you can have a Ladybug infestation.

u/KillerRaccoon · 2 pointsr/natureismetal

Here, assuming Amazon ships to Mexico.

u/chadfromthefuture · 2 pointsr/Frugal_Jerk

If you like live protein, I recommend getting 1500 live ladybugs:

It works out to less than 1% of a penny for each ladybug. Now that's frugal.

u/mannequinbutt · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Best item on amazon is obviously 1500 live ladybugs, but as for practicality, I'd go with this. It's a single-serve teapot that nests in a perfectly sized teacup. Very cute and easy.

u/philtech · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Not out of control at all. Just need some predators. Hungry predators.

They'll wipe out that infestation in no time.

u/Tired0wl · 1 pointr/gardening

I just ordered from these guys, 1500 ladybugs for $7.31 and every single one arrived alive. Ladybugs eat aphids like crazy!

u/buttered_scone · 1 pointr/gardening
u/cuzitFits · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

Lady Bugs

edit: In the meantime hold your plants under running water if possible. A utility sink is great or a hose if outside. Just cradle the leaves and stem as you spray so as not to cause any damage.

u/gnu_oldskool · 1 pointr/WTF

Or your just flaunting your most recent Amazon purchase.

u/hipsterhater608 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Tipsy Gifting!

1,500 LIVE LADY BUGS for just ten dollars.

u/unzercharlie · 1 pointr/gardening

Try ordering ladybugs, they're cheap. I dunno if it will work, bur for ten bucks, it's probably worth a shot.

u/wolfofthenightt · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Try a couple cases of these.

u/SugarForYourGasTank · 1 pointr/AskReddit


Ladybug the SHIT out of his car.

u/TrollsRLifeless · 1 pointr/Drugs

Poppy seeds

A jeweler's loupe for admiring your dank weed

There are some videos on r/lsd, I think, of someone who combined these two trip toys. It ends up looking pretty cool. //

1500 lady bugs

Edit: here's a video of those two projectors together

u/TGuy773 · 1 pointr/whatsthisbug

There's another way to control them that's even more fun.......

u/Scarlet_poppy · 1 pointr/relationship_advice

You can srnd 1000 ladybugs as a gift. My friend bought it off of Amazon and did that once a few years ago. Not sure if they still sell it

Edit: yup, you still can. It's super cheap too

u/Ars2012 · 1 pointr/tifu
u/Trudzilllla · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Im just gonna leave this here

u/GallonOfLube · 1 pointr/pics

Yes. In fact, many people buy them by the thousand and put them in their own, personal gardens. Just search Amazon for ladybugs and you'll see collections of them for sale at around $3-5 plus shipping. For example, here's a pretty popular one selling 1,500 ladybugs for $3.75 + $5.65 shipping.

u/kubala43 · 1 pointr/Austin

You can get 1,500 of them for $25 here.

u/fropek · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

You can get some here 1500 Live Ladybugs - Good Bugs - Ladybugs - Guaranteed Live Delivery!

u/MarginalOmnivore · 1 pointr/whatsthisbug

I'd say Aphids. You could try to get a close-up, for a better ID.

Most of my advice for aphids (soapy water in a squirt bottle, etc.) is more suited to gardens, not trees. Maybe hit up r/arborists?

Probably couldn't go wrong by hiring some ladybugs. Always make sure insect imports are legal in your area, since interstate delivery could be considered "importing"! Sometimes laws vary from state to state, maybe try a local source.

u/bassface69 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Looks like someone went overboard with amazon ordering these:

u/Summerie · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Not only should you not kill them, you can order them for your garden if you have an aphid problem. Serious gardeners absolutely order batches of them. I remember my mom having a bag of Ladybugs in the refrigerator waiting to be released.

u/atheistpiece · 1 pointr/orangecounty
u/seanconnery84 · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/habitt5253 · 1 pointr/microgrowery

This right here. You can even buy live ladybugs from Amazon.


u/IvanRusBot · 1 pointr/relationship_advice

1500 Live Ladybugs - Good Bugs - Ladybugs - Guaranteed Live Delivery!

u/shalbow · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

I'm just going to go ahead and say 1500 ladybugs. I mean, I don't know what most people would need them for, but the idea is pretty wild. :P

u/steelhammerhands · 1 pointr/TheHopyard
u/kc9kvu · 1 pointr/teenagers
u/Im_a_peach · 1 pointr/gardening

No! Get some good bugs that eat other bugs. [Preying Mantis.](

Ladybugs! They'll eat your bugs and birds will eat them.

I had chiggers, fleas and ticks. I put out 25 million beneficial nematodes. They cost $50 and ate the chiggers and everything. Cheaper than pesticide and I can plant whatever I want.

I don't recognize your little black pests, but something benign eats them.

Try putting rosemary, mint, or sage next to your basil. Companion plants can protect others.

u/ShootPosting · 1 pointr/outdoorgrowing

Bing, Bang, Boom.
I've had good luck with these. Shipping these poor things in the Summer is kind of a gamble depending on your location, so ymmv.

u/Cylius · 1 pointr/whatsthisbug

Yea, or just online. Through amazon for example

u/dtten · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfGaming

would love steam key for Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes.

Here is what you need in your life:
1500 Live ladybugs. Go wild.

u/nijoli · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

pickleweasel. nice.

weirdest thing on amazon in my opinion would be 1500 live ladybugs for only $4 here

why would anyone need this? ludicrous!!

u/OldPolishProverb · 1 pointr/talesfromtechsupport

I've always wanted to ship someone a couple thousand ladybugs.

u/pigeonsandroses · -1 pointsr/funny

Do they open packages in marine bootcamp? If so, send a bunch of really weird shit.

For example... 1500 live ladybugs.