Check yourself in.
Call an exterminator.
Plumbing/AC/whatever house crap is in your walls
Who do you call?! GHOSTBUSTERS!
'Dem clock niggas...
Don't worry, old sig is still saved. I'll probably put it back...someday.
I vote other.
Burn the motherfucker down.
BURN IT DOWN.
> Mess with some wires
> Burn house down
> Testify that *whatever* sparked and set *whatever* on fire (blame on electrical issue)
The worst I vould probably do would be to cut off the electricity.
"And sir, I have no idea why there were three barrels of gasoline in the house. It was a completely eletrical fire."
Originally Posted by Bladewind
Credit to Harby the Australian Harbringer.
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Probably a loose HVAC duct rattling when the AC kicks-in.
-Is the heat pump located near this room?
-Is there an old refridgerator or something in your room trying to start itself up?
-Does someone do laundry at night?
-Is your toilet running? (as in, not sealed, water flows constant) If so, you have a water-clock to fix.
-Could it be furnace/water-heater pilot-light? Do you smell gas?
-Animals usually aren't perfectly metronomey.
"Just drive down that road, until you get blown up [by shells]"
- General George Patton
"After several men of the company had been blown up by shells, I noticed that a spirit of uneasiness became dominant."-Major Leonard R. Boyd