You find aphids on your lettuce, and eat it anyway.
You apologise to the grass grubs before squishing them.
You rescue the earwigs and lacewing larvae floating in the sink after washing vegetables.
You drop everything when you hear someone say, “Wow, look at that bug.”
You waste hours at work watching the spider on the window.
You keep a hand lens and a microscope within arms reach at all times, just in case.
The glove box of your car contains a folding insect net and several jars.
You sit down to write the day’s blog (a nice poem, you think), and get sidetracked for an hour trying to determine whether Mantophasmatodea is still considered a separate order or whether it is now grouped with the Grylloblattodea in the new order Notoptera.