Why do gnats always try to fly into your nose and eyes?
UGH! I hate gnats. And what's up with the silent G? Is it really necessary? It's as annoying as the little flying bug itself. Without going back to school to ask a college professor I've come up with some reasons why gnats are attracted to your face.
- Their life purpose is to make your life harder.
- Eye Gnats (one variation of gnats) are actually attracted to eyes because they feed on mucous or sebaceous secretions, pus, and blood. Yum-O!
- They like decaying stuff. Like trash. Or bad breath.