A common greeting among Bloods members is “SuWoop!” (representing a police siren) and members will often say “Blaat!” (representing the sound of automatic gunfire) to announce their presence.
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suwoop. What up blood. A term used to greet other bloods.
“The males are called the Bloods, the females are called Bloodettes,” testified FBI agent Kevin Conroy at the Matthew Perry U.S. Courthouse in Columbia.
One Blood may issue a Soo woo in greeting, with the force of “Bloods rule,” with another Blood responding with Woo. During the 1990s various Bloods members started using woop woop to greet one another.
There are smells, sights, sounds and tastes that squirrels hate including daffodils, garlic, ultrasonic sounds and dogs barking.
Ultrasonic noise is noise played at a very high frequency which can often be very harsh and sometimes even painful for squirrels and other rodents. There are lots of ultrasonic devices which you can purchase to deter squirrels.
Most animals, including squirrels, can hear ultrasonic sounds. Ultrasonic repellents work by emitting variable pitches of ultrasonic sound in a beat and tempo designed to irritate, frighten, and repel squirrels (and other rodents) from a given area.