TheFredSavages: fark that
dougfm: TheFredSavages: fark thatFarking THIS, not for any amount of money.
haddie: "For Charity".Without it, what would attention whores do?
PDX Ghost Hunter: I wonder how many he will swallow while he's sleeping.
WilderKWight: We've had a large spider living in a ceiling-corner of our living room for about a year now. She's got a nice web, and she's right by the patio door. When we leave it open with the screen door closed, plenty of mosquitoes find their way in, and she takes care of a large number of them. She's happy, we're happy. She gets to stay.She doesn't leave that corner. She's there all day and all night. In the daytime she retreats further back. At night, she comes out and sits in the middle of the web.I really don't understand why people have a problem with spiders. With the exception of the ones that are genuinely dangerous to humans (black widow, brown recluse, etc.) spiders are quiet, clean, non-aggressive, and useful members of a household. Hell, I bet a spider does more to benefit a house than most of those little yip-dogs that are so popular.All I know is that I'd have been tagged by more mosquitoes and the occasional horsefly if that spider weren't working the door.
PDX Ghost Hunter: It's the ones that don't know their place and stay put but instead go all free range that cause the rest of them to get a bad rep.
dragonchild: PDX Ghost Hunter: It's the ones that don't know their place and stay put but instead go all free range that cause the rest of them to get a bad rep.I actually prefer the wolf and jumping spiders because webs are unsightly and sometimes badly placed...
Plush_Cthulhu: I found a spider living in my toaster last time I cleaned it out. I had to wonder, wtf was it eating - crumbs??
Tastes Like Chicken: Not for a trillion dollars.
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