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(Daily Mail)   Cake decorator creates edible tarantula to help customer conquer fear of spiders. M-m-m... crunchy   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 36
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2012-11-01 11:07:41 PM  
It'd be great to slip one of those on a wedding cake.
 
2012-11-02 01:14:08 AM  
So now he'll try to eat a real one and get a mouthful of those prickly, irritating hairs on his tongue. Brilliant.
 
2012-11-02 01:16:44 AM  
Spider thread! Spider thread!
This one's bound to inspire dread!
It would seem that for some
"Spider cakes" are yum,yum,yum!
Look out.....Here comes the spider thread!
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2012-11-02 01:19:12 AM  
Lots of spider threads lately.

Anyhoo.

I'm not afraid of spiders, but I'm not going to eat the motherfarker.
 
2012-11-02 01:20:39 AM  
I hate arachnids, but I woke up with spider chunks in my bed the other morning. I lived. I had to throw out the legs, and gag a bit, but it really wasn't that bad. Just an exoskeleton and that white shiat that comes out of spiders.

/prefers snakes
//at least when they break they don't quite pop
 
2012-11-02 01:21:17 AM  
 
2012-11-02 01:21:37 AM  
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2012-11-02 01:25:10 AM  
YOU'RE NOT HELPING!!!
 
2012-11-02 01:25:42 AM  
Ich. Retch! *cough, cough* Oh god, I bet they would wiggle. And those legs would get trapped. You'd feel a lump of spider...in your throat until you could...a hairy lump of spider...moving..in your thro *hurl*

I'm going to bed now. I hate you guys.
 
2012-11-02 01:31:01 AM  
I'd love to take one of those to work and prank my coworkers.
 
2012-11-02 01:31:45 AM  
Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.
 
2012-11-02 01:44:37 AM  

Mark Ratner: So now he'll try to eat a real one and get a mouthful of those prickly, irritating hairs on his tongue. Brilliant.


It's not a problem you hit them with a blow torch first. Singes the hair off, then you can prep it for eats how you see fit.

/Crunchy on the outside
//Gooey on the inside
 
2012-11-02 01:51:52 AM  

HotWingAgenda: Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.


I can generally deal with spiders ok. I do get rather paranoid when they crawl under the furniture, fridge or stove though. I don't know when or where they are going to pop out and say hi. Aside from that I only have 1 pest that is extremely difficult to deal with... maggots. 1 maggot outside on the trash can/bag and I refuse to touch it. For some reason I feel like they are going to jump on me, my younger brother has the same exact hang up with maggots.
 
2012-11-02 01:54:51 AM  

Tenatra: HotWingAgenda: Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.

I can generally deal with spiders ok. I do get rather paranoid when they crawl under the furniture, fridge or stove though. I don't know when or where they are going to pop out and say hi. Aside from that I only have 1 pest that is extremely difficult to deal with... maggots. 1 maggot outside on the trash can/bag and I refuse to touch it. For some reason I feel like they are going to jump on me, my younger brother has the same exact hang up with maggots.


They aren't going to jump on you. They wiggle and sometimes 'pop' up, but that's only centimeters, not nearly enough to get on you.
 
2012-11-02 01:56:25 AM  
She swallowed the crunchy frog to catch the spider
she swallowed the spider to catch the fly
I don't know why
she went down on that guy....
 
2012-11-02 01:58:41 AM  

Tenatra: HotWingAgenda: Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.

I can generally deal with spiders ok. I do get rather paranoid when they crawl under the furniture, fridge or stove though. I don't know when or where they are going to pop out and say hi. Aside from that I only have 1 pest that is extremely difficult to deal with... maggots. 1 maggot outside on the trash can/bag and I refuse to touch it. For some reason I feel like they are going to jump on me, my younger brother has the same exact hang up with maggots.


One or two is safe. Remember: the larger the group, the stronger their telepathic powers become.
 
2012-11-02 02:01:33 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: They aren't going to jump on you.


I know they aren't, I have watched them closely before. There is still no negotiating with my mind on that matter though ;)
 
2012-11-02 02:13:11 AM  
HotWingAgenda
Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.

I get freaked out by spiders with the spindly legs and large abdomens of any size but tarantulas just remind me of little hairy mammals so they don't bother me near as much.
 
2012-11-02 02:15:55 AM  

Tenatra: AverageAmericanGuy: They aren't going to jump on you.

I know they aren't, I have watched them closely before. There is still no negotiating with my mind on that matter though ;)


They might if I'm around but I'm a jerk. CSB time, my brother is completely afraid of cockroaches (we get the big American ones). So one time we're in the kitchen and he just completely freezes. I glance over and see a big old cockroach sitting on the edge of the counter. I sigh and say I'll take care of (to which my brother thanks me). So I grab a shoe and wander over to it, then quickly drop my empty hand behind the cockroach and flick it right at my brother, direct hit, he freaks out.

/Good times
//I sunk his battleship
 
2012-11-02 02:33:08 AM  
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/eat it before it eats you.
//face first
 
2012-11-02 02:41:07 AM  
I'd eat a tarantula. I mean, I wouldn't go out of my way to have one, but if somebody had one all cooked up and ready to go I'd be down.
 
2012-11-02 06:13:44 AM  

Korzine: Mark Ratner: So now he'll try to eat a real one and get a mouthful of those prickly, irritating hairs on his tongue. Brilliant.

It's not a problem you hit them with a blow torch first. Singes the hair off, then you can prep it for eats how you see fit.

/Crunchy on the outside
//Gooey on the inside


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2012-11-02 06:40:14 AM  
Was it good? JUST KIDDING! It was a real spider! Hahahaha!
 
2012-11-02 06:55:21 AM  

Porous Horace: One or two is safe. Remember: the larger the group, the stronger their telepathic powers become.


Spiders are the new cranium rats?
 
2012-11-02 07:25:49 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Tenatra: HotWingAgenda: Am I the only one that only has a problem with small spiders? If it's something the size of my hand, I'm not exactly concerned about it disappearing from sight, or being able to sneak up on me. But anything smaller than, say, a ping pong ball freaks me right the fark out. That even goes for picnic ants.

I can generally deal with spiders ok. I do get rather paranoid when they crawl under the furniture, fridge or stove though. I don't know when or where they are going to pop out and say hi. Aside from that I only have 1 pest that is extremely difficult to deal with... maggots. 1 maggot outside on the trash can/bag and I refuse to touch it. For some reason I feel like they are going to jump on me, my younger brother has the same exact hang up with maggots.

They aren't going to jump on you. They wiggle and sometimes 'pop' up, but that's only centimeters, not nearly enough to get on you.


I killed a huge blowfly once that was stuck in my apartment making very loud noises buzzing way louder than I'd ever heard even when it wasn't hitting something). Killed it. Maggots started gushing out of it one by one.

Thanks for reminding me of all that is unholy, Fark. I just came in here to ask what the point of a sugar spider is if you don't eat it
and now I'm going to have horrifying nightmares.
 
2012-11-02 08:40:14 AM  
But if you get bitten by a cake tarantula will you be given the gift of the second sight?
/obscure?
 
2012-11-02 08:42:37 AM  
clock spider
toilet roll spider
ceiling spiderlings
spider pubes
desert/camel spiders
toilet spider
boris the spider
 
2012-11-02 09:05:56 AM  

raidersofthelostfark: She swallowed the crunchy frog to catch the spider
she swallowed the spider to catch the fly
I don't know why
she went down on that guy....


Don't forget the "lovingly garnished with lark's vomit." That's what really makes the confection work.
 
2012-11-02 09:14:50 AM  
So if you put a real spider in the box...

BRB practical joke.
 
2012-11-02 09:35:13 AM  
We served this during the halloween party. It was amazingly good.  
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Any guesses as to what it was? :)
 
2012-11-02 09:38:56 AM  

disconnect: dl.dropbox.com

Any guesses as to what it was? :)




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2012-11-02 11:01:32 AM  

ciberido: Don't forget the "lovingly garnished with lark's vomit." That's what really makes the confection work.


But do you take the bones out?
 
2012-11-02 11:59:54 AM  
 
2012-11-02 12:26:15 PM  
Louis eats a live tarantula.

/always makes me hungry for sushi for some reason
 
2012-11-02 02:54:56 PM  

Priapetic: ciberido: Don't forget the "lovingly garnished with lark's vomit." That's what really makes the confection work.

But do you take the bones out?


If we took the bones out, it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?
 
2012-11-02 04:37:20 PM  

ciberido: Priapetic: ciberido: Don't forget the "lovingly garnished with lark's vomit." That's what really makes the confection work.

But do you take the bones out?

If we took the bones out, it wouldn't be crunchy, would it?


...and the circle of life is complete. Thank you!
 
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