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2012-11-19 08:32:23 AM
I didn't even need to click on the video; the still preview was enough to make me go all cold.
 
2012-11-19 08:47:15 AM
I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.
 
2012-11-19 08:58:00 AM
SPIDER THREAD!
 
2012-11-19 09:49:57 AM
They clump like that when they can't find a nice warm ear to sleep in
 
2012-11-19 09:59:54 AM
Looks like a merkin.
 
2012-11-19 11:15:45 AM
Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.
 
2012-11-19 11:19:26 AM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


I don't think it was entirely pointless, Wilbur.
 
2012-11-19 11:52:39 AM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


I call the big one Bitey
 
2012-11-19 12:10:03 PM

Mark Ratner: Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.


This.
 
2012-11-19 12:24:20 PM
www.threadbombing.com
 
2012-11-19 12:26:39 PM

Mark Ratner: Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.


This.
 
2012-11-19 12:27:22 PM

Mark Ratner: Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.


This^
 
2012-11-19 12:42:22 PM
I once crawled into a cave in the hill country in Texas. There was an antechamber about 10' across with sun coming in the 18" wide crack that I had entered through. One whole wall was a sheet of daddy longlegs spiders. I really don't like spiders, but daddy longlegs don't bother me at all. When I went close to the wall the spiders started doing their "danger approaches!" bounce. It started in the middle and spread from there. They were stacked 3-4 inches deep on the wall and as all of their shaking built into strong waves they started to peel off the wall in a huge sheet of spiders.

It was truly an amazing sight.
 
2012-11-19 12:46:38 PM
Blarghh - they are not spiders!

Opiliones 

They openly state they are in the order Opiliones in the video description. Therefore, they are not spiders.

That's a neat thing to see though - poor things are given a bad reputation of being spiders and being extreme venomous, which they are not. If fact, they're probably the most harmless thing to be afraid of and are often killed :(
 
2012-11-19 12:59:26 PM
Explodo
I once crawled into a cave in the hill country in Texas. There was an antechamber about 10' across with sun coming in the 18" wide crack that I had entered through. One whole wall was a sheet of daddy longlegs spiders. I really don't like spiders, but daddy longlegs don't bother me at all. When I went close to the wall the spiders started doing their "danger approaches!" bounce. It started in the middle and spread from there. They were stacked 3-4 inches deep on the wall and as all of their shaking built into strong waves they started to peel off the wall in a huge sheet of spiders.

It was truly an amazing sight.


Me screaming & flying out of that cave like a rocket would be the amazing sight. Me ever going into a cave is going to be damn near impossible now, thanks to Explodo. "huge sheet of spiders" GAAAH!
 
2012-11-19 01:00:15 PM
Quit poking them with your dick, stickbag.
 
2012-11-19 01:27:50 PM
Those are Harvestmen.

This is a Daddy Long Leg - or Cellar Spider
 
2012-11-19 01:34:44 PM
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-19 01:36:24 PM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


Something tells me that wasn't the end...
 
2012-11-19 01:47:59 PM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.



They're well known for going into your ear during the night as you sleep, or lay eggs inside your nose....or mouth.
 
2012-11-19 01:51:20 PM

SmellsLikePoo: deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.

Something tells me that wasn't the end...


Well, I found where at least a few of them went. Down into the basement where I keep my grandfathers old plutonium rods, ya know, for nostalgia (he was a scientist). Oh and one of the old barrels of his crazy "green glow liquid" is leaking again I see, so I'd better head down and try and patch it up. Hope I don't get any on my shoes like last time. I liked those shoes.
 
2012-11-19 01:59:16 PM
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-11-19 02:10:04 PM
When they fell on the camera the first time, I'll admit I jumped.
 
2012-11-19 02:51:39 PM
It was right there in the description, I clicked anyway and got freaked/creeped right the hell out. It's my fault. I deserve it but still.....that was awful.

/snakes, rats, clowns= no problem
/bugs= shoot me on the spot if the alternative was to endure 30 seconds of being covered in bugs like that chick in Indiana Jones
 
2012-11-19 03:01:38 PM

Explodo: I once crawled into a cave in the hill country in Texas. There was an antechamber about 10' across with sun coming in the 18" wide crack that I had entered through. One whole wall was a sheet of daddy longlegs spiders. I really don't like spiders, but daddy longlegs don't bother me at all. When I went close to the wall the spiders started doing their "danger approaches!" bounce. It started in the middle and spread from there. They were stacked 3-4 inches deep on the wall and as all of their shaking built into strong waves they started to peel off the wall in a huge sheet of spiders.


I've come to a tentative truce with most spiders, even have one as a pet (caged in the living room), but there are limits to any agreement. I would probably have left blood smears on the sides of that 18" crack Ging TFO of that cave at a full sprint.
 
2012-11-19 03:19:56 PM
If daddy long legs creeps you people out, what do you do about the serious farkers?

/i was going to post a picture but that would just be cruel.
//pansies
 
2012-11-19 03:33:53 PM
A couple people have pointed out that this is a repeat from 2010, but it's a couple years old so we let it run again for those of you who hadn't seen it the first time.
 
2012-11-19 03:55:58 PM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


Hate to break it to you but daddy-long-legs (opiliones) can't spin webs as they don't have spinnerets or silk glands. I think daddy-long-legs are actually closer to scorpions than spiders.
 
2012-11-19 04:03:47 PM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


Sorry to break it to you, but that was a nest of Brown Recluses.
 
2012-11-19 04:10:28 PM
i110.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-19 04:43:16 PM

berniex: Mark Ratner: Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.

This.


ThisIsntMe: This^


These.

Nofun: [kill it with fire flamethrower animated image]


That too.
 
2012-11-19 05:12:02 PM

rtaylor92: It was right there in the description, I clicked anyway and got freaked/creeped right the hell out. It's my fault. I deserve it but still.....that was awful.

/snakes, rats, clowns= no problem
/bugs= shoot me on the spot if the alternative was to endure 30 seconds of being covered in bugs like that chick in Indiana Jones


Angry 6'5", 325Lb gun wielding gang banger - not afraid.
Spiders - not afraid.
palmetto bugs - will scream like a Dakota Fanning in War of the Worlds.
 
2012-11-19 05:20:31 PM

Malivon: Blarghh - they are not spiders!

Opiliones 

They openly state they are in the order Opiliones in the video description. Therefore, they are not spiders.

That's a neat thing to see though - poor things are given a bad reputation of being spiders and being extreme venomous, which they are not. If fact, they're probably the most harmless thing to be afraid of and are often killed :(


TFL: Opiliones (formerly Phalangida) are an order of arachnids...

Opiliones are spiders.
 
2012-11-19 05:29:11 PM

rooftop235: rtaylor92: It was right there in the description, I clicked anyway and got freaked/creeped right the hell out. It's my fault. I deserve it but still.....that was awful.

/snakes, rats, clowns= no problem
/bugs= shoot me on the spot if the alternative was to endure 30 seconds of being covered in bugs like that chick in Indiana Jones

Angry 6'5", 325Lb gun wielding gang banger - not afraid.
Spiders - not afraid.
palmetto bugs - will scream like a Dakota Fanning in War of the Worlds.


For the screaming like DF, I would have to put my vote towards the commonly found in Arizona Palo Verde Beetle that sound like an apache helicopter when they take flight

www.whatsthatbug.com
 
2012-11-19 05:36:40 PM

Gig103: When they fell on the camera the first time, I'll admit I jumped.


I think a couple went in my shirt.
 
2012-11-19 05:49:40 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: Malivon: Blarghh - they are not spiders!

Opiliones 

They openly state they are in the order Opiliones in the video description. Therefore, they are not spiders.

That's a neat thing to see though - poor things are given a bad reputation of being spiders and being extreme venomous, which they are not. If fact, they're probably the most harmless thing to be afraid of and are often killed :(

TFL: Opiliones (formerly Phalangida) are an order of arachnids...

Opiliones are spiders.


Order Araneae (true spiders) is where you will find all our friendly little spiders. Granted Opiliones is in Arachnida, it does not have the same traits you will find in Araneae. Namely a very important thing: Opiliones will not bite with venom, because they have no venom. All spiders are venomous, rarely do you get to say that statement in biology, but it is true.
 
2012-11-19 06:28:23 PM
lasted 14 seconds. Nope.
 
2012-11-19 07:42:06 PM
It's like a gritty documentary re-boot of "Starship Troopers".
 
2012-11-19 08:20:41 PM
Whelp, so much for sleeping tonight
 
2012-11-19 08:45:51 PM

lustfrog: Those are Harvestmen.

This is a Daddy Long Leg - or Cellar Spider


"Daddy longlegs" is pretty liberally applied to both harvestmen and cellar spiders.
 
2012-11-19 10:05:14 PM

lustfrog: Those are Harvestmen.

This is a Daddy Long Leg - or Cellar Spider


fark you they are, wikipedo.

those are Daddy longlegs. And they have been around here for 400 years. So get lost nomenclature troll. They'll never be "harvestmen" and cellar spiders will remain cellar spiders and not Daddy longlegs, asshole.
 
2012-11-19 10:06:48 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: It's like a gritty documentary re-boot of "Starship Troopers".


This place crawls, sir!
 
2012-11-19 10:35:53 PM

deffuse: I have a big daddy-long-legs in my wardrobe, up in the corner, that I have named Henry. About a week ago I opened the door and Henry's web was full of hundreds of little Henry's. They slowly dispersed over a few days, I guess throughout my house. Kind of cool really.

And this is the end of a pointless tale.


CSB time, you may have read it in another spider thread.

I was smoking and reading a book on the back porch late one night when I lived with my mom (long time ago, I haven't had tobacco in 3 years, woo!) and it was well after midnight. I felt something brush my cheek and just wiped it away and didn't think anything of it. A few moments later it was back and I brushed again. After the third time I was getting suspicious, so I looked up to my left there, slowly falling towards me like like they're Easy Company and the rest of the 101st airborne parachuting into France, is a large cloud of black widow babies falling at me. I was pretty freaked out for the rest of the night and would randomly start brushing myself furiously when I felt anything.

/csb
 
2012-11-19 10:40:28 PM
Other that I think spiders are great (except black widows and brown recluses because they're death machines)! Keep the bugs away and don't bother me at all. Unless I catch one near my bed, then it's a goner.

Scorpions on the other hand can fark right off. I'll let one go about it's business outside but inside? Hell no.
 
2012-11-19 10:43:02 PM
Classic German guy Saying 'Daddy Longlegs'
I don't know why I think this is so funny...
 
2012-11-19 11:01:38 PM
Black widows don't bother me. They keep to themselves. Brown recluses, though - eff those nasty little savages.
 
2012-11-19 11:15:29 PM
Nope.

media.tumblr.com
 
2012-11-19 11:49:10 PM

Malivon: Blarghh - they are not spiders!

Opiliones

They openly state they are in the order Opiliones in the video description. Therefore, they are not spiders.


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-20 07:17:31 AM
Awww hell naw and

web.mit.edu
 
2012-11-20 09:22:02 AM

ThisIsntMe: Mark Ratner: Quit poking them with the stick, dickbag.

This^


I'm going to have to agree with these guys, lighter fluid and matches are the choices you should have made.
 
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