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2013-01-18 01:29:02 AM

robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.


You assume subby was a guy. Accidental misogyny is the sissiest thing on the internet.
 
2013-01-18 01:30:13 AM

sno man: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

ponies.


Amen.
 
2013-01-18 01:33:41 AM
I once lived in the Caribbean for a few months and my neighbor from Utah was deathly scared of spiders. One day he saw a big fat tarantula outside the door of his house and used a full can of RAID on it. I told him (as someone else told me) that the RAID doesn't kill it only paralyzes it. He didn't believe me and said that he'll wait a bit to throw out the spider. Well after a few minutes we came back out and the spider wasnt there anymore.

/CSB
 
2013-01-18 01:41:15 AM

vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn


I have more respect for drag queens than those afraid of spiders. Of course I don't really hold quirks against people much.
 
2013-01-18 01:43:49 AM

This Face Left Blank: Uchiha_Cycliste: dookdookdook: OH MY GOD

Now I'm going to have to spend the next 2 hours patrolling the apartment for spiders armed with a spray bottle of tilex.

Vid related, it's my black doppelganger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6z63qngF4c

Did you see the video earlier this week of a spider killed by a spray of bug spray only to have a worm wriggle spiral its way out? I swear to god the worm looked bigger than the spider. Anyways, rethink the spray approach.

I've never found a spray that spiders don't shrug off and walk away from - including spray supposedly formulated for spiders. Household cleaners with surfactants seem to work OK on most bugs, but again, not as well on spiders. Hardy, tough buggers.


Over the summer we had a spider about the size of my fist take up residence on our sliding door.  It built a web, in two days, that covered THE ENTIRE farkING SLIDING DOOR AREA.

An entire can of Raid took it out.  I think.  I hope.  I pray.

I live in fear at night.
 
2013-01-18 01:47:06 AM

Smackledorfer: vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn

I have more respect for drag queens than those afraid of spiders. Of course I don't really hold quirks against people much.


When I was 5, it was a hot Summer's day and my little sister and I were going to go play in the backyard with the hose and attach a lawn spinkler thingy too it... this one in fact:
img.ehowcdn.com
I went out and grabbed it to attach it to the hose and when I flipped it over and underneath was a giant black window spider. Huge, black with a big red hourglass. Well, I threw the sucker screamed like a little girl and I've been irrationally fearful of black widows (and any spider I can't recognize as being non poisonous) since. Judge me if you must, but that's how it went down.
 
2013-01-18 01:58:49 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Smackledorfer: vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn

I have more respect for drag queens than those afraid of spiders. Of course I don't really hold quirks against people much.

When I was 5, it was a hot Summer's day and my little sister and I were going to go play in the backyard with the hose and attach a lawn spinkler thingy too it... this one in fact:
[img.ehowcdn.com image 400x266]
I went out and grabbed it to attach it to the hose and when I flipped it over and underneath was a giant black window spider. Huge, black with a big red hourglass. Well, I threw the sucker screamed like a little girl and I've been irrationally fearful of black widows (and any spider I can't recognize as being non poisonous) since. Judge me if you must, but that's how it went down.


Heh...I remember mine. It was the summer and they had just paved our road so i was checking it out when i saw this big wolf spider sitting in the middle of it. I thought it was dead so I went to poke it (yeah yeah I was kind of a dumb kid). The f'n spider jumped up, clamped onto my finger and bit me! I started running around shaking my hand trying to get the bastard to let go but he clung tight and wouldn't shake off. I ended up having to get a stick and push him off. It didn't really hurt and my finger only swelled up a little bit. But ever since then anytime i see a spider I have this fear of it jumping on me.
 
2013-01-18 02:09:42 AM

Tellingthem: Uchiha_Cycliste: Smackledorfer: vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn

I have more respect for drag queens than those afraid of spiders. Of course I don't really hold quirks against people much.

When I was 5, it was a hot Summer's day and my little sister and I were going to go play in the backyard with the hose and attach a lawn spinkler thingy too it... this one in fact:
[img.ehowcdn.com image 400x266]
I went out and grabbed it to attach it to the hose and when I flipped it over and underneath was a giant black window spider. Huge, black with a big red hourglass. Well, I threw the sucker screamed like a little girl and I've been irrationally fearful of black widows (and any spider I can't recognize as being non poisonous) since. Judge me if you must, but that's how it went down.

Heh...I remember mine. It was the summer and they had just paved our road so i was checking it out when i saw this big wolf spider sitting in the middle of it. I thought it was dead so I went to poke it (yeah yeah I was kind of a dumb kid). The f'n spider jumped up, clamped onto my finger and bit me! I started running around shaking my hand trying to get the bastard to let go but he clung tight and wouldn't shake off. I ended up having to get a stick and push him off. It didn't really hurt and my finger only swelled up a little bit. But ever since then anytime i see a spider I have this fear of it jumping on me.


Yup its like that.
I just can't stand the idea of having a giant black widow (or any poisonous spider) inches from my fingers. Bad

I'm all good with snakes.
 
2013-01-18 02:23:28 AM
Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier.
img845.imageshack.us
 
2013-01-18 02:40:52 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: *before clicking on thread*

Spider thread?


*after clicking on thread*

SPIDER THREAD, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

/flees
[www.whatsthatbug.com image 691x550]

Wait! You forgot your cup of coffee.


Is that a hobo spider
 
2013-01-18 02:50:42 AM

red5ish: Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier.
[img845.imageshack.us image 400x300]


Speaking of crabs, I heard on NPR last night that new studies are indicating that Crabs may be able to sense pain. At first I thought so what? And then they added that there is a common practice of ripping off their caws while they are still alive! ouch =(
The study took crabs, and gave them two shady hidey holes, one of which had minor electric current running through it. Apparently the crabs learned right quickly to avoid that hidey hole.
 
2013-01-18 02:53:40 AM

meat0918: Bathia_Mapes: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: *before clicking on thread*

Spider thread?


*after clicking on thread*

SPIDER THREAD, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

/flees
[www.whatsthatbug.com image 691x550]

Wait! You forgot your cup of coffee.

Is that a hobo spider


The hobo spider tries to wash your windshield so it can demand money from you.
 
2013-01-18 02:59:22 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: roflmaonow: Uchiha_Cycliste:
Did you see the video earlier this week of a spider killed by a spray of bug spray only to have a worm wriggle spiral its way out? I swear to god the worm looked bigger than the spider. Anyways, rethink the spray approach.

Now I need to search for this video.

Here: video


Thread


I won't deny it, I'd probably take a can of "compressed air" and a lighter and give that goddamn worm the flamethrower treatment.

Spiders are okay, they kill flies (because as a biker, fark those goddamn things)... parasite worms? Burn it with fire. Nuclear fire if possible.

/There is zee secrecy!
//I cannot see you, therefore you cannot see me...
///I am hidden!
 
2013-01-18 03:00:54 AM

red5ish: Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier.


Googles a bit.
Discovers that thing is called a 'coconut crab.'
More Googling.
Discovers that it's diet "consists primarily of fleshy fruits (particularly Ochrosia ackeringae, Arenga listeri, Pandanus elatus, P. christmatensis), nuts (coconuts Cocos nucifera, Aleurites moluccana) and seeds (Annona reticulata),[35] and on the pith of fallen trees."
Relief at the fact that it's harmless.
Keeps reading, finds "Coconut crabs may be responsible for the disappearance of Amelia Earhart's remains, consuming them after her death and hoarding her skeletal remnants in their burrows."
Great, now it reads like something straight out of the Monster Manual.
Stops reading.
Backs slowly out of the thread.
Plans on going to to bed secure in the knowledge that those things don't live anywhere near the Sonora Desert . . .right?
 
2013-01-18 03:03:34 AM
This is the secret key.
 
2013-01-18 03:12:08 AM

erik-k: Spiders are okay, they kill flies (because as a biker, fark those goddamn things)... parasite worms? Burn it with fire. Nuclear fire if possible.


That pretty much mirror my feelings on the matter...

Uchiha_Cycliste: use an army boot, or a tactical nuclear weapon, it's the only way to be sure.


Screw ticks too =/
 
2013-01-18 03:13:55 AM
Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?
 
2013-01-18 03:15:45 AM

jeanwearinfool: sno man: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

ponies.

Amen.


Here here.
 
2013-01-18 03:16:10 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: red5ish: Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier.
[img845.imageshack.us image 400x300]

Speaking of crabs, I heard on NPR last night that new studies are indicating that Crabs may be able to sense pain. At first I thought so what? And then they added that there is a common practice of ripping off their caws while they are still alive! ouch =(
The study took crabs, and gave them two shady hidey holes, one of which had minor electric current running through it. Apparently the crabs learned right quickly to avoid that hidey hole.


Well that is a stupid study. That doesn't necessarily mean it is causing pain, just that the crab is sensing the electricity. Sharks hunt based on electrical impulses from heartbeats. A few years back somebody figured out how to make a shark repellent that puts a relatively large electrical pulse in the water. It doesn't hurt the shark at all it just scares it because all of the sudden it senses what it believes to be the heartbeat of an enormous animal that can eat it.

Humans can sense strong electric fields and learn to avoid them without the field ever shocking them or causing any pain. I'm pretty sure the same is true for a lot of animals.

Mind you, I'm not saying that crabs can't feel pain. I'm just saying that basing their study on the crabs avoiding electrical fields doesn't prove that the field was causing any pain to the crabs. It just proves that the crabs can sense and avoid electrical fields.
 
2013-01-18 03:17:12 AM

Wise_Guy: I never understood that logic.

It's like keeping a Crip in your house to keep the Bloods away.


Where I'm living right now, mosquitoes can give you Dengue. I'll happily let a spider build a web in the corner if she wants to.

I also let this pretty lady live in my carport:

s8.postimage.org
 
2013-01-18 03:28:45 AM

hubiestubert: reklamfox: miss diminutive: Great. Just great. Now I'm never walking anywhere again.

/will live and die in my spider-free house

You best make room for one more because I will be moving in at the beginning of the week.

/survived a childhood FILLED with spiders

I hate to break it to y'all, but there are several species of spiders that have pretty much moved into the role of "house spiders" and have been doing so pretty much along with us as a species, because our domiciles are fantastic hunting grounds for critters that have pretty much become synonymous with human habitation. You see them, that means that critters of a less than generous nature where your foodstuffs and skin flakes and crumbs and such are concerned, and certainly all the biomass that works up in the walls, under the floors, and in your basements and attics, or just above the ceiling boards. BTW: the spiders are the good guys in these wee dramas, and hooking you up by playing predator to pests. Just sayin'...


While I agree whole heartedly, I have a real, rational fear of the specific species that cause harm. Especially the Brown Recluse.

Basically, if the spider is smaller than 1/4 inch I panic, if its bigger than 3" across, it's creepy, and anything 6" and above instills a creep out factor.
 
2013-01-18 03:32:30 AM
I'm from Florida, so I have spider stories.

The best incident appended to my brother - a big ass spider was in the shower, and he smashed it with a shampoo bottle. It didn't die, and in fact reared up and ran at him.

The second whack with the bottle finished it. But damn.
 
2013-01-18 03:37:22 AM

Hacker_X: Uchiha_Cycliste: red5ish: Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier.
[img845.imageshack.us image 400x300]

Speaking of crabs, I heard on NPR last night that new studies are indicating that Crabs may be able to sense pain. At first I thought so what? And then they added that there is a common practice of ripping off their caws while they are still alive! ouch =(
The study took crabs, and gave them two shady hidey holes, one of which had minor electric current running through it. Apparently the crabs learned right quickly to avoid that hidey hole.

Well that is a stupid study. That doesn't necessarily mean it is causing pain, just that the crab is sensing the electricity. Sharks hunt based on electrical impulses from heartbeats. A few years back somebody figured out how to make a shark repellent that puts a relatively large electrical pulse in the water. It doesn't hurt the shark at all it just scares it because all of the sudden it senses what it believes to be the heartbeat of an enormous animal that can eat it.

Humans can sense strong electric fields and learn to avoid them without the field ever shocking them or causing any pain. I'm pretty sure the same is true for a lot of animals.

Mind you, I'm not saying that crabs can't feel pain. I'm just saying that basing their study on the crabs avoiding electrical fields doesn't prove that the field was causing any pain to the crabs. It just proves that the crabs can sense and avoid electrical fields.


You know, I was thinking the same thing but decided to give the scientists the benefit of the doubt, as the spoke of this information being important to filter up to the food industry so that the treatment of decapods can change. Your comment made me curios though so I just looked into it and it sounds like they tested more decapods than just crabs and in more ways than just with shocks. They also used acid on Prawns, who apparently did not appreciate the caustic soda. Liekwise they also shocked crabs in such a way that they would rather avoid more shocks than seek shelter (which is practically a death sentence) I gather the conclusions come after 8 years of study and will be published in in the Journal of Experimental Biology.back on Wed.

So sounds more legit than just the basic current sensors.
 
2013-01-18 03:37:45 AM

hubiestubert: reklamfox: miss diminutive: Great. Just great. Now I'm never walking anywhere again.

/will live and die in my spider-free house

You best make room for one more because I will be moving in at the beginning of the week.

/survived a childhood FILLED with spiders

I hate to break it to y'all, but there are several species of spiders that have pretty much moved into the role of "house spiders" and have been doing so pretty much along with us as a species, because our domiciles are fantastic hunting grounds for critters that have pretty much become synonymous with human habitation. You see them, that means that critters of a less than generous nature where your foodstuffs and skin flakes and crumbs and such are concerned, and certainly all the biomass that works up in the walls, under the floors, and in your basements and attics, or just above the ceiling boards. BTW: the spiders are the good guys in these wee dramas, and hooking you up by playing predator to pests. Just sayin'...


I generally leave the spiders in my house alone. As you brought up, they kill off the other bugs, which is good. But there's a size limit to what I can put up with. If I can make out any kind of detail just glancing at it, it's going to die, immediately.

/cats take care of the rest once they become too successful
 
2013-01-18 03:38:14 AM

Lsherm: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

Not true.  I'm terrified of mice, too.


irrational fears are real true honest fears that exist. got that? or you going to freak out again and insist it's not irrational and they do exist. we know they exist. and you can be cured of them. man up and get some counseling. i've overcome fears that were so farked up you wouldn't want to be out in public knowing there are people like me standing next to you in the supermarket. i've overcome irrational fears. you can too.

vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn


gay sex is not sissy. you're an idiot. drag queen/porn isn't sissy either. what are you from alabama or stupid town. there are free dictionary sites online, oh ignorant one. learn a word, shock everyone.
 
2013-01-18 03:43:25 AM

hetheeme: Basically, if the spider is smaller than 1/4 inch I panic


Ummm... the Brown Recluse is usually a lot bigger than 1/4". I've seen them as big as 2" across.
Just sayin'...you may want to adjust your terror/size factor.
 
2013-01-18 03:44:05 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?


Generic (not food or medical) aerosol cans are usually pressurized by a mix of light hydrocarbons like propane and butane.

So the propellant is exactly that - fuel.
 
2013-01-18 03:53:53 AM

erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?

Generic (not food or medical) aerosol cans are usually pressurized by a mix of light hydrocarbons like propane and butane.

So the propellant is exactly that - fuel.


Like, this stuff?
c773974.r74.cf2.rackcdn.com?
 
2013-01-18 03:59:57 AM

red5ish: Spiders are creepy but this crab is creepier tastier.
[img845.imageshack.us image 400x300]


FTFY
 
2013-01-18 04:00:49 AM

Z-clipped: hetheeme: Basically, if the spider is smaller than 1/4 inch I panic

Ummm... the Brown Recluse is usually a lot bigger than 1/4". I've seen them as big as 2" across.
Just sayin'...you may want to adjust your terror/size factor.


Sh*t. I had always seen them as being some of the smallest spiders. I had a friend get bit by one, the aftermath was horrific.

Like Ian Malcolm said "Life will find a way to make everything kill you"

He didn't say it exactly like that, but he should have, considering what happens about an hour later.
 
2013-01-18 04:02:38 AM

Ishkur: Meethos: I just dont get the irrational fear some of you have regarding spiders.

It's an evolutionary thing.

The two animals that man fears the most are spiders and snakes because those are the two classes of animals that possess the most lethal venom.


Cone snails, cube jellies, blue-ringed octopuses, and sea snakes say hi.
 
2013-01-18 04:12:59 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?

Generic (not food or medical) aerosol cans are usually pressurized by a mix of light hydrocarbons like propane and butane.

So the propellant is exactly that - fuel.

Like, this stuff?
[c773974.r74.cf2.rackcdn.com image 200x200]?


Probably.

Electronics duster might be dry air or compressed dry nitrogen. The can probably lists the propellant in any case.
 
2013-01-18 04:13:58 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Ishkur: Meethos: I just dont get the irrational fear some of you have regarding spiders.

It's an evolutionary thing.

The two animals that man fears the most are spiders and snakes because those are the two classes of animals that possess the most lethal venom.

Cone snails, cube jellies, blue-ringed octopuses, and sea snakes say hi.


Aren'y Gila Monsters or Komodo Dragons or something pretty nasty too? Also, it may pedantic but are you confusing or conflating poison and toxin? If those are fair game what about Asian Hornet and African Ants?
 
2013-01-18 04:15:29 AM

erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?

Generic (not food or medical) aerosol cans are usually pressurized by a mix of light hydrocarbons like propane and butane.

So the propellant is exactly that - fuel.

Like, this stuff?
[c773974.r74.cf2.rackcdn.com image 200x200]?

Probably.

Electronics duster might be dry air or compressed dry nitrogen. The can probably lists the propellant in any case.


neat! I always assumed something meant to be sprayed in delicate electronics was fairly benign.
 
2013-01-18 04:18:42 AM
Shouldn't this thread be an afternooner?

Nightmare fuel and all.

/I'm sleeping in my jeans at this rate.
 
2013-01-18 04:20:12 AM

wildcardjack: I'm sleeping in my jeans at this rate.


Well thats just uncomfortable.
 
2013-01-18 04:21:41 AM

Meethos: I just dont get the irrational fear some of you have regarding spiders.


therepublika.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-01-18 04:24:05 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Keizer_Ghidorah: Ishkur: Meethos: I just dont get the irrational fear some of you have regarding spiders.

It's an evolutionary thing.

The two animals that man fears the most are spiders and snakes because those are the two classes of animals that possess the most lethal venom.

Cone snails, cube jellies, blue-ringed octopuses, and sea snakes say hi.

Aren'y Gila Monsters or Komodo Dragons or something pretty nasty too? Also, it may pedantic but are you confusing or conflating poison and toxin? If those are fair game what about Asian Hornet and African Ants?


Gila monsters and Komodo dragons have venom glands in their lower jaw that release into the saliva, entering the wound created by a bite. The Komodo's is rather weak and slows down blood clotting so the prey either bleeds to death or gets septicemia easier from the bacteria in its mouth. The Gila monster's is a bit stronger and can cause great pain and swelling to a human.

Cone snails harpoon prey with literal harpoon-like teeth that inject venom that directly affects the heart. Cube jellies aka sea wasps are jellyfish with venom so potent that they can kill a man in two minutes. Blue-ringed octopuses have a virulent venom that has no antidote and can kill in five minutes. Sea snakes, though not aggressive and rarely bite, also have potent venom with no known antidote that can take as long as eight hours to begin affecting a human but tend to be fatal.

Also, many sea urchins have either venom-filled spines or special structures on their bodies that resemble three-lobed flowers with a sharp claw on each corner attached to a venom sac. These structures grip anything that touches the urchin, functioning even if ripped from the urchin's body, and hold on until the toucher is dead from the venom that directly affects the heart.
 
2013-01-18 04:31:59 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: erik-k: Uchiha_Cycliste: Will electronics duster really create a flame thrower? What is the fuel?

Generic (not food or medical) aerosol cans are usually pressurized by a mix of light hydrocarbons like propane and butane.

So the propellant is exactly that - fuel.

Like, this stuff?
[c773974.r74.cf2.rackcdn.com image 200x200]?

Probably.

Electronics duster might be dry air or compressed dry nitrogen. The can probably lists the propellant in any case.

neat! I always assumed something meant to be sprayed in delicate electronics was fairly benign.


They're usually just fluorocarbon mixtures. So no, not flammable.
 
2013-01-18 04:33:43 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Uchiha_Cycliste: Keizer_Ghidorah: Ishkur: Meethos: I just dont get the irrational fear some of you have regarding spiders.

It's an evolutionary thing.

The two animals that man fears the most are spiders and snakes because those are the two classes of animals that possess the most lethal venom.

Cone snails, cube jellies, blue-ringed octopuses, and sea snakes say hi.

Aren'y Gila Monsters or Komodo Dragons or something pretty nasty too? Also, it may pedantic but are you confusing or conflating poison and toxin? If those are fair game what about Asian Hornet and African Ants?

Gila monsters and Komodo dragons have venom glands in their lower jaw that release into the saliva, entering the wound created by a bite. The Komodo's is rather weak and slows down blood clotting so the prey either bleeds to death or gets septicemia easier from the bacteria in its mouth. The Gila monster's is a bit stronger and can cause great pain and swelling to a human.

Cone snails harpoon prey with literal harpoon-like teeth that inject venom that directly affects the heart. Cube jellies aka sea wasps are jellyfish with venom so potent that they can kill a man in two minutes. Blue-ringed octopuses have a virulent venom that has no antidote and can kill in five minutes. Sea snakes, though not aggressive and rarely bite, also have potent venom with no known antidote that can take as long as eight hours to begin affecting a human but tend to be fatal.

Also, many sea urchins have either venom-filled spines or special structures on their bodies that resemble three-lobed flowers with a sharp claw on each corner attached to a venom sac. These structures grip anything that touches the urchin, functioning even if ripped from the urchin's body, and hold on until the toucher is dead from the venom that directly affects the heart.


ooh! Scorpions!
 
2013-01-18 04:36:21 AM
and... box jellyfish?


'
 
2013-01-18 04:37:14 AM
and puffer fish =D, thanks simpsons! and you're talented hands.
 
2013-01-18 04:39:45 AM
Well, I didn't need to read this thread.

Didn't click on the worm link. Thank god.
 
2013-01-18 04:43:59 AM
Z-clippedUchiha_Cycliste: They're usually just fluorocarbon mixtures. So no, not flammable.

Sorry, that was misleading...

Some fluorocarbons are flammable, but not at low vapor pressures. Which means you could light "canned air" on fire, but you'd probably have to hold the can upside down while you spray.
 
2013-01-18 04:56:03 AM
Am I the only person who's first thought was: "That spider is really stressed out, because it can't find a place to hide?" Then I thought it wasn't that funny because of that. I'm also with subby, because I didn't know they could do that either.
 
2013-01-18 05:17:54 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: and... box jellyfish?


Cube jellyfish aka sea wasps.

Uchiha_Cycliste: and puffer fish =D, thanks simpsons! and you're talented hands.


Poisonous, only deadly if you eat the wrong part.
 
2013-01-18 05:28:17 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-01-18 05:38:13 AM

Keizer_Ghidorah: Uchiha_Cycliste: and... box jellyfish?

Cube jellyfish aka sea wasps.

stupid aliases =(


Uchiha_Cycliste: and puffer fish =D, thanks simpsons! and you're talented hands.

Poisonous, only deadly if you eat the wrong part.


It's a fair cop. =(

Though I think you did leave my asian Hornet hanging.
 
2013-01-18 06:00:41 AM

vartian: robbiex0r: Grown men afraid of spiders is the sissiest thing on the internet.

You know there's gay porn the internet, right? Like, really gay porn. Drag queen porn.

/ Do not GIS drag queen porn


www.piccer.nl
 
2013-01-18 06:01:50 AM

Fury Pilot: Seriously, we haven't had this yet:

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and that must be followed up by this:
comedybro-z.webs.com
 
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