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(WLKY Louisville)   Woman claims spider made her hit two people in parking lot. It must be true; I saw it on the web   (wlky.com) divider line 33
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2013-06-26 06:39:51 PM
Spider?
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2013-06-26 08:23:54 PM
Wee Ms. Rivera
Sat in her Previa
Driving along one day
Along came a spider
Who sat down beside her
So she rammed everything in her way
 
2013-06-26 08:34:50 PM
Is her name Charlotte?
 
2013-06-26 08:39:31 PM
In her defense, it was moving at her at a high rate of speed.


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2013-06-26 09:12:35 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: In her defense, it was moving at her at a high rate of speed.


In her defense, that car is kinda badass. Not XKE kinda badass, but one step above Karmen Ghia badass. If ya gotta go down by a car, this is a thousand times better than dying by a Chrysler product or a frickin Pontiac.
 
2013-06-26 09:21:43 PM
 
2013-06-26 09:23:46 PM
What, was it in her cup when she went to take a sip?
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2013-06-26 09:24:36 PM
Maybe it was on her face.
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2013-06-26 09:25:24 PM
Or in her panties.
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2013-06-26 10:40:59 PM
No No No
there's a bee thing brewing
 
2013-06-26 10:41:15 PM

I want your skull: Or in her panties.


Nature's vibrator.
 
2013-06-26 10:42:09 PM
She thought she would have to break up the band.
 
2013-06-26 10:46:25 PM

I want your skull: Or in her panties.


Well at least it ain't centipedes.
 
2013-06-26 10:47:17 PM
written in the spider's web was the words  "Kill The Spider"
 
2013-06-26 10:50:47 PM
Are you sure it wasn't the PACKERS! WOOOO! PACKERS WON THE SUPERBOWL!
 
2013-06-26 10:51:11 PM

I want your skull: Or in her panties.
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I uh... welll... that is... something,
 
2013-06-26 10:54:09 PM
:(
 
2013-06-26 11:00:16 PM
Good one subby.
 
2013-06-26 11:08:08 PM
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2013-06-26 11:11:57 PM

Lord Snoopy's G.P.E.H.: She thought she would have to break up the band.


when she had that accident in her car.

that whole thing just really seemed too bizarre
 
2013-06-26 11:18:29 PM
Believable, had plenty of spiders in my car that made me freak out and concentrate on killing it or getting it off me.
It's the suddenness of it, a visceral reaction(thanks evolution)  I don't exactly piss my pants just seeing one, love looking at/watching them.I will kill the shiat out of them though if they get in my space.

We have ones with big goals here.  Even with the inner door and screen door shut, they'll set up for the doorway and try to catch people.  Annoying as shiat when you leave in the morning.

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Still sounds like an excuse and not a reason. Always have your foot on the brake in the parking lot, anything happens, jam it down like there's a spider on it.
/people are stupid though
 
2013-06-26 11:26:47 PM
Nice job, subby.
 
2013-06-26 11:47:14 PM
I wish I had some funny quip in reaction to this...but I don't.  I can't stand people who're afraid of spiders. (Same with people afraid of bees. [Except those allergic to bees. Then they've got a valid reason]).

If people lent as much time learning about spiders as they have learning the re-percussive behavior on how to act like an idiot simply because the reaction they get from other people, they'd realize there's nothing about them to be afraid of.  Now, the Brown Recluse? Yeah, that's a spidey to be feared. And a few others in remote regions of the jungles. But most of these numbnutz biatch about them to the point where I actually wonder if they're really afraid or just wanting attention for the reaction they have.

Spiders are so cool. They're our little eight-legged bits o'ammunition against all the bad buggies out there. Anyone with a flower or vegetable garden knows this.  And if they don't? They should.

I'd love to see what the eejits who're afraid of them would do if these lovely little critters weren't around to do what they're around to do as nature intended.  On an ironic note, I'd probably get sick of their biatching going into hyper-drive after having learned how good they really had it with the little guys around, but it'd still hold a sweet "I told you so" moment for me to watch them be really freaked out by the alternative.   

/happy to be a girl who loves critters
 
2013-06-27 12:06:23 AM

indeebud: I wish I had some funny quip in reaction to this...but I don't.  I can't stand people who're afraid of spiders. (Same with people afraid of bees. [Except those allergic to bees. Then they've got a valid reason]).

If people lent as much time learning about spiders as they have learning the re-percussive behavior on how to act like an idiot simply because the reaction they get from other people, they'd realize there's nothing about them to be afraid of.  Now, the Brown Recluse? Yeah, that's a spidey to be feared. And a few others in remote regions of the jungles. But most of these numbnutz biatch about them to the point where I actually wonder if they're really afraid or just wanting attention for the reaction they have.

Spiders are so cool. They're our little eight-legged bits o'ammunition against all the bad buggies out there. Anyone with a flower or vegetable garden knows this.  And if they don't? They should.

I'd love to see what the eejits who're afraid of them would do if these lovely little critters weren't around to do what they're around to do as nature intended.  On an ironic note, I'd probably get sick of their biatching going into hyper-drive after having learned how good they really had it with the little guys around, but it'd still hold a sweet "I told you so" moment for me to watch them be really freaked out by the alternative.   

/happy to be a girl who loves critters


Sometimes that solo spider rides down its thread of silk right between you and the screen as you're focusing on something else. That's worth a freak-out.
 
2013-06-27 12:19:24 AM
I was once driving down the interstate when I heard a spider walking across my windshield. Yeah, it was so farking big I actually heard the tip-tap of its legs before I saw it. It was a huntsman or a wolf spider, easily the size of my palm. It scurried across the inside of my windshield and went down into an air vent.

Then another time another giant huntsman or wolf spider popped out from behind my side view mirror, onto my side view mirror, and damn near took up half the face of the mirror.

Somehow I didn't get into an accident either time.
 
2013-06-27 12:32:57 AM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: indeebud: I wish I had some funny quip in reaction to this...but I don't.  I can't stand people who're afraid of spiders. (Same with people afraid of bees. [Except those allergic to bees. Then they've got a valid reason]).

If people lent as much time learning about spiders as they have learning the re-percussive behavior on how to act like an idiot simply because the reaction they get from other people, they'd realize there's nothing about them to be afraid of.  Now, the Brown Recluse? Yeah, that's a spidey to be feared. And a few others in remote regions of the jungles. But most of these numbnutz biatch about them to the point where I actually wonder if they're really afraid or just wanting attention for the reaction they have.

Spiders are so cool. They're our little eight-legged bits o'ammunition against all the bad buggies out there. Anyone with a flower or vegetable garden knows this.  And if they don't? They should.

I'd love to see what the eejits who're afraid of them would do if these lovely little critters weren't around to do what they're around to do as nature intended.  On an ironic note, I'd probably get sick of their biatching going into hyper-drive after having learned how good they really had it with the little guys around, but it'd still hold a sweet "I told you so" moment for me to watch them be really freaked out by the alternative.   

/happy to be a girl who loves critters

Sometimes that solo spider rides down its thread of silk right between you and the screen as you're focusing on something else. That's worth a freak-out.


Nah.  Running through a web and feeling like a fly in an invisible net is freak-out worthy.  But watching a spider repelling down to say hello in front of my comp screen?  Nope.  More afraid of SPAM and creepy chat rooms than I am a spider.   

I do draw the line however on what crawls into my open drooling mouth as I sleep.  THEN, anything is creepy.
 
2013-06-27 12:39:26 AM
Subby, you get +1 on the headline.
 
2013-06-27 12:46:42 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: from behind my side view mirror


I always have spiders setting up shop in there.
 
2013-06-27 01:35:16 AM
I see what you did there
 
2013-06-27 02:32:01 AM
I am a school bus driver.

Sometimes these older buses aren't as actively maintained as newer buses as they do not typically have a single driver responsible for their cleanliness; rather a person uses it for a day, doesn't bother to clean it, and passes the buck to the next sucker.

Weeeeeelllll one day I had the pleasure of driving good ol 64 down the highway with a busload of souls and down drops a big green spider right in front of my face from behind the mirror. I barely reacted beyond a slight gasp. The teacher in front on the right side near jumped up screaming. Good times. I pinched the string and set him on my side console. Never saw him again.....
 
2013-06-27 06:48:24 AM
2 stories...

1.  An old friend of mine who is like 6'5" 350lbs - he is terrified of spiders.  I actually saw him run and scream like the house was about to explode because he saw one in the kitchen.

2.  Just last night, my daughter completely flipped out because she thought she had a spider on her.  A few seconds later, I found the culprit.  It was a potato beetle.  Probably one of the most harmless things in the universe, unless you are a plant.

Anyway... For my part, I try as hard as I can to actually keep the spiders here.  They may be rather freaky looking.  But they do a tremendous service to the rest of us by getting rid of a lot of pests.
 
2013-06-27 07:42:51 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I was once driving down the interstate when I heard a spider walking across my windshield. Yeah, it was so farking big I actually heard the tip-tap of its legs before I saw it. It was a huntsman or a wolf spider, easily the size of my palm. It scurried across the inside of my windshield and went down into an air vent.

Then another time another giant huntsman or wolf spider popped out from behind my side view mirror, onto my side view mirror, and damn near took up half the face of the mirror.

Somehow I didn't get into an accident either time.


This.  I am sure I have arachnophobia; however, I've never spent the time or money to see a shrink and have it officially confirmed.  Phobia = irrational fear, and yeah I have that of spiders.

The one time I had a spider in the car that truly caused a problem I pulled over onto the shoulder and killed it with a book.   Remember books?  They still have their place in this world.
 
2013-06-27 09:14:56 AM
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"North or south, they sing no song for spiders."
 
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