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In less than 90 minutes we'll be in spider season; Christ knows why but they all seem to come out in September.

 

How will you setting up your offensive? I'm going for a zero tolerance policy; if I see one it's having a flush burial - none of this keeping them alive and throwing them in the garden, you've got to send out the right message. I may even put one of their heads on a cocktail stick.

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I like to play with them. Stick the spider in the microwave is fun, fun, fun.

 

Another favourite is 'look what's in my hand' and then throw one at the little fuckers at someone.

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Guest The Big Green Bastard

Daddy long-legs has the most venomous bite of all british spiders, its lucky that their jaws are too small to bite through human flesh.

 

just a thought for you there.

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Man, I hate the cunts. I'm in this old Victorian place that's going to be jam packed full of the hairy horrible bastards.

 

I could have gone so far with this post Christopher, I'll settle for calling you and your girly mates.................well girls.

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I could have gone so far with this post Christopher, I'll settle for calling you and your girly mates.................well girls.

 

For weeks, I'd been trying to figure out whether this was going to be a Spider House. I was putting my washing on the clothes horse the other day and there was one of the biggest 8-legged fucks I'd ever seen in my life just waiting to eat me. I squealed and called for Jaqui to save me.

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Spiders are the only ones I let live, all the other creepy crawlies get it. New policy. I had an epic fight with a cockroach the other night.

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Why do people fear Spiders over here. They are little fucking fanny's compared to elsewhere in the World and deserve to be mocked on sight. If we lived in Austalia or the Amazon I'd be bricking it if a Spider started crawling up my leg but over here I laugh at them.

 

If you see a Spider, pick it up and just laugh at it.

 

I do.

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Spiders don't bother me one bit unless they're your gargantuan poisonous types rumoured to be shipped over here amidst bunches of bananas, but throw a big head-twatting loudly thrumming moth at me and I turn into a right fanny.

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I have trained myself to ignore them. When I enter a room i deliberately don't look in the places most likely to have one on it, corners, ceilings, skirting boards etc. For example if I go into the kitchen for a drink I'll go straight to the kitchen, get a mug from the cupboard and then straight the sink, staring directly at my objectives. This way I very rarely see them although I am aware that they come into our house at this time of the year

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You big fucking girls. Not strictly a spider, but none of you had better go to Colchester then....

 

Paratrooper's family flees home after Afghan spider 'kills dog' | UK news | guardian.co.uk

 

Camel Spider THE Picture everyone is talking about.

 

I'm loving some of the mythical stories on the Camel Spider site. Bored? Not come across any insurgents? Want a heroic 'war' story? Then start an urban legend about how the camel spiders are organising to take over the world.

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Most camel spider stories are greatly exagerated, they are in the main shit scared of humans but they are nonetheless fuckin' horrible and fast bastards.

 

I woke up in my cot bed during a 2 month stint in Baghdad to see one crawling over my mozzy net inches from my face;

 

CamelSpider06.jpg

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ok, one of those feckers i would be maybe a little scared and kill it, but your regular house spiders have free run of my house. Anything else with more legs then me, dies.

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In less than 90 minutes we'll be in spider season; Christ knows why but they all seem to come out in September.

 

How will you setting up your offensive? I'm going for a zero tolerance policy; if I see one it's having a flush burial - none of this keeping them alive and throwing them in the garden, you've got to send out the right message. I may even put one of their heads on a cocktail stick.

 

saw a weird one today. hung from lampshade. tiny with orangey colour......my lad did come back from africa last month!

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