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Old 08-16-2004, 09:00 PM   #1
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Spiders everywheres!

Anyone else noticing this? TONS of spiders, mostly tiny - are EVERYWHERE lately, inside, outside, inside the cars, outside the cars..
clean cobwebs off, drive for the day, come back out the next morning, the cars' got at least one new cobweb on it a day.. walking down to one of the cars any other day, I run across a spider web string.. I'm killing spiders left and right.. what gives? anyone else having spider problems?
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haha I thought this was another google spider post lol, but anyway, i havent reall noticed to much, here in bama a ton of spiders is expected
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Arachnophobia is defined as an inordinate fear of spiders. This phobia can often be triggered by the thought of or sometimes even a picture of a spider. A serious case of arachnophobia is much different than someone who doesn't like spiders.

Many people who are afraid of spiders have feelings of panic entering into a situation where spiders may be present.

This fear of spiders can dictate where someone chooses to live, go on vacation, work or what sports or hobbies are enjoyed.

Symptoms may include excessive sweating or clamminess, rapid breathing, rapid heartbeat, nausea and dizziness.
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I'm not afraid of 'em its just ticking me off having to clean a spider web off my car every day and kill spiders randomly while I'm driving
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not afraid of spiders?! im terrified of them...i prefer snakes way over spiders...snakes for the most part i can notice and avoid them....i think the average person swallows 3 spiders in their sleep during the course of their life.....so lets uh remember to brush when we get up lol...just spiders are so much smaller and u dont notice them....as we speak im freaking out...got my feet barefooted under the computer desk....something with alot of eyes and legs and hairy touches me...ima scream like a lil' asian girl....(not too sure how a lil asian girl screams but u can imagine..)
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you mean you've never had a little asian girl? oh wait, different kind of scream (hopefully just playin')
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not afraid of spiders?! im terrified of them...i prefer snakes way over spiders...snakes for the most part i can notice and avoid them....i think the average person swallows 3 spiders in their sleep during the course of their life.....so lets uh remember to brush when we get up lol...just spiders are so much smaller and u dont notice them....as we speak im freaking out...got my feet barefooted under the computer desk....something with alot of eyes and legs and hairy touches me...ima scream like a lil' asian girl....(not too sure how a lil asian girl screams but u can imagine..)
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You guy's ought to love this then. The other night I was in my garage working on a friends car and this huge spider wandered in. Way bigger than a 50 cent peice. the fat part of the body was the side of my thumb to the first knuckle, almost. Biggest spider I've ever seen in person, not counting a tarantula. So my friend says, "Damn that's a big mother, should I kill it?" I don't particularly care but I'd rather it not crawl around on my head while I'm lying under his car so I say, "sure, go ahead" so he stomps on it. Wham! he picks up his foot and there is a swarm of tiny baby spiders every where. A black crawling mass about the size of a small dinner plate, they even started crawling up over his shoe. We both screamed like little girls. Him because they were crawling up his pant leg and me because that's the creepiest damn thing I've EVER SEEN. So my friend starts stomping all of them and now theres a big spider-guts stain on my garage floor.

Out of curiosity, does anyone know what the hell happened? My first thought was that the big fat spider was pregnant, but spiders don't give birth to live young do they? I thought that was only a mamal thing?
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wow that is scary, i would of been screaming too...most spiders can lay couple hundred eggs so that accounts for the mass number..and there are a seldom few spiders that make a silk sac type deal to carry those eggs till they hatch...so my guess is.......one in a billion chance of that happening again....u guys just manage to kill a female spider and her babies that were on the break of leaving for their own lol
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Female Spiders carry the egg sack with them for fear of Praying Mantis or wasp eating the egg sack. when you squished her the egg sack broke and out came the mass
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gross i think i need to puke.. ok im good.
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thats why when you come across a big spider, break out the WD40 and a lighter and go to town. im not afraid of any bugs, or really any animals that i have been in contact with. i dont like bees/wasps but im not scared of them, i bust out the ping pong paddle and smack then and hear them go flying like a honda doing its flyby.
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i was in my basement, taking pictures of a bike frame for someone who was interested in buying it, and i felt something on my leg, it was a spider almost the size of my hand, i did this goof *** dance, made some funky noises and ran
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