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OMG WTF kind is this lol....

Discussion in 'Arachnids and Other Bugs' started by Andrea12065, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Deniselynn

    Deniselynn Banned

    You found that on your curtain? I probably would have called 911. LOL I freak out when I see tiny spiders!
  2. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    very clever LOL
  3. Jamielvsaustin

    Jamielvsaustin Good Dog

    I agree-Huntsman...we had two in our house recently. One was a female...how do I know? OH, she was carrying around a huge EFFING egg sack. I heard that damn thing scurry...then my cats chased it. Blah *shakes off willies*

    Typically I'm very good about catching the spiders in my house and releasing them. But I will admit my initially reaction was to kill this one...but then I thought about my new wood floors, and 1,000 baby huntsman spiders exploding from her in all directions. So I caught her and put her outside.

    A week or so later my husband jumped out of the shower and woke me up (while he's naked and dripping) telling me take care of it or I'm killing it. That one was a little more pissed off, but didn't jump on me...s/he went outside as well and I hope on all of my good karma I never see another one in my house again.

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    The first one looked like this *eek*

    ---------- Post added at 04:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:04 PM ----------

    This is an actual picture of the second one...notice the shakiness of the cameraman. lol
  4. Schwe

    Schwe Good Dog

    I met a huntsman before once... it crawled across my desk in my bedroom when I was a teenager living at home. For a split second I nearly pissed myself from fear, then I slapped an empty cup over it and identified it, so I knew whether I had dangerous eat-your-brains-through-your-ears-when-you-sleep spiders in my room or harmless ones. I'm not a girly-girl... but when spiders are skittering and jumping around in my vicinity, it creeps me the hell out! :run:
  5. Andrea12065

    Andrea12065 Little Dog

    OOOMG and I thought the spider in my house was big! EWWWWWWWW....can u imagine the mess it would make if you were to splat it LMAO....ickk
  6. Teal

    Teal Krypto Super Dog Premium Member

    Beautiful! I would have kept it. It looks like a mature male... which would explain the wandering :)

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