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I’ve accidentally downed a few spiders in my day. I’ve learned to check all cups and bowls and shake out shoes around here. One time I found a spider in a cereal bowl and she had laid her eggs in the bowl — I moved the bowl over to a plant and set it on it’s side until the little spiders hatched. We are a spider friendly household.
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Eggs in the bowl? Maybe she thought she was a chicken!
We have a lot of black dishes, she thought it was a nice dark, safe place to lay her eggs.
well, it was, since you saved them! 😀
Also, besides black widows, we don’t have any super deadly spiders like Australia. I look for spiders so I don’t hurt them, Gary has to look out for them so they don’t kill him.
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Gary lives in spider heaven!
Spider heaven it maybe but it’s also a great place for snakes and sharks too 😃
At least, Imgur, the spider in the toilet paper roll will never be this one. (even if this may be fake)
Yep, they do get quite large. Can you imagine waking up and seeing one on the wall or ceiling?
It’s worse when you dream about them and then wake up to see one.
I don’t dream about spiders! No sir!
I hope you never do, I’d prefer to dream about frolicking with dolphins or orca.
I only dreamed about a spider once, and it bit me! And then I got a hug from a very special guy! 😍 so it was for the best!
Awww that’s lovely. Dreams with special people are always good.
Yes those are the best!
If I eat paprika in my dinner I often have nightmares but if I go to bed in a really happy mood, the dreams can be quite good in a really good way 😉
Australia some very deadly snakes, as well. We have rattlesnakes out here, but the LD50 of our rattlesnakes is not up there with Aussie snakes with the exception of the Mojave Rattlesnake, which we generally don’t see in our part of the country. Compared to snakes in your area like the Coastal Taipan, which has an LD50 IV of 0.013 mg/kg, that is 6 times more potent than the Prairie Rattlesnake (LD50 IV 0.0825 mg/kg) which is common to our area, and 70 times more potent than a Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, that has an LD50 of 0.92 mg/kg, but Western Diamondbacks can deliver a lot of venom.
The little death adder (formerly deaf adder) is also quite deadly, not so much the toxin but because it is often difficult to see in the scrub and unsuspecting walkers get bitten.
I can imagine.
It’s true. We have red back spiders that hide under toilet seats. They can kill a child and really hurt an adult. Funnel web spiders are more deadly and can kill an adult. I don’t like spiders, even the harmless ones but that’s mainly because they can be as big as someone’s head.
Do you check under your toilet seat all the time? 😳😵😰
When I use an unfamiliar toilet, especially when I’m out walking I do. It’s always worth looking. Sometimes you may find a snake too.
While black widows can be quite deadly, they are very shy so they cause very few deaths. Back in the days before indoor plumbing, most of the bites where on male genitals, because the black widows liked to hang out under the hole in outhouses.
The first real job I had was working for an artisan woodworker in an old adobe shack with no indoor plumbing. There was an outhouse out back with a black widow under the hole, so Tom just wrote a note on the wall behind the seat that read BLACK WIDOW, and drew a skull and crossbones below the words, and an arrow pointing down at the hole.
We never considered killing the black widow, we just peed on it, which it seemed to like (kinky lady), but we never sat on the hole — too dangerous and there wasn’t a door on the outhouse, plus it faced the main road. We walked across the street to the gas station if matters became more pressing than just taking a leak.
Sounds like you need to experience a long drop dunny when out camping. Balancing on the log is ‘fun’.
I thought the Earl and Lady G seemed very friendly to one another. It’s always nice to meet a friendly naked girl on a horse. What spider? Was there a spider? 😀
I won’t go so far as to call lady g the town bike! That would be mean! However, the magic 8 ball says “all signs point to YES!” 😳
Well it does appear public service is a noble endeavor with her well endowed intent. 😀
The lady does NOT protest … At all! 😁
LOL! A team player! Wonderful. 😀
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