Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Revenge of the Spiders.

So I just had a big spider climb down the wall next to me. Before you say yeah right, big spider to a girl is the size of an eraser. It was seriously the size of a silver dollar. Image below is actual size of the spider...



So I got up to a smush it with a CD case and realized the spider was to big to be killed with a little CD case, so I got a giant hardback textbook. Of course, I immediately feel guilty for killing him, and start getting the willies about the thought of hisfriends and relatives coming after me while I sleep.

I found this ...." With notable exceptions, spiders are solitary creatures, which hunt and weave their webs alone." on many websites.

But I mean really what do they know? Did the spiders tell them they are solitary creatures? I
say what about Charlotte? She had lots of friends, a pig, a rat, even a goose. Of course, I don't think that a pig is going to come in and attack me while I sleep, but you never know. Then, there is also Charlotte's babies, Nellie, Joy, and Aranea. They were too little to find a new home, so they all stayed together at the Zuckerman's farm. If it happened there, it could most certainly happen in my house right?

9 comments:

Suzi said...

Awww, spiders are cool! We had one living and spinning in our dining room for about three months once, until I accidentally vacuumed it up. Oops. No other spiders came out to take revenge, you'll be pleased to know.

Charlotte said...

I can't stand big spiders! We have these huge, fat ones that scurry around on the floor sometimes.. eeeww! But the very worst spider experience ever was when I saw a gigantic!! black one crawling towards me so decided to hit it with a shoe.. I did kill it, but only to find out that it had about a million babies on it's back and they started spreading out EVERYWHERE!! Absolute horror! It gives me the creeps to think about it even now...

Heidi said...

Yikes! That is one BIG spider! I would have killed him too. LOL at the "Charlotte's Web" references. :)

Shannon said...

So much for selling back THAT textbook!

*Makes a mental note to check for spider carcasses on future textbooks*

Gerard said...

"Of course, I immediately feel guilty for killing him" It happens to me as well *blushes* lol And it is soooo funny when you say "and start getting the willies about the thought of hisfriends and relatives coming after me while I sleep." hahahahahah : D Yeah, that was such a big spider. Yesterday indeed I saw a spider on the white ceiling of my room. I blew it, and it started "climbing down" hanging by a silk threat. When the threat was quite long, I took it, and I wanted to leave the spider (not as big as yours) outside on the balcony... except that the blind was rolled down. Oh my... Plus the spider had started climbing the threat up, so it was about to reach my fingers *screams* lol So... I killed it *blushes* and then I felt guilty... But well...

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