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  • #16
    Originally posted by pullin4u
    Not quite as bad as the bugs in the movie "Starship Troopers".

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    • #17
      This thread is so unexpected...it's like the past coming back to haunt me because I had a spider in my room last night. Noticed it on the floor, and then run behind the bookcase. It's less than half an inch across, and a tiny bit furry. Still, eek.

      Oh and by the way, I didn't look at the picture

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      • #18
        You should...it's a hot woman.
        Will F.
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        • #19
          Remeniscent of "Eight Legged Freaks".

          I'm sorry to inform everyone that spider-email is nothing more than an urban legend. We received that in Oz (Australia) a number of weeks ago. Strangely, I wanted nothing more than to believe in its validity, even despite of my arachnophobia. * shrug *

          Regards
          Tim

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          • #20
            Crazy764 wrote:

            You should...it's a hot woman.
            No it isn't!

            TangoSierraVictor
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            • #21
              do these spiders have poison??????

              I wouldn`t be too happy to sleep in a tent there
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              • #22
                Originally posted by TangoSierraVictor
                Crazy764 wrote:

                You should...it's a hot woman.
                No it isn't!

                TangoSierraVictor
                You looked?
                Will F.
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                • #23
                  Yuck! I didn't know they were that big!

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                  • #24
                    Crazy764 wrote:

                    You looked?
                    I looked, I freaked, and I nearly called my psychologist

                    TangoSierraVictor
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                    • #25
                      that's a camera angle issue, they're not that big.

                      Although there are spiders in the world that are as big as dinner plates (and bigger).





                      ADG
                      who reckons she could outrun one of those spiders if it was chasing her down! (walking on water if need be!)
                      ADG
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by TangoSierraVictor
                        Crazy764 wrote:

                        You looked?
                        I looked, I freaked, and I nearly called my psychologist

                        TangoSierraVictor
                        lol...sorry about that.
                        Will F.
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                        • #27
                          Crazy764 wrote:

                          lol...sorry about that.
                          That's ok...I have beaten my spider-fear

                          TangoSierraVictor

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