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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Thu Mar 31, 2011 3:52 pm

Haven't seen the movie...
They only teach you to mind your step and not disturb their nets Laughing
As I grow palm trees, in pots of course, Polish winters are too chilly for them, I have a lot of spiders in my room. They love palms, I don't know why. Some of the pots stand by my bed, and despite this, I don't have bite marks on me. Even though I literally sleep with spiders Laughing Mostly Araneide, so even if, they are not poisonous. We call them teutonic spiders in Poland, because they have crosses on their bacs, like Knights Teutonic. They are Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Thu Mar 31, 2011 7:12 pm

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I like giant spiders Smile

In your bed? Shocked

I don't mind spiders. At least not the ones we have hereabouts. Every spider in the house reduces the number of insects, so I don't do anything about them. Scorpions, I don't know, naver encountered one, except in a zoo.

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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Thu Mar 31, 2011 11:22 pm

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Haven't seen the movie...
They only teach you to mind your step and not disturb their nets Laughing
As I grow palm trees, in pots of course, Polish winters are too chilly for them, I have a lot of spiders in my room. They love palms, I don't know why. Some of the pots stand by my bed, and despite this, I don't have bite marks on me. Even though I literally sleep with spiders Laughing Mostly Araneide, so even if, they are not poisonous. We call them teutonic spiders in Poland, because they have crosses on their bacs, like Knights Teutonic. They are Cool

You plant trees in your room that attracts spiders to them? And you sleep next to them? Dude you're nuts, ALL of you are nuts, seriously! "Just knowing that at anytime, a big fat centipede can drop into your mouth.... I can't do it, I just can't do it." "You know in some countries they actually eat bugs." "Yeah, but those countries need Jesus!"

LOL, SCORE! I get a point for that! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:57 am

I'm with Claudia -- I'd rather have a few more spiders, and a lot fewer mosquitos, houseflys, etc. I'd prefer that none of them are in my house, though.

I'm not fond of spiders, but I'm not phobic either. I put them outside in a bush if it's convenient... or squoosh them if it's not. Sorry Feral.
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 4:26 am

Feral wrote:
Haven't seen the movie...
They only teach you to mind your step and not disturb their nets Laughing
As I grow palm trees, in pots of course, Polish winters are too chilly for them, I have a lot of spiders in my room. They love palms, I don't know why. Some of the pots stand by my bed, and despite this, I don't have bite marks on me. Even though I literally sleep with spiders Laughing Mostly Araneide, so even if, they are not poisonous. We call them teutonic spiders in Poland, because they have crosses on their bacs, like Knights Teutonic. They are Cool
Knights Teutonics? I've never heard of a spider being a powerhungry fanatic...
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You plant trees in your room that attracts spiders to them? And you sleep next to them? Dude you're nuts, ALL of you are nuts, seriously! "Just knowing that at anytime, a big fat centipede can drop into your mouth.... I can't do it, I just can't do it." "You know in some countries they actually eat bugs." "Yeah, but those countries need Jesus!"

LOL, SCORE! I get a point for that! cheers

You lost, Boss. The spiders actually are the reason you swallow less bugs...

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P.S. on any other forum they probably had this topic locked a long time ago for going completely off topic.

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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:18 am

Yeah but you're Malky, so you'll let us talk about spiders Very Happy

Mexico has Jesus, and they still eat ants, ant eggs, and other jumpy little bugs Wink

(Oh, and France's the first Catholic country, and we eat SNAILS ! Very Happy)
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:35 am

Eating snails in France is nothing to do with having, or not having Jesus. You only do it to keep them out of your wineyards... lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 7:20 am

I once woke up with a spider on my face, she then located herself in the corner of the room above the bed and stayed there for a long time. Was very odd because it was a female.

The spiders you usually see running around are the males - They're tiny. The females are much bigger and generally stay within the walls. Still don't know what made her get out. She was nine inches long - my mother heard her walking on the wall before she saw her and THEN she flipped out like a ninja Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:44 pm

Feral wrote:
To kill a spider... Baaad... They are part of Nature, they have their place. If not for them, we would get eaten by flies, mosqitos, wasps, etc. Or at least bitten much more often. And, last but not least, they are beautifull. Have you ever watched patterns on them? Each is different, like snowflakes. It's human nature to want to destroy what you don't understand, but, well, little effort on yout part could show you whole new worlds to explore without fear.
But learn first, some are poisonous. Laughing Few in Europe, but in the States, I don't know.

Also, it's a well known fact that it will rain the next day if you kill a spider. I'm sure of it. They told me so in kindergarten.

They are all poisonous though. The little shits.

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The females are much bigger and generally stay within the walls.
So they're hiding all around me? I was much, much happier before reading this. You're an evil person, 8people.


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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 1:20 pm

lol!

You'll rarely, if ever, encounter them. Most spiders have evolved to require shelter - which is why 'putting them back outside' is as good as killing them more often than not. If you find a little male scurrying around easiest way to keep him out of sight is brush him towards a vent or a crack somewhere so he can slink away to look for food or a mate where you can't see him.
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:54 pm

8people wrote:
lol!

You'll rarely, if ever, encounter them. Most spiders have evolved to require shelter - which is why 'putting them back outside' is as good as killing them more often than not. If you find a little male scurrying around easiest way to keep him out of sight is brush him towards a vent or a crack somewhere so he can slink away to look for food or a mate where you can't see him.

We have a lot of outdoors living spiders here in Poland. And, of course, I wouldn't reccomend putting one out in the winter.
I have 400 square meters of a garden to work, with a lot of trees and bushes in it. Belive me, spiders do live in natural conditions. They did millions of years before humans. Sometimes I can't go through the garden not to destroy some teutonic ( Laughing ) nets. They hide under the bark of trees in the winter though, or in other quiet places.
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Fri Apr 01, 2011 4:07 pm

8people wrote:
She was nine inches long - my mother heard her walking on the wall before she saw her and THEN she flipped out like a ninja Laughing

This comment did it for me, I just felt my stomach role in circles... I can't think straight and my skin is shriveling off my skin, like Compress for Thanatosis! pale

8people wrote:
The females are much bigger and generally stay within the walls.
So they're hiding all around me? I was much, much happier before reading this. You're an evil person, 8people.[/quote]

Seriously, I hate this thread. I'm going to quietly slip out the back door on this one. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:33 pm

I wish my dolls would come alive and play with me.
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Sun Apr 03, 2011 1:46 am

redeyesandlonghair wrote:
I wish my dolls would come alive and play with me.

Okay, you have successfully raised the creepiness factor of the doll avatar to a new level. Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:26 am

PGM1961 wrote:
redeyesandlonghair wrote:
I wish my dolls would come alive and play with me.

Okay, you have successfully raised the creepiness factor of the doll avatar to a new level. Shocked


And hijacked my spider's thread! Wait, what was it originally about Question
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PostSubject: Re: Unbreaking Obfuscate   Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:57 am

Feral wrote:
PGM1961 wrote:
redeyesandlonghair wrote:
I wish my dolls would come alive and play with me.

Okay, you have successfully raised the creepiness factor of the doll avatar to a new level. Shocked


And hijacked my spider's thread! Wait, what was it originally about Question
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