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Warning: Freaky Spider Thread

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Peace Warrior, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. 1, big deal, so a spider's in my ear.

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  1. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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  2. Drain You

    Drain You NRA member

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    Are you kin the the Ultimate Warrior?
     

  3. ked

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    my brother had a bug crawl into his ears as a kid. he went to sleep with a flashlight shining into his ear. woke up and the bug was gone.

    ked:wavey:
     
  4. MrKandiyohi

    MrKandiyohi Millennium Member

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    Is that a #6 with fried rice?
     
  5. tsmo1066

    tsmo1066 Happy Smiley

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    If that were my ear, I would give serious consideration to shooting myself in the side of the head if I thought it would make the thing leave!

    :faint:
     
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  6. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    No, I'm the guy that admits to getting the "eebee geebees" when my face runs into a spider web while walking through the woods.

    I think this goes a little beyond that type of weird feeling.
     
  7. SevenSixtyTwo

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    Not a problem. Spiders don't phase me. North American Cockroaches give me the eebeee geebees. Spiders kill roaches. I like spiders.
     
  8. Annoyedgrunt

    Annoyedgrunt Dry Heat my ASS

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    The Arizona Brown Spider is Arizona's version of the Brown Recluse. They are all over the place here, especially in the summer. Both have necrotising venom; i.e. when they bite, your flesh will die, rot and fall off if the wound isn't treated right, with a nitroglycerine patch.

    They phase me, and I kill them when I see them in the house.
     
  9. SevenSixtyTwo

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    I kill every widow I see at home. What I mean is, spiders don't make my skin crawl. Roaches do. If I'm in a confined space with widows all around, they'll scurry to their crevice and stay put unless they have egg sacs to protect. Big ol' 2.5" roaches will crawl up your leg inside your britches. That gives me the heebee jeebees. Definitely have to be careful around widows or the recluse. Most spiders we see are relatively harmless and beneficial. Check your boots before slipping them on every time. Use gloves in the storage shed. If you don't know what it is, squash it.
     
  10. Booker

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    Is that a new type of trap-door spider?

    I'd kill it with fire!
     
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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    What number would "puke, then pass out" be? Around 73 or so?
     
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    I had a spider try to crawl in my nose while I was asleep. As I was trying to wipe it away while I half asleep, it bit me. My upper lip swelled and almost sealed the nostril for like a week! No permanent damage, I'm still odd looking.
     
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    Hour13 Tah-dah!

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    Spiders don't generally creep me out, roaches, ticks, and maggots take top prizes for that. But in my ear???

    Set head on fire, stab affected area repeatedly with large ice-pick till spider-in-ear is no longer a primary concern.

    :shocked:
     
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    Davegrave Dapper Dan

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    Just lol'd obnoxiously loud at that. I feel the same way.
     
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    What if it laid eggs in her ear!!!! :wow:
     
  16. Peace Warrior

    Peace Warrior Am Yisrael Chai CLM

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    Yeah, 73 sounds about right, right before number 74, defined below: