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    Spider in my bed!

    Right now I’m camping in my cabin by the lake. Just me and my dog sharing a bed. I pull back the sheets and there’s a huge creepy black spider crawling across my sheet! I flick it across the room and it slams into the wall. I pick up it’s critically injured body and throw the little hellspawn in the fireplace.

    That was a close call.

    I threw that blanket back in the storage box. Now I’m creeped out and can’t sleep!

    #2
    Spider wanted to suck 6's sacred semen seed sacs.

    You definitely dodged a bullet bro.

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      #3
      : ( !
      aw no
      i would have scooped it up and put it outside nicely

      but even if you must kill it... not using the blanket.. not being able to sleep?! lol
      what a real manly man you are!
      have you been accidentally drinking soy milk?
      ; )

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      #4
      Haha
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        #5
        Matt will not approve.

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          #6
          Originally posted by Jessica View Post
          : ( !
          aw no
          i would have scooped it up and put it outside nicely

          but even if you must kill it... not using the blanket.. not being able to sleep?! lol
          what a real manly man you are!
          have you been accidentally drinking soy milk?
          ; )
          Soy has a way of sneaking itself into processed foods so it’s possible.

          I see the errors of my ways in how I dealt with the spider. However the impact of flicking it off my bed sheets broke much of its exoskeleton. Slamming into the wall as well. Highly unlikely it would’ve survived if I set it outside.

          But yes, keep this thread away from the Duce

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            #7
            When I read about stuff like this, I picture that one day some very advanced aliens will invade earth. They are larger, smarter and more advanced to the point that they see you as you see a spider.

            You will accidentally stumble into their home one day, and they will see you and flick you so hard into the wall that most of you bones are broken.

            Then, they'll toss you into a fireplace.

            You're just a human, after all.

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              #8
              i get it, i normally try to coexist with the spiders but if i found one in my bed i might react badly in the spur of the moment too.

              still not as bad as the flying ant that woke me up by biting my dick though. that was a ptsd moment for sure.

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                #9
                Originally posted by Undies View Post
                i get it, i normally try to coexist with the spiders but if i found one in my bed i might react badly in the spur of the moment too.

                still not as bad as the flying ant that woke me up by biting my dick though. that was a ptsd moment for sure.
                That's nightmare fuel right there. Anyone biting my private parts without permission is getting slapped, species aside.

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                  #10
                  i understand reacting to the spider
                  i don't understand not using the blanket afterwards
                  there's more likely to be a spider in a new blanket that hasn't been shaken

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                    #11
                    Originally posted by Jessica View Post
                    i understand reacting to the spider
                    i don't understand not using the blanket afterwards
                    there's more likely to be a spider in a new blanket that hasn't been shaken
                    once a spider gets in your blanket, it lays its eggs in there. you can shake it all you want, those eggs are stuck until they hatch and a thousand tiny spiders are set loose on your sleeping body.



                    i'm just doing my part to increase blanket sales.

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                      #12
                      This thread topic made me do a double take thinking the author was ill Duce.
                      He has em as pets

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                        #13
                        Originally posted by Undies View Post

                        once a spider gets in your blanket, it lays its eggs in there. you can shake it all you want, those eggs are stuck until they hatch and a thousand tiny spiders are set loose on your sleeping body.



                        i'm just doing my part to increase blanket sales.
                        well maybe you and 6 should just have a sleepover and paint each others' nails ; )

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                        • 6-eyed
                          6-eyed commented
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                          Haha

                        #14
                        It's still very funny.

                        Make sure that your parents put a spare vacuum cleaner in and you can suck him up that way the next time you or your folks are down there.

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                          #15
                          Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
                          Right now I’m camping in my cabin by the lake. Just me and my dog sharing a bed. I pull back the sheets and there’s a huge creepy black spider crawling across my sheet! I flick it across the room and it slams into the wall. I pick up it’s critically injured body and throw the little hellspawn in the fireplace.

                          That was a close call.

                          I threw that blanket back in the storage box. Now I’m creeped out and can’t sleep!
                          You must be an arachnophobe dude.

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