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  • MrNutt
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    its a young woodlouse eating spider, I trust you killed the bastard?

    the bite WILL get suprisingly large, continue to itch and potentially become infected.

    I had a problem with them for 3 years due to the proliferation of woodchip below my 1st floor apartment.

    They are the asbo hoodie scum of the uk arachnid population.

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    this means I’m not going to get superpowers, doesn’t it? 🙁

    so why was it shagging a wasp in my shoe ? I’m not accepting coincidence

    (feels like a wasp sting ad no obv sign of a bite btw)

    MrNutt
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    because they are both hateful scum and, actually I have no idea why anything would be hiding in your shoe

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Cut the grass today for the 1st time this year

    As I put on one of my shoes that have been outside on a rack all winter (I did shake them but very well obviously) I got a sharp pain in my big toe. After a proper shaking I found a wasp and a spider in there – both alive. I’m assuming it was the wasp that stung me as the spider’s tiny, but feel free to tell me hoe long I have to live 😥

    Anyhow, what’s this then ?
    can’t find it on a chart – is it a baby ? (not robin, I don’t think)

    Next question, WTF were they both doing in there – some interbreeding to create a superspecies to take over the earth ?


    radioactive sexy shoe party spider by scaredypants, on Flickr

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Fear not MrNutt – both are now very poorly

    CountZero
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    Next question, WTF were they both doing in there – some interbreeding to create a superspecies to take over the earth ?

    Something that flies and can bite and sting with extreme predjudice; not a nice combination!

    unovolo
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    Both there waiting to rape a Ladybird,you just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time,collateral damage.

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