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What king of spider is that? Yuck.
Oooh... cool orb spider! They make the best webs!
Okay, the next time your post include a picture of a real life Shelob, could you maybe put a little more warning in your blog title or write something like, "Hey, M.J., don't look at this post!"Because I just shrieked so loud my neighbors came over to make sure I wasn't being murdered. Or, considering it's my neighbors, maybe came over to watch or help. I didn't ask.Anyway, that is most definitely an evil spider.
Eeeek! I usually jump a mile when I see spiders, but I do have a morbid fascination with them. Maybe I just like creeping myself out...(shudders) Evil spider indeed. We don't normally see many spiders until the Autumn when they come in the house looking for somewhere warm, but at the moment we have wasps. Big, nasty, wasps of the stinging variety too...(shudders some more...)
It's a web-weaver - they don't come inside and they eat others spiders and anything else they catch. Besides, their colors are awesome.
What a frightening monster.
Yikes! I'm usually not scared of spiders, but that one is very scary looking.
The reflection in the window makes it look even bigger. Cool.
I had one of these near my deck a couple of years ago. They are freaky looking, but make the most intricate webs I've ever seen.
I have to say, if I found that thing in my house I would seriously freak. Spiders are NOT my friends.*shudder*
maybe if it bites you you'll get cool superpowers.
Looks a lot better than the ginormous roach, with long dark wings that waited for me to pull in my garage the other night. Now, that is frightening. I could have used this spiders web making skills. I was brave, really. Okay, I stood outside the garage and screamed until my 14 y/o came out and killed it.
That's a big spider! Interesting colors, though.
What a beautiful garden spider. We always keep ours and feed it, too. Sick, I know but fun to throw a bug in and watch her spin her web.Have you named her yet?
Gail is as gruesome as my kids were in their teens! I learned to be brave with spiders because husband couldn't! Still can't stand cockroaches though.
Yikes, never seen nothing like that around here. People here would run....
We had a spider that looked sort of like that one - not exactly - in our garden last year. We looked it up, and it was supposed to be good for the garden even though it looked evil. It made me nervous when it disappeared. Better to know where it is.BTW, I gave you an award.
That's one crazy arachnid.
Ewww. That is evil! This must be the week for spiders, because a few days ago, I posted about a spider in my hair. Major yuck!
HOLY FRIGGING CRAP I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT WAS OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE.I practically took my shoe off and whacked my computer screen when I saw it. You need to move, Rusty. Now. Don't wait until the town is webbed over and spiders are laying eggs in your brain.Oh, man, I think I'm going to barf.
Creepy and awesome...unless it was near MY house. Then it's just creepy!
I recommend you plant a couple of eucalyptus trees in your back garden near that spooky window. The scent of the medicine leaves assembling outside the house over the fall might keep the them away.
You could make a pot of soup with this ginormous spider.And I gave a link to your Fermi Paradox blog from last year on my post today.
Ick. They're beautiful as long as they remain outside. But once they enter my house - it's the can of Aqua Net hairspray for them. (Unless the guy next door is around - he'll transport things like that to the woods for me, bless him.)
What the hell! How would you pop that one in a cup and shoo it outside! :)
That's a damn sexy spider right there!
This is disturbing. Cool, but disturbing.Lee An A to Z Co-Host Tossing It Out
I'm screaming from way over here. I called my husband at work once to come home and kill a really icky spider.
I'm a total tomboy until I see something like that, then I squeal like a little girl!
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