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By eyes wide SHIT - / Saturday 28 December 2013 01:37 / Australia
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Especially the ones that like to hang upside down and are disguised as humans... Oh wait, that's SpiderMan. Edit: god damn it why did you change it? :(

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For the most part, you're right #1; not sure why you're getting thumbed down. However, I'm always fascinated with the FML community and how terrified they are of spiders! Cockroaches on the other hand, I have that phobia!

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Spiders are so small that you can easily provoke them accidentally if they are in your sheets, you tread on them etc...

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It's rude to squish. They're usually eating something else you don't want to see. Never been bit, never squish either.

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#86: If you find a spider that can survive being tread on, it's probably time to leave. Them ending up underneath bedsheets, AND having little enough room to be forced up against a person, AND surviving the experience long enough to be "provoked", is uncommon enough that I think it's disqualified from being considered "easy".

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I feel like you were forcing those two words together when they don't want to be next to each other, sorta like my ex and I stuck on a roller coaster.

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Well, my plan of action would be to light the house on fire and gtfo of that arachnid ridden country... but that's just me.

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You know that spider is on the other side of the bed thinking: "Remember when you hit me with that book? I remember too"

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Would you be so kind as to enlighten those of us not from Australia? They sound terrifying... or incredibly cuddly.

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they say that about bees too. I believed them. until a bee attacked my ankle when I was 7. demonic little creature.

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Its kinda late for that, don't you think? I'm pretty sure hitting it with a book qualifies as bothering it.

By  sb601

I'd be freaking out too. Just try to forget about it, or move to another room to sleep. Lol that's what I'd do. I can't stand spiders at all.

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That's how I know I can trust OP when she says, "huge" spider (as an American who really knows nothing about Australia).

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I myself hate spiders, but when I've been to Australia, interestingly enough, it was never a concern. I was kinda scared before going, but I had completely forgotten about it by the time I got there. I think that as long as you live in town, this whole "Australia is full of evil creatures" thing doesn't really apply. I live in Switzerland and I see more spiders here on a weekly basis than I have in my entire stay in Australia. Then again, if you decide to spend your stay in the forest,

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Yeah, OP. Why didn't you spend a bunch of money you probably don't have, said bye to all your loved ones and got the hell away from Australia? We need answers.

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Most spiders here are harmless anyway, and none of them are worth picking up and leaving the country, 12.

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