Can we talk about the SPIDERS!?

5 thoughts on “Can we talk about the SPIDERS!?”

  1. I googled it, even though you told me not to. I’m not ever stepping foot in England. You can forget it! lol

    Jen Watkiss Reply:

    I told you so! And I’m sorry. Do you need a hug? I did.

  2. I am *so* glad that you did not write this posting before I went to England. Because I probably would have canceled my trip. And I didn’t even Google it because for the love of all that is good in the world, why would anyone Google anything that would show them something like that?? (I was pretty terrified just reading your post in case I should scroll down and see a photo!).

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Spiders are soulless killing machines, they are organized, and they are out to get us.
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  3. Jen, I’m going to take your word for it and not Google it. The last time I did that was with silver fish. I regretted it all night.

    Is it bad that your post made me feel slightly better about my own War on Spiders? I moved awhile ago and get wolf spiders here in this new place. They don’t sound as big as their European cousins… but they’re so hairy. GOD.

  4. We were talking about these buggers at a board meeting I attended this week… the ones running across the floor are usually the males apparently (or so I was told) and the females mostly hang out in dark corners, behind furniture, etc. Which is all very interesting and everything, but not very reassuring. I hate them too.

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