Super Spider

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    Brushaway
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    one star, cause you scared me 🙁

    Hepathos
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    CLOVERFIELD!

    njch412
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    KILL IT!!!!!

    …but how???

    see: arachnophobia

    Excelsior
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    I agree, looks Cloverfieldian (That is now my word)

    maxcw
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    Its just a garden spider.

    I used to run around with a huge fishing net catching butterfly’s so that I could feed the 5 or 6 we had in our backyard.

    RSIxidor
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    The store I work at feeds caterpillars to spiders. We had one that was damn near the size of my palm. Totally awesome.

    slakinator
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    Its a fuckin headcrab

    wookie_x
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    I say we dust off and nuke the site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

    Snow
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    i say a carefully placed molotov will pop the fucker and many lols will be had.

    … because it attacked us ………..it had wmds …..and oil

    coinspinner
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    the bastard look like it could punk out a camel spider.

    RichardAtHome
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    I’d move house. 🙁

    Mack
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    ARGHHH!!! POISON HEADCRAB

    Deleted_User
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    I want to see it compared to someone’s hand or something, anyone have a pic like that?

    garbledxmission
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    It’s called a Jewel Spider. We get a shitload of them every year. They’re actually pretty docile.

    Avias
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    How big is that thing anyways??? I’ll have second thoughts even if a bite from that thing would give me spidey powers.. lol 😀

    Aaaamory
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    They’re about the size of a marble, but they’re large enough to be scary. When me and my friend were chasing each other through some bushes, and we emerged, one dropped from my friend’s head on a line of silk, down the front of his face. We screamed and ran.

    “You can spot a garden spider by its brown abdomen, usually marked by a white cross. They grow as large as 1-3/4 inches and live near houses and garden areas.”
    blog.oregonlive.com/homesandgardens/2007/11/dont_kill_garden_spiders.html

    Their bites feel like bee stings, but it’s harmless, and it’s hard to get one to bite you.