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  • #1048240
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    Personally I can’t stand the things, they give me the creeps and put the willies up me big time.

    Anyone here a lover of them……ewwwww!

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    #1209349
    AvatarAngel
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    I like spiders :love:

    they kill flies and other creeps I don’t like :ar15:

    #1209398
    Avatardeliriyummy
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    they are alright as long as they dont lay eggs in my ears or land on my face!

    #1209412
    AvatarTheLostOnes
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    They remind me off aliens with there removable heads. They are ok as long as I know they are there. But if a huge one come from the plug, man it scares me. (I used to eat them when I was younger)

    #1209347
    AvatarTechno Viking
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    How’s this for a spider?

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    #1209368
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    cant stand the fuckers but i respect what they do

    fuckin hell @ that vid doc id do more then break its legs it would be flying out the window quicker than a hot potato

    #1209414
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    @TheLostOnes 358201 wrote:

    (I used to eat them when I was younger)

    :yakk:……were they tasty?…………..I apparently used to kiss worms when I was little………..that hasn’t changed much :laugh_at:

    @Dr Bunsen 358203 wrote:

    How’s this for a spider?

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    Did you have to post that? surprised-033.gif

    #1209400
    AvatarTheLostOne
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    Yeah, one of my other favourites was the flies that where trapped in the spider web on my we slide in the back garden.

    #1209350
    AvatarTank Girl
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    dont mind em, would rather pick them up and chuck out the door than kill em, if really big ones use a glass and not my hands

    when I moved into my house it’d been empty for 17 yrs, cold and windows with fucked frames and there were SO many – I had to just get on with it until they found somewhere else to live

    my bro had a turantula called bathsheba – she was cute but I felt no need to pick her up :laugh_at:

    #1209415
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    @TheLostOne 358210 wrote:

    Yeah, one of my other favourites was the flies that where trapped in the spider web on my we slide in the back garden.

    You ate flies as well? :yakk:

    #1209352
    AvatarTank Girl
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    @TheLostOne 358210 wrote:

    Yeah, one of my other favourites was the flies that where trapped in the spider web on my we slide in the back garden.

    did you do it for bets or pleasure?

    I knew a guys who’d eat anything for a bet once, absolute nutter!!! :you_crazy

    #1209417
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    @Tank Girl 358219 wrote:

    did you do it for bets or pleasure?

    I knew a guys who’d eat anything for a bet once, absolute nutter!!! :you_crazy

    …and I’ll second that
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    #1209365
    Avatarp0ly
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    my friend ate a moth once for a tenner, the person who dared him to do it for a tenner didn’t see so he had to eat another one!

    #1209366
    Avatarp0ly
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    my friends have a pet tarantula, the other day it shred it’s skin. looks so cool

    #1209405
    Avatar1984
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    Spiders are evil. END

    #1209419
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    This camel spider seriously creeps me out.

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    #1209407
    Avatar1984
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    @Horny Angel 358280 wrote:

    This camel spider seriously creeps me out.

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    its fake I am afraid

    ps http://www.hoax-slayer.com/camel-spider-image.html

    pps oh well I guess do exist but they are not as bad as made out or as large.

    #1209421
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    @1984 358283 wrote:

    its fake I am afraid

    pps oh well I guess do exist but they are not as bad as made out or as large.

    At first I thought ‘phew’ then I googled camel spiders…..and have you seen what their bite can do? surprised-004.gif

    :yakk::yakk:

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    #1209393
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    them pics look a bit photoshopped.. i hope!

    #1209408
    Avatar1984
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    @joshd96320 358294 wrote:

    them pics look a bit photoshopped.. i hope!

    they are certainly not from a camel spider lol they look like tropical flesh eating type things. From Wilki:

    Solifugae are the subject of many urban legends and exaggerations about their size, speed, behavior, appetite, and lethality. They are not especially large, the biggest having a leg span of perhaps 12 centimeters (5 in).[2] They are fast on land compared to other invertebrates, the fastest can run perhaps 16 km/h (10 mph), nearly half as fast as the fastest human sprinter. Members of this order of Arachnida apparently have no venom, with the possible exception of one species in India (see below) and do not spin webs.
    In the Middle East, it is widely rumored among American and coalition military forces stationed there that Solifugae will feed on living human flesh. The story goes that the creature will inject some anaesthetizing venom into the exposed skin of its sleeping victim, then feed voraciously, leaving the victim to awaken with a gaping wound. Solifugae, however, do not produce such an anaesthetic, and they do not attack prey larger than themselves unless threatened. Other stories include tales of them leaping into the air, disemboweling camels, screaming, and running alongside moving humvees; all of these tales are dubious at best. Due to their bizarre appearance many people are startled or even afraid of them. This fear was sufficient to drive a family from their home when one was discovered in a soldier’s house in Colchester, England.[4] The greatest threat they pose to humans, however, is their bite in self-defense when one tries to handle them. There is essentially no chance of death directly caused by the bite, but, due to the strong muscles of their chelicerae, they can produce a proportionately large, ragged wound that is prone to infection.

    #1209423
    AvatarHorny Angel
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    I’m too gullible :hopeless:

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    The Camel spiders are called camel spiders because they are normally found in the desert where you are likely to find camels – they have nothing to do with camels.
    The camel spider belongs to the class Arachnida just as true spiders and scorpions. But whilst a camel spider belongs to class arachnida it is not a spider and it’s not a scorpion. A camel spider belongs to the order Solifugae within arachnida class whilst the true spider belongs to the order Araneae and the scorpion to the order Scorpiones but all within the arachnida class. This means a camel spider, true spider, and scorpion are related by different.

    Camel Spider will Chase You at High Speeds

    If you get closer to a camel spider during a sunny day, the camel spider will chase you at a high speed of up to 5 meters per second. They do this as they try to flee from the sun thus chasing your shadow. A camel does not have venom nor do they have silk glands. They do kill their prey with their powerful jaws which are also used for chewing the prey.
    And yes, a camel spider will bite you and if the wound is not treated it can get infection. The camel spider will usually rub its jaws (stridulatory organ) together producing a hissing sound which make them very scaring to some people when they produce that hissing sound. True, the hissing sound is really a defensive function for the camel spider.

    #1209396
    AvatarClusterfrog
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    aw but they’re all cute
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    #1209358
    Avatarbenbear
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    Dont trust them but respect all animals so there cool

    #1209360
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    Spiders ain’t all bad.

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    #1209410
    Avatar1984
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    @benbear 358312 wrote:

    Dont trust them but respect all animals so there cool

    yeah never lend a spider money that’s all i can say.

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