(Closed) Omg, I just killed a huge spider

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Post # 61
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Bee Keeper

OP, I guess the only course of action to take in the future is to box up the spiders and send them to cpick and Rappig to properly dispose of! Problem solved.  

Post # 62
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

ILikeYourGenes:  Oh my god, I would have just gone to a hotel for a week until every inch of the house was searched and cleared….or moved….I’m going to have nightmares about your story.

Post # 63
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Bumble bee

PakiBee03:  Giiiirrrrrl, I feel your pain. I’m still having a panic attack from this morning! I STILL haven’t gone back into my bedroom. I don’t think the people that aren’t afraid understand our fear lol. I WISH I had the luxury of not being afraid of spiders and other bugs. 

Post # 64
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018

Bridey77:  You make spiders looks extra cute. I want a tarantula now! lol! I am actually afraid of snakes. I would probably freeze and scream like crazy if I saw one get near me. 

Post # 65
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018

PakiBee03:  Hmm I wonder if spiders know who is afraid of them and get close in purpose. I saw small one on the table the other day while I was working, and I played punches with her, well not real ones, just moved her out of my way several times with a peace of paper. I just made it clear she is not welcome in my working space and to go. She ended up leaving after a few tries. I swear I thought the spider would find a way to sneak in my working space and jump on me. She is somewhere in the house.

One recommendation though, clean the spider webs; otherwise, they will never leave and continue to reproduce. We do this with wasps that nest around the house. We don’t like to kills them, but if the nest is destroyed, they will have to move.

Post # 66
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

candy11:  My dad always says that spiders love me and seek me out. I’m starting to believe him!

Post # 67
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018

PakiBee03:  You’re right maybe they know who loves them and attack those who don’t. Idk, lol! I love all animals, but I want those that scare me a little far. Of course, that’s my own issue.

Post # 69
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Bee Keeper

Fall_In_Love22:  Well, you did post this on a public forum. You should have added a disclaimer if you only wanted certain people responding to your post.

Weddingbee 101: You will not always get the responses you are looking for.

Post # 73
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

My Darling Husband and I are both in the camp of “don’t kill the spider, take it outside”. That said, we’re not afraid of them – that’s the big difference. If I see a house centipede however… screaming bloody murder and killing it is the ONLY thing that’s in my head. I don’t care if they eat other insects and won’t attack me; I just need to put a stop to this monstrosity being in my home! So OP, I totally get your panic when you saw that spider – I think most of us have a fear or two that make us act a little out of proportion.

Post # 74
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Helper bee

I killed a black widow last week that made it’s home in my NIGHTSTAND! By my HEAD! Awful thing was, I felt it crawling on me the night before while I was asleep. I brushed off my arm and brushed off my sheets and fell back asleep. Yeeesh!

 

 

Post # 75
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Bumble bee

itsmle:  You are about to make me cry REAL tears lol. This is what I’m worried about!!!! My Fiance and I are about to go shake down everything in our room. I hope that SHE finds the spider and not me lol.

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