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I always panic when I hit a web. I assume there is a fist sized spider attached to it excited at the size of its catch. In reality it’s probably running away as fast as possible.
Also, check out the guest strip I did today for Sam and Fuzzy!
I have accidentally touched spiderweb only a few times, but I haven’t freaked out because of the thought of spiders that might be in it. It feels disgusting to touch spiderweb, and I’m not even sure of why I think so. I *am* afraid of spiders, but luckily enough I haven’t accidentally touched a spiderweb while the spider has been at home, so to speak.
The action must be performed out in public, at a distance from others, so all that is seen is you walking between some trees, and suddenly flailing about in beautifully terrifying manner.
In “The Meaning of Liff”, Douglas Adams describes that freakout as an “arachnoleptic fit”
Spiders are okay in my home as long as I dont see them taking refuge in the fridge or the bathroom. -w-
They keep the other bugs out -w-
I used to trek through the woods out back of our house a fair amount. Some advice: carry a stick in front of you at all times. If you forget to do that, you will soon be reminded.
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