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HELP!! I've just found a HUGE spider in my bed and now I've lost it... watch

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    OMG!! :eek: I've just been up to my bed, climbed in and found a MASSIVE spider in there!!! I jumped out, and then it ran out and underneath the bed.... i've tipped my room upside down trying to look for it (quietly, so as not to wake my sleeping family) to kill it but I can't find it! :confused:

    I'll never be able to sleep knowing its there (i've always been scared of spiders... pathetic, I know) and there's nowhere else for me to sleep!!

    So I came to see if there'd be anyone on TSR to help me solve the problem! HELLLLLLLPP!!!
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    (Original post by Rosalily)
    OMG!! :eek: I've just been up to my bed, climbed in and found a MASSIVE spider in there!!! I jumped out, and then it ran out and underneath the bed.... i've tipped my room upside down trying to look for it (quietly, so as not to wake my sleeping family) to kill it but I can't find it! :confused:

    I'll never be able to sleep knowing its there (i've always been scared of spiders... pathetic, I know) and there's nowhere else for me to sleep!!

    So I came to see if there'd be anyone on TSR to help me solve the problem! HELLLLLLLPP!!!
    You never know, it might be harmless. It's probably just just watching you from a vantage point somewhere - spiders also have very good ears y'know.

    Hope that helps :P.
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    Well, of course, I cannot but sympathise: the prospect of its ascending an expedient nostril and infesting one's brain doesn't even bear contemplation.

    One would naturally desire to avert (or, at the very least, allay) such a prospect.

    EDIT: on second thoughts, Fox is probably right; I'm sure there's no cause for concern.
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    I once was tuck in bed reading rest the book on my bent knees. I moved the book way and there was a huge spider. I was so shock to see it just sitting on my knees (luckly covered by the duvet) I screamed the house down....turned out to be a fake planted by my cousin!
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    Thanks profesh!!!
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    (Original post by Rosalily)
    Thanks profesh!!!
    Don't mention it. A little (sur)realism can go a long way. :rolleyes:
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    OOOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGG :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I am now downstairs in the computer room.... and ANOTHER HUGE SPIDER just crawled infront of my feet!!!! I threw everything near me (coasters, calculators hehe) at it but missed and it ran away! De ja vu!

    These things are haunting me ahhhhhhhhh!! :confused: :eek:
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    Well, let's not jump to conclusions. Did you entertain the possibility that you might simply have a dustmite on the surface of your eye? The inside of one's eyelid is, after all, an ideal safe haven for such microscopic parasites; and who knows? It may well be that there were never any spiders in the first place.
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    I found a spider once on the top of my head. I was lying in bed and woke up in the morning and felt this "mass" on the top of my head.. let's just say I shouted a lot!

    Regards,
    Chris
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    I am sure that it isn't as huge as the tropical ones I often get a kick when I see people fussing over what I would term as tiny spiders but are apparently huge for non-zoologists!
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    owh u sure its not the same spider u saw in ur room?
    wots w/ the spider threads of late on tsr ¬_¬
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    It sounds to me like spiders have infested your house. If I were you I'd move out for 6 months and get it fumigated.
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    spiders are haemless... I see them in my room quite a lot. they won't bite you, in the UK you'll probably be fine. just dont really wanna crush them on the wall cos they make a mess.

    the worst thing are those moths that fly into your face and you can actually feel it cos they're really heavy.
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    i hate spiders *shudders*
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    That happened tp me before but I thought it went into my brothers room so I slept ok but in the morning it was right above my head my dad got it out seeing hes ok with spiders!
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    Argh! I feel sorry for you! I had the same problem last week! My cousin came round though and she slept in my room and found it and flushed it down the toilet! I owe her one Also right now there is a half a spider sitting on the stairs because my mother killed it and thought she had it in the tissue and threw it out, but the spider body is still there.. :eek: I've got to tell her to get rid of it, but she's busy right now..
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    Perhaps they are working as a team?
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    if it makes you feel better rosalily I had a massive spider on me yesterday and it went into my hair...because it is curly and black my mum could not find it!
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    I once found a spider SQUASHED INTO MY PILLOW. I could only come to my own conclusions about how it died.
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    I know exactly what you mean. But I like Spiders, but thought of them crawling into your ear isn't exactly nice.


    You can either seal off the room, turn up the heat, and wait for mr spidey to die. Or you can turn your room upside down. But they're quick, so chances are he's probably away by now. But I think they generally shy away from heat, so you could possibly use that to flush him out.
 
 
 
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