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    I saw a medium sized spider in my room and I asked my dad to get rid of it for me but he was in the bath. Then, straight away, it ran behind my chest of drawers.
    I pulled all of my furniture out, including my chest of drawers, to try and find it but it is no where to be seen. WTF!!!
    I have a massive phobia of spiders and I am internally freaking out.
    What shall I do?

    Someone comfort me pls. Should I be this scared? Has this happened to you before?
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    Spray some acidic juice such as PURE ORANGE OR APPLE around your bed. Spiders do not like the impurities of such solutions so won't cross over them.
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    Don't worry about it. You are much more of a danger to it than it is to you. It will avoid you.
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    Just keep looking around your room and as soon as your dad's back, tell him to have a look around as well. You'll be fine, don't worry about it
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    I used to be afraid of spiders, until one day I forced myself to pick one up using a cup and a piece of card and put it outside (it was actually the day I moved into uni, so my mum wasn't around to do it for me :lol:).

    I know it's easier said than done, but try not to panic. Spiders won't hurt you, if you leave it alone, I'm sure it will make its own way out
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    Make sure it doesn't crawl into your mouth nose or ears while you sleep.

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    You need to leave the house 🏡
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    hmm joke for reps or serious long list of tips and instructions

    cba to do either sry

    edit: sry that was rude so just chill and find it
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    I saw a medium sized spider in my room and I asked my dad to get rid of it for me but he was in the bath. Then, straight away, it ran behind my chest of drawers.
    I pulled all of my furniture out, including my chest of drawers, to try and find it but it is no where to be seen. WTF!!!
    I have a massive phobia of spiders and I am internally freaking out.
    What shall I do?

    Someone comfort me pls. Should I be this scared? Has this happened to you before?
    This has happened to me before. Just don't panic if you see it put a cup over it and a piece of paper underneath then remove it.
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    (Original post by A321)
    Make sure it doesn't crawl into your mouth nose or ears while you sleep.

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    Very comforting!
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    I saw a medium sized spider in my room and I asked my dad to get rid of it for me but he was in the bath. Then, straight away, it ran behind my chest of drawers.
    I pulled all of my furniture out, including my chest of drawers, to try and find it but it is no where to be seen. WTF!!!
    I have a massive phobia of spiders and I am internally freaking out.
    What shall I do?

    Someone comfort me pls. Should I be this scared? Has this happened to you before?
    It's hoover time....
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    (Original post by will'o'wisp)
    It's hoover time....
    Lol, that's what I do!
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    evacuate the house
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I used to be afraid of spiders, until one day I forced myself to pick one up using a cup and a piece of card and put it outside (it was actually the day I moved into uni, so my mum wasn't around to do it for me ).

    I know it's easier said than done, but try not to panic. Spiders won't hurt you, if you leave it alone, I'm sure it will make its own way out
    I still am.
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    (Original post by BhavyaB)
    Just keep looking around your room and as soon as your dad's back, tell him to have a look around as well. You'll be fine, don't worry about it
    My dad is fuming because I overreacted a lot and then he stormed out of the house...
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    My dad is fuming because I overreacted a lot and then he stormed out of the house...
    Lol he afraid of it too XD
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    (Original post by illimitable)
    lol, that's what i do!
    get it on maximum powah!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    My dad is fuming because I overreacted a lot and then he stormed out of the house...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCbfMkh940Q
 
 
 
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