#1
There are tiny spiders coming out of the light fixture in my ceiling. The fixture is directly above me. I think these are baby spiders I'm dealing with because they are so damn small. I can barely see their individual legs. One lands on my hair and dangles in front of my eyes. I then kill it and look up to a whole army (about 3 or 4) coming down from the ceiling.
My only defense against theses beasts was my trusty vacuum cleaner. I proceeded to remove the light fixture and suck up the monsters. I had just avoided certain discomfort once again. I don't want spiders crawling through my long hair.

So yeah.
What kind of creepy crawlies does the pit have around at home?
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#3
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So yeah.
What kind of creepy crawlies does the pit have around at home?

Centipedes man. ****ing centipedes.
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#6
None, except earwigs and spiders. There's probably more I just don't realise it. It's a good thing I don't live near those ****ing roaches.
#8
Waterbugs, spiders, crickets, and occasionally moths.

It doesn't sound like much, but I am terrified of ALL insects.

About a month ago I spent 40 minutes sitting on my bed staring at a pile of laundry that a cricket had just crawled into after I broke one of it's legs with a flyswatter, knowing that it would come for revenge the moment I looked away.
I can't get close enough to kill them, because they can jump at me, so I stand a few feet away and spray them with bugspray until they die.
#9
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None, except earwigs and spiders. There's probably more I just don't realise it. It's a good thing I don't live near those ****ing roaches.

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#11
To the tune of "London Bridge"

"Lots of spiders falling down, falling down, falling down
Lots of spiders falling down, down your shirt neck"
I've got the spirit, but lose the feeling.
#12
You think that's bad?
When I was about 10 I was sleeping in the caravan for some weird reason. So I went to bed and there were three small spiders on the curtain directly next to me. So I was like 'mum, can you move the spiders?' So mum shakes the curtain and LITERALLY HUNDREDS of baby huntsmens fall on me .

I had to take a shower to get them all off me

Needless to say, I've never slept in the caravan since.
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#13
I really think the thread title would make an amazing song title.
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#15
Drink lots and lots of water, you'll come down soon.
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#17
^ **** that guy


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#18
I live in Australia so guess what I have to deal with TS?
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#19
Well it definitely isn't rain where you are, DD

But yeah, TS. It could be worse. So, so, so much worse.
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#21
A few large spiders and the odd daddy long legs but that's about it really. We co-exist peacefully.
#22
Just gonna leave this and this here... enjoy sleeping tonight, people with a fear of insects


Edit: Oh, and this
Hey, look. Sigs are back.
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I live in Australia so guess what I have to deal with TS?

every single poisonous creature in the history of ever!
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#25
A pretty big (by Norwegian standards) spider landed on my head when I entered the house not too long ago. Spiders here are pretty much harmless, though, so I just brushed it off and threw it back outside.
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#27
Spiders, ants, roaches, lizards and some other miscellaneous insects that I have the luck to not know the names of (because I'll Wikipedia them and see huge close-up pictures of them).

Where I live, spiders are only of those small breeds (think pea-sized). No huge tarantulas or anything. I thank God for that.
#31
I bought some Indian spices a few months ago and with them came some Indian food moths.
Almost impossible to get rid of them and I can't use poison because I have parrots.
Everything in the kitchen has to be kept in sealed boxes now because they will contaminate all food. Damn little bastards.
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#34
I never realized how much of a pussy the pit is
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#36
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I never realized how much of a pussy the pit is


This happens roughly every two months. You get used to it.