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This is a subject I happen to be very touchy about, for months I've been paranoid about spiders and such showing up next to me in bed, til last night when I woke up with a Wolf Spider hanging right over my face. Then I end up bolting out of my bed and smashing it right against my wall, not to add spider blood getting on my pillow.
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#3
Wait, I thought wolf spiders didn't make webs? And yeah I know how you feel...A wasp stung me in my sleep one time and I didn't know what the hell it was so I just ran downstairs and slept on the couch.
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Wolf Spider?


Intense... they have them in Vancouver?



They have them here in Texas...Pretty cool looking, actually. They actually chase down their prey.
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#11
That's the most intense spider ever.

It would probably be, for me, my cu- I mean a spider.

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#13
I woke up with a red ant sitting on me once, and I was covered in red ant bites.

Not fun.
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Wolf spiders aren't that big. One of my Madagascar hissing cockroaches escaped a couple days ago..I was wondering if one night it would just pop up in mine or my parents' bed, but it didn't..my mother found it this morning at 4 am when she went to the bathroom, it was just chilling on the wall.

There's really not much to worry about here, I mean anything that's actually dangerous. The worst I have to worry about is being bitten by a centipede, which is about as bad as a bee sting.
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#17
once not to long ago i awoke to something tickling me, i just figured it was a breeze blowing my hair in my face as my window was open, so i kinda just touched it, then it came back a second later and it was some fairly large bug crawling on my face, almost literally scared teh crap out of me
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They have them here in Texas...Pretty cool looking, actually. They actually chase down their prey.


they have them in texas?!?!?! I LIVE IN TEXAS. ok some im not gonna sleep tonight. thanks alot...
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you know whats a great way to wake up in the morning in your el paso hotel? while taking a shower and takigny our timo to dry off only to realize a tarantula was watching you from above the shower head crawling on the wall...i ran out naked from the shower and ran outside to alert the person in charge and then remembered to at least put on some pants XD!!!
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#21
OMG THAT PICTURE GAVE ME A HEART ATTACK :|

Thanks metal claw.

Creepiest thing in my bed was my ex. Gah.
#22
lol last summer it was a hot night and all and i left my window open, i woke up with my cat biting my ear ¬¬

but waking up with one of those wolf spiders would be a nightmare really
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#23
well i wasnt in bed but i was in a tent and woke up after a night of drinking beside some ugly girl. i thought of the worst. nothing happened though aparently
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#24
Does everyone realize wolf spiders are only like this big...

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at the most, and that's including legs, and they're not harmful to humans at all..
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Does everyone realize wolf spiders are only like this big...

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at the most, and that's including legs, and they're not harmful to humans at all..



still they are quite scary =P
imagine one crawling on your face while you sleep
wandering on your lips....take a peek inside your nose and stuff

edit: wandering on your lips while you are snoring and have your mouth half-open

nice =D
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#27
The worst I've ever had was an ant on my leg. Its not that bad, but just the feeling of something crawling on my leg scared the **** out of me.

Last week in my brother's room there was a centipede. I smashed it with my shoe, then left the shoe in there cus I didn't wanna pick it up and I was sure if it was dead. But now that I think of it, it must have been a mutant if it would have been able to survive my smashing.

Now that he's moved off to college I'm sleeping in his room, so I keep thinking I'm gonna wake up with a ****ing centipede on me.
#28
I once went to lay down in my bed and layed down right on top of a scorpion. They hurt
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#31
My Science teacher once told me that the average person eats around 200 spiders a year (all when your sleeping). Not sure about the truth behind that.
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#33
The whole swallowing insects during your sleep is a myth. It may happen very rarely, but all these numbers people come up with are bull.

Actually there was a couple of times where I flipped out a little. Once I was in my bed and I felt something latch on to my foot..at first I thought I was paranoid, so I shook my leg back and forth, but I just felt it grip tighter, so I ripped up the covers and nothing was there. Moments later the same thing happened, and when I tried to shake it off my foot it just held on, no matter how violent I shook. Finally it came off and I lifted up the covers for like the third time, and found...

a band aid that had fallen off my foot earlier that night : /

And some years ago I was sleeping over at my friends house, on the floor in a sleeping bag. For whatever reason I sat up and shook my head/ran my hand through my head...and an earwig fell out onto my sleeping bag : |

So that had my on edge for the rest of the night, but I was younger.
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#34
I was lying on my bed reading and I felt a tickle on my back so I stood up to see a silverfish fall off my back and go running across my bed. I flicked it off but I don't know where it went.
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I'm not frightened of insects, but if I woke up with a huge spider in my face I would momentarily freak out before killing it. Thats happened to me loads of times with moths though.

The thing that got the biggest reaction out of me was when something pretty big got into my bed from the bottom, ran up under the covers and came up to my face then howled at me.

Took me a few minutes to wake up and realise my dog just wanted to go for a walk. At 4am. I'd be angry at him, but he's called Satch. How can you get mad at Satch?
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#36
Well, once when my bed used to be in my basement I found one of the centipedes that lurked in my basement on my mattress.




That centipede


it was literally l-----------------------------------l that long or longer
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Does everyone realize wolf spiders are only like this big...

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at the most, and that's including legs, and they're not harmful to humans at all..



I've seen ones a couple inches bigger than that.
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Well, once when my bed used to be in my basement I found one of the centipedes that lurked in my basement on my mattress.




That centipede


it was literally l-----------------------------------l that long or longer


Yeah, we've got some of those in/around our house, they're fast little buggers.
#39
**** centipedes. I will admit though, milipedes are much freakier. Uh, I hate those things. *shivers*
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**** centipedes. I will admit though, milipedes are much freakier. Uh, I hate those things. *shivers*


The pet store near my house sells giant millipedes. And they're not dangerous at all, they're vegetarians, and are pretty slow. Now...those giant centipedes..from south america for example, are predators, extremely fast, and have a toxic bite (just like their smaller north american cousins, except much more potent because of their size) that can make an adult human sick, and hurt like hell.

But I would like to buy a giant black millipede to keep my hissing roaches company.
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