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    HUGE spider

    ohhh i had to post this on the forum's
    this spider a 1st doesn't look to big but at around 35 sec you see it in its full glory and WOW it is YAWGE
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    Wow, we get them inside often but that one is *really* big, I've never seen one so big before...
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    Now, that's scary BIG!

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    i know its HUGE isnt it.
    and i can bearly stand a small one haha
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    It could be worse .. you could be chased by the dreaded "Giant Snoopy Spider" ...

    I'm going to have to get one of these for next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jameswillmott View Post
    Wow, we get them inside often but that one is *really* big, I've never seen one so big before...
    I dunno, I've seen foot long stick insects in your neck the woods... they're harmless even when not made of plastic

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    I don't understand ppl. Dinner crawls home by itself and they complain...

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    Donno how much food is in a spider like that, but I would certainly lose weight fast .

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    That video is susiciously neat in it's construction.
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    total lamness in the end when he is stumbling with the plastic whatever on his foot

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    I loled a lot about this video, totally epic fail as he describes every detail of his spider capture and then the whole story ends in crying and fleeing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StereoMike View Post
    I loled a lot about this video, totally epic fail as he describes every detail of his spider capture and then the whole story ends in crying and fleeing!
    Yeah, describes it so much that it makes it look like fake footage alont with other things.

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    a fantastic reason to never, ever go to Oz!
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    Quote Originally Posted by meshpig View Post
    I dunno, I've seen foot long stick insects in your neck the woods... they're harmless even when not made of plastic

    largest insect on earth IS a stick insect to be found in Borneo, it's half a metre long! [50cm = 19.6 inches!]
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    Quote Originally Posted by StereoMike View Post
    I loled a lot about this video, totally epic fail as he describes every detail of his spider capture and then the whole story ends in crying and fleeing!
    Exactly
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