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    Once I let a particularly interesting looking spider live in the corner of my bathroom sink and go about its business for over two months. This was more of a function of P than F. Then I sqashed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Once I let a particularly interesting looking spider live in the corner of my bathroom sink and go about its business for over two months. This was more of a function of P than F. Then I sqashed it.

    EVOL!
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    Oh yes. There are so many variables to consider before attempting to murder the insect in question. The angle of the strike, the amount of pressure applied, the speed in which you strike, the lighting, position of the insect, where it will fall, carrying utensils for the deceased, checking if it has family members that will avenge it's death.

    This gets worse when it is a jumping spider.
    Wait, a jumping spider? You aren't supposed to kill those cute little things.

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    "But.. why does Dee kill me?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post


    "But.. why does Dee kill me?"
    Aww, Dee, you are SO mean!
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    My first instinct is to trap the insect and release it outside. If I can't do that then I channel my inner killing machine.


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    No. I posted about this once in my blog once even... when bugs/spiders dare to venture into my lair, then they pay the consequences. I have no sympathy for these intruders. They should know the laws of nature!
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    Organisms frequently destroy other organisms for purpose. Arbitrary killings are also very frequent in nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
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    "But.. why does Dee kill me?"



    To be fair, it was difficult to find a creepy non-close-up of a Jumping Spider. They are pretty cute looking when you forget they're venomous little shits. I even said "aww" a few times; something I'm ashamed to admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Oh god, I feel that way too. Sometimes it takes so long for me to prepare to kill it that it just leaves.
    LOL!


    One time in college I was living in an old house with a bunch of roommates. Me and the other INFP were left alone when we discovered that there was a giant spider on the ceiling. We argued for two hours over who should kill it (my argument was: dude, you're the boy! his was: fuck that!) and we concocted all sorts of various contraptions with brooms, etc. Finally our ENTP roomie came home, got a chair and smashed it with his hand. Then he chased me around the house trying to touch me with his spider gut hand.

    I don't know what the point of that story was other than: he/she who hesitates, may find that their mission is carried out by somebody with no morals.

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