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    I hate spider and flies and centipedes and I kill them. But I really love animals, I cannot harm any animals(I dislike hunting) as I feel a ton of sympathy towards them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    I went through this the other day explaining how fun hydroplaning is at 70MPH.
    hydroplaning is good times. so is taking your car out on the ice and sliding at high speeds. especially on a very large and flat area of ice (like a frozen lake), where you can get up a lot more speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Any non-biting insect in my home I will catch and release outside. Anything outside biting or non-biting I don't kill. It's where they are supposed to be. But inside my house? Dem spiders better run for the hills...
    i also catch and release insects that are inside, and leave the outside ones be.

    this is pretty tenuously related, but in Colorado in the mountains they have big concentrations of ladybugs. you can stick your arm in a bush and pull it out completely covered in ladybugs, your whole hand and arm with no skin showing. they just crawl around on you like you are a branch. it's a lot of fun.
    EDIT - here, i found a photo online of the ladybug swarms i am talking about. check it out:


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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    The argument I have all the time with my wife "but if I can then why not." I went through this the other day explaining how fun hydroplaning is at 70MPH. When you do it over and over and over you know what your doing and can even handle the unexpected. I started to equate it to drifting in a straight line. As your car starts to veer you gotta ease the wheel into it. The loss of traction is also what keeps you from breaking into a crazy spin and your momentum straight. You also have to be prepared for when you gain traction that your tires are in the direction they need to be in. Like when he slipped, his grip is beyond what he needs and has no problem handling it. I can rationalize anything people eventually give up with me or just have to put there foot down and say NO because you cannot argue with what works all you can do is try to get them to fear the unexpected which doesnt work with me

    edit: getting me to fear the unexpected just gives me something else to watch out for and be prepared for when I do it again.
    sounds like fun sometimes I do donuts in the snow in the winter. haha I also hydroplane i don't wanna mess up the tires and not 70 MHPH lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Any non-biting insect in my home I will catch and release outside. Anything outside biting or non-biting I don't kill. It's where they are supposed to be. But inside my house? Dem spiders better run for the hills...
    Good for you. But spiders... they eat other insects. They're good news, keep your home ecosystem in check. Besides they're very cool. Didn't you ever read Charlotte's Web? I love spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Any non-biting insect in my home I will catch and release outside. Anything outside biting or non-biting I don't kill. It's where they are supposed to be. But inside my house? Dem spiders better run for the hills...
    For real. No one invited them in!
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    Bugs are like people, if there's a strange one in your house stomp on their face and dump em out back. You wouldn't try to slip a bit of paper under a burglar, now would you? Would you!? I rest my case.
    No offense.

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    Pretty sure I'm an ISFP. I had my husband read the descriptions and he said either ISFP and INFP. When he read further he decided on ISFP due to the fact that, "you don't want to help people. You want people as far away from you as possible!"

    So there's that. Thanks-

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    This thread has too much tl;dr... otherwise, I might contribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    hydroplaning is good times. so is taking your car out on the ice and sliding at high speeds. especially on a very large and flat area of ice (like a frozen lake), where you can get up a lot more speed.



    i also catch and release insects that are inside, and leave the outside ones be.

    this is pretty tenuously related, but in Colorado in the mountains they have big concentrations of ladybugs. you can stick your arm in a bush and pull it out completely covered in ladybugs, your whole hand and arm with no skin showing. they just crawl around on you like you are a branch. it's a lot of fun.
    EDIT - here, i found a photo online of the ladybug swarms i am talking about. check it out:

    I just thought how funny it would be to go off and get covered with them and then come running past your friends screaming. But really, there is like a zillion wishes on that tree!
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