That’s probably a silly question above ^^^. I’ve just been really curious so I thought, why not ask
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Not a silly question.So I wanted to see if huntsman spiders are in fact that common?
My stomach dropped just reading that sentence!! lol! The only spider that doesn’t freak me (I’m not gonna lie. It probably would give me a jump scare though) is a daddy long leg spider they eat other bugs, so I consider them allies.The worst ones I’ve come across were the one that got into my coffee maker and crawled up my arm (screamed!), and the one that bit me on the lip overnight then sat on the wall above my bed to gloat (cost him his life).
That’s good! I wish I was better with bugs I mean I even hate flies, but I think that’s more due to them like when they fly around your head and you hear them buzzing your ear. It’s startles me every time and I jump. Oh that’s definitely not fun, so they like to be surprises.I’m fine with most spiders, even big ones. But I’m phobic of huntsman spiders. They like to get in places like behind your rear vision mirror or run down your windscreen while you’re driving.
I googled it and now my dreams will be riddled with nightmares of a huntsman’s nest. Just kidding but I’ll never be able to unsee it but I’m a thrill seeker I looked at my own risk!(yeah, search for huntsman nest for a real horror show)
I gotta have a date to put in my calendar or I'm lost.....this, next, a week after whateverOkay this is to all outside the US. My T will say see you next Thursday, today is Tuesday, to me next Thursday is a week from this Thursday. How many countries say it this way? To me it would be see you this Thursday.
EXACTLY! And I have 3 calendarsI gotta have a date to put in my calendar or I'm lost.....this, next, a week after whatever
I’m in the UK and I would say this Thursday. I don’t know anyone who would say next Thursday in that context so it’s not, in general, a UK thing.Okay this is to all outside the US. My T will say see you next Thursday, today is Tuesday, to me next Thursday is a week from this Thursday. How many countries say it this way? To me it would be see you this Thursday.
Note to self -- time to take austraila off the must-visit list.