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Potential *squeel like a girl* moments?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mrk, 8 Oct 2009.

  1. mrk

    Man of Honour

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    When you return home at night, sit down only to feel something fall from your head on to your neck!

    I captured the bugger though.

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    I didn't kill it with fire, punch its ovaries or nuke it from orbit though, I set it free -_-
     
  2. Antar Bolaeisk

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    It's tiny.
     
  3. Flare

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    You squeeled like a little girl at that!? :rolleyes:

    You should see some of the ones i get, they are as big as small Hamsters :D
     
  4. mrk

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    Well so am I so therefore it = big!

    And no, I said potential, not actually squeeled!
     
  5. meghatronic

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    I was terrified in Korea when a **** off black and yellow spider with a body about 2" long landed my face. I didn't scream like a girl (although I did swear quite a bit), so please surrender your testicles to the guard at the gate.
     
  6. Flare

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    You're as small as a little hamster? :p

    Oh ok then, i'll let you off with the not actually squeeling ;)
     
  7. apeZ

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    :( That reminds me, there's a massive 'spiderfly' on my wall a few metres away. Will have to get rid of it, or I won't be able to sleep.
     
  8. cm1179

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    when i get home from work tomorrow and my bedrock 11 cd has arrived
     
  9. Tummy

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    I feel for you mrk!

    I get freaked out by spiders, and I'm 6ft 6 and a brick **** house.

    erugh, just erugh.
     
  10. JBuk

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    Sitting in a little restaurant in Bangkok I noticed lots of cockroaches scurrying about up the walls, round the furniture and between my feet

    I didn't scream but a girl sitting close by did when one ran up her skirt :D
     
  11. shauncr91

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    Is there something supposed to be in that container? Can hardly see it it's so small.
     
  12. Dark_Angel

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    It's not exactly ferocious looking...
     
  13. mac1st3

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    bless, it's so cute and small :) you could keep it as a pet in a matchbox ;)
     
  14. benwoodcock

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    That's what she said :(


    :p
     
  15. Marky

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    Okay now I don't know whats gayer... thinking a tiny spider is cute and that it's an ideal pet or the fact it could be an appropriate moment to squeal upon seeing it :p
     
  16. jimbobaggies

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    Mate, that doesn't even qualify for small.... recently I had to pull my shed out to replace the roof on it, there were spiders as big as your average mouse lurking round there!
     
  17. trickycurve

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    I almost had a spider land on my head a few months ago when I was watching something at my PC. I rolled back a few feet in my chair, and in the light of my monitor saw a spider dangling where my head was just a few seconds previously.
     
  18. cheets64

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    I would hug it, moths on the other hand, I hate the way they attempt to fly, always kill those with fire.
     
  19. shauncr91

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    I hate going in my shed after some of the spiders I've seen living in there. I'd squash them but I fear it would just anger most of them :(
     
  20. mac1st3

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    hehe I meant it in the manly sense of I keep arachnids as pets instead of traditional animals >.> yea....manly, now I'll just go eat some bricks being the man that I am <.<