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September 20, 2018


We did not ever need to know that there is such a thing as a "stretch spider."

(Thanks a big freaking bunch to Theobiwan)


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Toss a burning object on it and yell “Opa!”
What could go wrong?

Things like this happens when Spiderman gets to drinking too much ouzo.

Psst Judi. I know where Theobiwan lives.

it is a promotion for the anti-Spiderman movie, Venon, right?

Web or no web, I say we burn it...(the movie and the spider...)

In addition to stretch spiders, there are also Sans-A-Belt spiders, whose webs come equipped with sewn-in elastic for a more "business casual" insect death trap, as well as Levi's Relaxed Fit spiders, whose looser webs give off that chill, weekend vibe...

5*Snork@ K

K's Sans-A-Belt spiders are often found near Naugas, the hide of which is highly valued by upholsterers.

"starving spiders" is a phrase you don't like hearing.....

Allen @ D--Isn't Naugas near the Kingdom of Nutria?

@K--The Nutrias are useful in the manufacture of waterproofing products and mole repellents. The Naugas, on the other hand, not only have a valuable hide, but they taste like chicken which gives them a large and varied market.
At least this is what the voices told me.

Sounds like a job for Elon Musk's "Not-a-Flamethrower".

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