PETS! Most single people I've known have pets.

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Jewel5712

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Did you guys know that a lot of folks who died and then were revived reported that they saw their old pets in heaven? Yea its true! :)
All DOGS go to heaven but i dont know bout any other pet..they gotta get thier own movie first ;)
 

Pipp

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#62
I had a 5 ft ball python for years. I gave her to a new owner about 2 years ago.
 
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no pets not going to have any. last thing is needed is a poor animal stuck in the house starving to death when i end up dead and nobody notices for a couple months
 
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Miri

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Do spiders count! I have seen several of those.
Some are so big I’m thinking of training them up as guard dogs. I’m sure
they would make an adequate job of scaring the living daylights out of people!

Last year I had a big one called Fred who regularly stomped around my
bedroom. That is until he went to the big vacuum cleaner in the sky.

This isn’t a picture of me it’s just for demo purposes. 🙂


 

Lynx

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Aug 13, 2014
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#73
That looks bigger than the writing spider I knew one summer.

Here in Tennessee we have some really big spiders we call writing spiders, because of the squiggles they put in the middle of their webs. One year a writing spider set up a big web right over the front porch light. I am a big fan of anything that eats mosquitoes so I left the web alone and made sure to leave the light on at night to draw lots of bugs.
 
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Miri

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#74
That looks bigger than the writing spider I knew one summer.

Here in Tennessee we have some really big spiders we call writing spiders, because of the squiggles they put in the middle of their webs. One year a writing spider set up a big web right over the front porch light. I am a big fan of anything that eats mosquitoes so I left the web alone and made sure to leave the light on at night to draw lots of bugs.
The giant UK house spiders and huntsman spiders don’t build webs.
They lurk somewhere and literally run after their prey. If you stamp your
feet to scare them away they run at you instead thinking your lunch!
 

calibob

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#75
Do spiders count! I have seen several of those.
Some are so big I’m thinking of training them up as guard dogs. I’m sure
they would make an adequate job of scaring the living daylights out of people!

Last year I had a big one called Fred who regularly stomped around my
bedroom. That is until he went to the big vacuum cleaner in the sky.

This isn’t a picture of me it’s just for demo purposes. 🙂


I used to have a trap door spyder in a suitable size mason jar w/dirt for his little hole & rock to think he's hiding. Fed it honey bees from Hybiscus.
 
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Miri

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I used to have a trap door spyder in a suitable size mason jar w/dirt for his little hole & rock to think he's hiding. Fed it honey bees from Hybiscus.

No not the poor cute honey bees! Now wasps I can understand lol
 

Lynx

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#77
The giant UK house spiders and huntsman spiders don’t build webs.
They lurk somewhere and literally run after their prey. If you stamp your
feet to scare them away they run at you instead thinking your lunch!
Yeah, we call those wolf spiders. I don't think ours get as big as the one in that picture, but they get pretty big. It can be a bit startling to walk across the kitchen floor barefoot in the middle of the night and suddenly see one.
 

calibob

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#78
No not the poor cute honey bees! Now wasps I can understand lol
Hybiscus are like humming bird feeders to bees, they love thar red syurp.In mexico they make a fruit punch like drink out of the stuff but I can't spell it, you know 'J's sound like 'H's etc. And the spyder food was free
 

calibob

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#79
@Faith-n-Christ you'll get a kick out of this; I was working a summer in Sequoia and a couple of stoner dudes from the Valley [valley boys] came up there to work but went on a nature hike looking for 'a natural high' Eate some mushrooms & morning glorys, Wound up stuck in the cabin 2 days. Their pupils were stuck wide open and they were having very unpleasant halutinations. The company nurse scolded them but excused them foor having food poisoning. Like Wayne and Garth in the woods, Duh?:LOL: Oh, they were suffering from bella donna poisoning too.