Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by drippy, May 7, 2007.
Someone should do a DNA test on the boy. He might have certain . . . attributes now.
This must be why I was craving Rice Crispies for breakfast.
When I worked at a local health clinic, we had a patient that had a small bug in the left ear.
In the video he says he likes being called Spider-man Jr.
Question is... does he wear red and blue, or black?
Wierd story. Bet they are fumigating the house now.
Gross, gross, GROSS.
Sweet Christ that's freaky. Hell, I see spiders on the Nat'l Geographic channel and I get freaked out. Here's to ya, kid.
What's that ugly thing on his left ear?
One of my friend's from school actually had a spider lay eggs in his le. There was a giant lump when he decided to go to the Doctor to check it out. Apparantly they were about to hatch, which would have left him with tiny spiders crawling around his bloodstream. That = death.
When I was younger in daycare I saw another kid get a nosebleed and out came a spider.
*shudder* Dear God that's nasty.
I don't even want to imagine such a thing.
I had a brown spider crawl in my ear while I was sleeping, it was horrible, I had nightmares about it for weeks afterwards.
I was woken up by a sound like kettle drums in my right ear, painfully loud, nearly louder than anything you could imagine, I could feel it moving around.
I poured rubbing alcohol in my ear to kill it and I swear I heard it scream, gut wrenching skin curdling screak, I still heard in in my sleep along with the kettle drums.
I had to go to the hospital to have it removed which was a horrible experience in it's self, because they couldn't get it out, it took 4 hours and a specialist poking and prodding inside my ear, I nearly punched a nurse (it was a guy) because the pain was so excruciating.
Good Christ, DC.
This is exactly why Spider's need to be elimanted from the Earth. Spiders, snakes, Mosquito's and millipedes.
I had Spiders lay eggs in my leg as well; and they hatched, too. Not in my bloodstream of course, I've never heard of that. All I had to deal with was tiny almost invisble spiders crawling over me.
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