19 thoughts on “Whoa!

  1. Abercorn

    I noticed one a few week’s ago in the bathroom whilst mid-poop. Trying to think of something funny to say about it, but it’s been a long day. Not the most enjoyable dump I had that day.

  2. H

    What a cutie!
    They’re with us all the time but usually stay hidden but at this time of year they come out looking for mates and after copulation the females eat the males….

  3. Dhaughton99

    Money on an article in the indo about this tomorrow. The editor seems to have the same fasination with spiddys as they had last year with rats.

      1. dereviled

        : /

        What a steaming pile. “Experts say…”
        Although they do clarify at the end:
        “But the good news is that of the 420 different species of spider in Ireland, only one, the infamous false widow, is a danger to humans.”
        They may have tried to inform people instead of promoting nuke-from-orbit pest response of this “Trevor Hayden of Complete Pest Control”.
        Other than the occasional allergic reaction the danger of the bite, and the source of all the dramatic newspaper articles, is secondary infections.

  4. turgidson

    Maybe the homeless fella from earlier on should keep one of these in his pocket to help him retrieve any 2 Euro coins he drops on the train tracks.

  5. Tibor

    If you just keep throwing €2 coins at them then you lose the right to be surprised that they keep on coming back.

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