23 thoughts on “Ask A Broadsheet Reader

  1. Anomanomanom

    There coming around more and more. Iv got about 8-9 of these in last few weeks. And very strangely mosquitos as well every few week.

    1. Paolo

      Because they always migrate indoors when the weather gets colder. Are you also surprised when the sun disappears in the evening?

  2. Bob

    It’s a sheet spider, isn’t it? The ones that make the webs on grass that you see covered in dew some mornings.

  3. youkilledmyfatherpreapretodie

    Is ‘big ass male house spider that, typical of the species, becomes far more noticeable during September while they trundle abour in search of females’ an acceptable answer? Similar beastie here>

  4. Paulus

    Of course it’s not a big ass spider, its backside is comparatively compact.

    (Short form, its harmless, shoo it away or capture/release outside)

  5. Mikeyfex

    You know that gloop in the corner of your eyes in the morning?

    Uh huh.

    Spider jizz.

    If it’s still gloopy and not gone crusty he’s still probably in the bed somewhere.

  6. henzo

    more to the point why does someone have a laboratory glassware in their gaff. Re-creating scenes from breaking bad perhaps?

    1. Cup of tea anyone

      I think that is a measuring jug. Maybe OP is just making some spider cakes.

      Spongy on the outside, Leggy on the inside. mmmm Spider cakes

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