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    Dammit, now I’m going to feel shit crawling on me all night


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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPool View Post
    We have all kinds of critters here. Some are good, some are bad. Currently, our biggest issue is wolf spiders. If you walk outside at night, before the dew sets, and shine a flash light around the yard, you can see them everywhere. The eyes reflect the light and look like little gems. Kind of a mix of cool and creepy while keeping the wife inside after the sun goes down.
    I do this all the time when we're out camping with a head lamp. Keeps me from accidentally stepping near a half dollar sized wolf spider while taking a piss. Cool or creepy, it's damn useful.

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    Just sprayed today! He is running away!


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    A few months back I sold an extra set of Jeep mirrors to a coworker. I went home at lunch to go get them from my garage. As I picked up the box off the shelf and set it on my Jeep fender to ensure they were in there, I felt something scurry across my boot. As I looked down, I saw a silver dollar size wolf spider stop about a foot from the tire. It was a huge ugly, creepy looking thing. As I wasn’t sure what kind of spider it was (it was the first I’d seen), I proceeded to use a front passenger 35in BFG KO2 as my spider killing tool of choice. Apparently they are relatively harmless, but I didn’t know that at the time. A Jeepers gotta do what a Jeepers gotta do... amiright!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Regolith View Post
    A few months back I sold an extra set of Jeep mirrors to a coworker. I went home at lunch to go get them from my garage. As I picked up the box off the shelf and set it on my Jeep fender to ensure they were in there, I felt something scurry across my boot. As I looked down, I saw a silver dollar size wolf spider stop about a foot from the tire. It was a huge ugly, creepy looking thing. As I wasn’t sure what kind of spider it was (it was the first I’d seen), I proceeded to use a front passenger 35in BFG KO2 as my spider killing tool of choice. Apparently they are relatively harmless, but I didn’t know that at the time. A Jeepers gotta do what a Jeepers gotta do... amiright!


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    They are all harmless dead


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