I thought it was going to be that he found a spycam over his bed. At least it wasn’t a nest of rats or ticks or mice or a maggot-infested dead animal stuck in his attic or…
No way I am sleeping in that house again.
Yikes! I’d run–screaming!
Fire is a perfectly acceptable solution.
Fire and nuking the house from space. It’s the only way to be sure.
Also good when you’re about to have breakfast.
I used to keep a glass of water on my nightstand. Now it’s only bottled water with a lid after discovering a spider in the glass…only after it ENDED UP IN MY MOUTH!!
Hell’s Bells, down here we call that “breakfast”.
That’s the entomological version of Jeffrey Dahmer’s place in Milwaukee. 😉
Don’t worry. It’s just a bug.
A filthy, creepy bug.
Oh, Franklin, you’re always one to put a smiley face on trouble.
Dirt dobbers are harmless and I like bugs that eat other bugs. Of course spider fall into that category as well so I’m torn
My dad drank a centipede from a nightstand glass of water.
I never understood the nightstand glass of water thing…
See why I’m still up at 4:37 am!!!!!!!!
There is a metaphor for the relationship between the Democrat Party and the low information voter in there somewhere.
no no no no no no just no.
That’s even more disturbing than prancercise cameltoe lady.
A big can of RAID wasp killer should do the trick – from 20 feet. 😉
I find WD-40 will kill wasps.
However, do not rely on WD-40 to keep your guns rust free.
As I sit here, there is a huge spider on my window blinds. I’m watching it and waiting for DH to come back from errands to save me from it since I doubt I can successfully eliminate it with the vacuum cleaner.
Why not combine RosalindJ’s advice with Four .45’s? Can of WD-40 with a lighter. After the spider is incinerated, call up DH and have him pick up a new set of blinds from Lowes. That’s one set of blinds you won’t have to dust later. Win-win!
Oh, don’t forget to have the fire extinguisher handy. And an alibi. Just in case. 🙂