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post #46 of 64
I know what you mean. I absolutely HATE spiders! Can't stand to have them in the house at all! I don't even like finding them in the yard. There's some really ugly looking ones out there, too! We have a cabin up in the mountains that we don't have access to during the winter. When we re-open in the spring...there's tons of spiders up there! Even though we set off bug bombs when we close up in November (and we only set off about 12 of them throughout the entire cabin!!), we still have to set more off in the spring. Seems like they come out of the woodwork!
post #47 of 64
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Originally Posted by ucanhazcakes

HAHAHAHA! Oh em gee, Annabakescakes! Something similar happened to me once when I accidentally stepped on a spider and it was carrying an egg sac! I don't mind spiders that aren't venomous, I've even had a Pink-Toed Tarantula for a pet...but when I realized what had happened and that there were hundreds of little spider infants crawling up my leg (surely en route to eat my face), I FUH-REAKED! I'm sure if anyone saw me I would have looked ridiculous, seeing as how I couldn't even scream, I was just making these weird noises and flailing about!



I couldn't scream either! lol I was wheezing like I ran up a steep hill, eyes bulging. I HATE spiders. I leave them alone if they are outside, but kill them in my home. I thought my heart would either stop, or explode, it was beating so fast.
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post #48 of 64
I never had this problem yet. But then I am a newbie. I buy my flour and sugar in 50 lbs, so I just make sure it is sealed tight. I do not have space to put in the refrigerator.
post #49 of 64
I don't know why, but I've never screamed in my life. If something scares me, I inhale really big and jump a little, but for some reason I've never screamed. Kinda weird....
post #50 of 64
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I don't know why, but I've never screamed in my life. If something scares me, I inhale really big and jump a little, but for some reason I've never screamed. Kinda weird....



I am pretty much the same way! I inhale really big, and it makes a powerful wheeze, lol. You shoud see me on a roller coaster. I don't buy the picture at the amusement park, I look terrified, because I am! I have finally learned I hate them, and don't go anymore. icon_rolleyes.gif
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post #51 of 64
Oh lordy... you guys have me cracking up!! Are we a bunch of girls or what?!?! hahahaha. I had a pet tarantula when I was a kid, but I can't stand daddy long legs spiders. Something about them just freaks me out! So does anyone have a guess as to what variety of bugs the bay leaves chase away? I know, I'm interrupting our fun with real questions!! I'll try to behave. icon_lol.gif

Annabakescakes, I am seriously sad that you DIDN'T have a video camera rolling when that happened. For as traumatic as those things are when they happen, you'd be ten thousand dollars richer from it! You'd totally win America's Funniest! I know what you guys mean about not being able to make sound... my mom went sonic when I told her I was pregnant with my first. Only dogs could hear her. icon_lol.gif
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post #52 of 64
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... my mom went sonic when I told her I was pregnant with my first. Only dogs could hear her. icon_lol.gif



Too funny!!! icon_lol.gif
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post #53 of 64
OMG that reminds Me about what happend to me 2 years ago, for some particular reason during that years monsoon season we had these HUUUUUGE beetle things coming out of no where, I HATE bugs (im getting the heebie jeebies as I type) they used to LOOOOVE to sit on my screen door so as I would open the door to go out and smoke I would be confronted with this huge beetle in my face and I would scream like you would not belive and then refuse to go outside LOL, well I started peeking out my door before I left the house at night well one particular night I didnt think to look UP. I proceeded outside to smoke and just as im about to go in I look at my door and there is a freaken beetle, I screamed jumped and ran UP the stairs and refused to come down (like that helped LOL these suckers could fly) my husband and my friend were laughing at me so much and all I could do was whine and cry about this beetle on my door, my husband finally saved the day and smacked it off the door and tried to kill it, I swear he hit it 10 times with his shoe and it was still moving icon_eek.gif that was the only year I saw them, I still get a little freaked during monsoons and have to check before I leave the house LOL

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post #54 of 64
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Originally Posted by ucanhazcakes

HAHAHAHA! Oh em gee, Annabakescakes! Something similar happened to me once when I accidentally stepped on a spider and it was carrying an egg sac! I don't mind spiders that aren't venomous, I've even had a Pink-Toed Tarantula for a pet...but when I realized what had happened and that there were hundreds of little spider infants crawling up my leg (surely en route to eat my face), I FUH-REAKED! I'm sure if anyone saw me I would have looked ridiculous, seeing as how I couldn't even scream, I was just making these weird noises and flailing about!



I couldn't scream either! lol I was wheezing like I ran up a steep hill, eyes bulging. I HATE spiders. I leave them alone if they are outside, but kill them in my home. I thought my heart would either stop, or explode, it was beating so fast.



Like I said, spiders don't scare me...most animals/creepy crawlies don't, but a HUGE HORDE OF ITTY-BITTY CRITTERS coming at me so unexpectedly, I couldn't help it! The noise wasn't even really, ugh, I don't even know! If you tried to spell it, it would be something like, "UNGHGHGHGHNNNGH!". Yeah, I just read that aloud and it's pretty close. You just have to have shocked emotion behind it! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #55 of 64
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Originally Posted by ucanhazcakes

HAHAHAHA! Oh em gee, Annabakescakes! Something similar happened to me once when I accidentally stepped on a spider and it was carrying an egg sac! I don't mind spiders that aren't venomous, I've even had a Pink-Toed Tarantula for a pet...but when I realized what had happened and that there were hundreds of little spider infants crawling up my leg (surely en route to eat my face), I FUH-REAKED! I'm sure if anyone saw me I would have looked ridiculous, seeing as how I couldn't even scream, I was just making these weird noises and flailing about!



I couldn't scream either! lol I was wheezing like I ran up a steep hill, eyes bulging. I HATE spiders. I leave them alone if they are outside, but kill them in my home. I thought my heart would either stop, or explode, it was beating so fast.



Like I said, spiders don't scare me...most animals/creepy crawlies don't, but a HUGE HORDE OF ITTY-BITTY CRITTERS coming at me so unexpectedly, I couldn't help it! The noise wasn't even really, ugh, I don't even know! If you tried to spell it, it would be something like, "UNGHGHGHGHNNNGH!". Yeah, I just read that aloud and it's pretty close. You just have to have shocked emotion behind it! icon_biggrin.gif



Yep, that's the sound! I have made that often!
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post #56 of 64
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Originally Posted by Melvira

Bay Leaves!?! That's BRILLIANT! All natural, and if one of my kids were to get a hold of it and chomp on it, who cares!?! What bugs does that work for? In the summer I have to work my butt off to keep ants away. And of course, everyone in this state has problems with Boxelder bugs and Asian beetles. ERGH!



I found a DEAD asian beetle on my pillow yesterday morning. How long had I been sleeping with it and did I kill it? Or did it fall out of the sky? Who knows. *shiver*
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post #57 of 64
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You guys are cracking me up with your spider stories.


I have one.
I used to be desperately afraid of spiders. I mean, phobic scared- shaking, panic stricken, hyperventilating scared. I've since conquered some of my fear due to the fact that I have a baby now and I didn't want her to be afraid of spiders simply because I was. I still hate them and get real freaked out by them.

Anyway, once I was trapped in my bathroom because there was a spider by the door. I couldn't make myself leave because it might jump at me or something. I must have been in there a good 15-20 minutes before I got enough courage to race to the door and get out.

Another time, (apparently my bathroom there was evil) I went into the bathroom to shower and there was a spider chilling on the wall of the shower. There was NO WAY I could get close enough to squish it and frankly, the idea of squishing it was awful because then I'd have to be close enough to pick it up and throw it away. (my husband used to tease me by chasing me with the dead spider.) Any way, I couldn't leave it now. If I did, god knew where it would be when I got back. Once spied, you have to kill it or it hides until you least expect it and a known hidden spider is far far worse than one you can see. My roommate wasn't home and my boyfriend wasn't there (went to a different college) so I had to be the one to get rid of it. So what to do what to do......eureka! My roommate was doing a project in which she had to make a poster board presentation. She needed spray glue. I took her spray glue and glued that mo-fo to the wall! I felt terrible leaving it there for her to get but I couldn't make myself try to clean it off.

Oh, good times.
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post #58 of 64
OMG, one summer when I was visiting my grandma and grandpa's she made supper with a salad. We always had fresh salad from her garden. I will never forget the day when I found a grasshopper in my salad. I REFUSED to eat any salad from there on that came from her garden.

Oh Lord, I think I just threw up in my mouth a little. tapedshut.gif
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post #59 of 64
OMG!!!!! I'm having a little break at work and am cracking up reading all your stories!!!! You guys are funny!!! icon_biggrin.gif

Thankfully, I've never had this issue with flour or sugar (and I don't keep them in sealed containers, I keep them in glass ones with glass lids) however, I've found larvae and little worms when I go to the store to buy boxes for my cakes!!! icon_mad.gif

I now open and check EVERY box to make sure they are clean! I can only imagine my clients opening their box to find a bug crawling on their cake!!!!! ugh!!!!!
post #60 of 64
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Originally Posted by kristiemarie

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Originally Posted by Melvira

Bay Leaves!?! That's BRILLIANT! All natural, and if one of my kids were to get a hold of it and chomp on it, who cares!?! What bugs does that work for? In the summer I have to work my butt off to keep ants away. And of course, everyone in this state has problems with Boxelder bugs and Asian beetles. ERGH!



I found a DEAD asian beetle on my pillow yesterday morning. How long had I been sleeping with it and did I kill it? Or did it fall out of the sky? Who knows. *shiver*



You must have some serious morning breath! icon_lol.gif

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