Lurking in the Shadows 2: Not Safe for Scotty

    5 responses to “Lurking in the Shadows 2: Not Safe for Scotty”

    1. SG says:

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      NEVER AGAIN, WAGER. NEVER AGAIN!

    2. SG says:

      I hope that that’s an outdoor shot. That’s a black widow shadow if ever I’ve seen one.

    3. T-Mo says:

      Sorry, Scotty, but I just couldn’t resist. It *is* an outdoor shot, and it wasn’t a black widow. I have a photo of the actual spider as proof. I’ll refrain from posting it.

    4. josh k-sky says:

      The degree to which I have become habituated to spiders in my house is itself alarming. There’s one that hangs out between the coffee maker and the compost bowl, one above the toilet, and a scampy little guy that crisscrosses the living room and attracts attention from the scaredy cat. And the patio is half surrendered. Mrs. K-sky at least still has the presence of mind to splat the occasional black widow.

    5. Witchy-Poo says:

      The black widows are in the compost bin.