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    Profile photo of Ayden

    Over a year ago

    So I had no idea where to put this. But I was wondering. Do you guys kill spiders? Because, I can leave small spiders alone. But when they’re really huge I just need them gone, and I’m afraid of them so I can’t just pick them up and put them outside. So I end up killing them, and that makes me feel kind of guilty, but I can’t help it that they scare me. (Also I’m one of the few guys being afraid of spiders, it’s really lame xd)

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  • Profile photo of Lissa

    Over a year ago

    I just throw them outside. =)
    Once you get past the furriness, the many eyes, and the eight lelegs, they’re actually pretty cute and interesting. Except tarantulas. They’re scary.

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  • Profile photo of NicoleLynne

    Over a year ago

    Just the ones I know that will make your skin rot all the way down to your flesh if they bite you.

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  • Profile photo of SkiVegChick

    Over a year ago

    lol its ok normally i put them under a cup slide a peice of paper under the cup then chuck the cup with the spider outside and now that i just typed that it makes me feel like a major a-hole so…

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  • Profile photo of toastfairy

    Over a year ago

    I just pick them straight up with my hands, no matter how big or small. My mum always taught me “if you want to live and thrive, let a spider run alive”.

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    There are some vacuum catchers that are really appealing.
    I’m thinking of getting one even though I really can’t afford it.
    Would be great for flies and other insects that usually move before I can put something over the top of them, and insects like wasps that I really don’t want to get close to.

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    Note: The BugZooka is awesome because it requires no electricity but it looks like it might slam the insects too hard
    Note2: Most of the electricity powered ones appear to be the same product renamed or modified slightly, so make sure you don’t get ripped off. You can probably just go with the cheapest one.

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