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u/EyeCatchingGames May 01 '22

Real hero.

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u/cilestiogrey May 02 '22 Wholesome

Just doing its job. The spiders eat the bugs in my home, and in turn, I don't eat the spiders in my home. Mutually beneficial relationship. They understand the arrangement and pull their weight

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u/Euclid_14 May 02 '22

I definitely can't agree mo- wait a damn second

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u/Negative_Wash1653 May 02 '22

Suddenly you understand what's his point

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u/isthatmyex May 02 '22

You don't have a spider problem. You have a bug problem. They're just helping out.

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u/BeautifulType May 02 '22

What makes bug randomly fly into the corner of a room where a web is? Why would a bug ever fly into that area?

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u/cilestiogrey May 02 '22

You know, I'm starting to think these bugs aren't as smart as they seem when I talk to them 🤔

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u/pureextc May 02 '22

Dude I hear what your sayin.. wait a damn minute.

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u/LLotZaFun May 02 '22

Found a skeeter!

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u/[deleted] May 02 '22

Reminds me. Its been years since I listened to Bugs by Pearl Jam

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u/Snake0055 May 02 '22

Bugs are stupid, I can’t come up with any other reason.

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u/CoreFiftyFour May 02 '22

I mean its true. Individually they tend to be dumb. Collectively they can be geniuses like with what many bees and ants do.

Or they can also create a circle of death like a colony of ants and run in a circle until they die.

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u/Snake0055 May 02 '22

Not sure if I actually wanna know but….how does a “circle of death” happen?

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u/CoreFiftyFour May 02 '22

From what I read, since they navigate and communicate through pheromones, let's say 1 gets lost, he comes up on a rock and thinks he catches the trail on the other side of it, so he leaves a trail as well for others. He then goes around the rock leaving a trail, others do as well, but they lose the track they thought they had so they catch the next one they find which is from an ant in the circle. So unless something or someone interferes(put something to obstruct their path so they can go catch the real pheromone), they will just continue in that circle endlessly, until they die.

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u/chilldrinofthenight May 02 '22

TIL: About ant mills. Ant mill is also called "a death spiral."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant\_mill

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u/Snake0055 May 02 '22

I hate bugs but that’s kinda sad….

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u/CoreFiftyFour May 02 '22

Well if you ever see 100s of ants going in a circle, put a twig or something down that makes them go up and away from the circle.

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u/chilldrinofthenight May 02 '22

Kindred spirit. I would do same.

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u/CoreFiftyFour May 02 '22

You try being the smart fly in the room when your brain is 250 MICROMETERS! You bigbrainers always putting us down.

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u/Blaz3 May 02 '22

I think that it's the other way around. The spider can build quite a few different webs, so the bigger webs are more successful locations that keep the spider fed. Locations with heavier insect traffic will naturally become the more successful spider web locations, such as windows and doors.

Webs in the corners of rooms are probably because it's easier to build the webs where there's walls at 90°

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u/Many_Advice_1021 May 02 '22

Most of the webs are in lighted places they fly to the light

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u/Dense_Yogurtcloset45 May 02 '22

The word randomly kind of answers your question.

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u/KafkaDatura May 02 '22

I would also like to slip in a good word for the cat keeping the spider population in check.

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u/hat-TF2 May 02 '22

My cat loves to eat those long-legged cellar spiders. Every morning he rushes to the same corner where they are usually found and eats one. And even if he doesn't find one, he still pretends to eat one for some unknown reason. And he does that quick glance up at me, as if to check I am watching (or maybe he's making sure I'm not trying to steal his invisible food? I dunno).

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u/ballisticknife0 May 02 '22

Cat tax is needed now

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u/bdone2012 May 02 '22

In the form of a video of cat eating invisible spiders

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u/stringrandom May 02 '22

https://i.imgur.com/Xztnvkc.jpg

Not the poster you were asking, but here’s my cat seconds before he killed the Giant House Spider on the edge of the rug.

The giant house spiders are seriously quick, and this one almost got away, but made a right when he should have made a left to a hiding spot and got killed.

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u/ElegantWaste May 02 '22

My cat is weird, he loves to chew up spiders, spit them out, repeat a couple times, and then walk away. Leaving me to step in and mercy-kill the poor mangled, half-dead spiders. I’d rather he just left them alone lol

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u/Reallyhotshowers May 02 '22

In my experience the cat only gave a fuck about bugs until about 7 years old. The cat is there for the rodents. The spiders can beef out who gets this primo territory on their own time.

The dog is only interested in catching flies, rabbits and squirrels, which, while it does not put the spider in danger, does put the spider in direct competition for food with a mother fucker who literally gets food served on a platter (bowl) for him. So all in all the fact that I own a dog is pretty insulting to that house spider.

I'm sorry for my dog spider bro, I swear we love you.

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u/ReginaDea May 02 '22

Damn, the spiders in your house eat rabbits and squirrels too?

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u/pablofurrutian May 02 '22

I got aa Gecko. I love it

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u/cilestiogrey May 02 '22

I've tried geckos. Too gamey, not crunchy or acidic enough in my opinion

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u/Travasaurus-rex May 02 '22

They are really the best, in my opinion. Those little guys do a masterful job at insect control...

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u/HOMO_erectus_SAPEIN May 02 '22

And then you eat them in your sleep and get all that extra protein. 👌

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u/chilldrinofthenight May 02 '22

We've got a whole selection of spiders in our pantry right now. That pantry is a spider hostel. Everybody gets along. It's all about love and mutual respect.

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u/Jolly-Tangerine6865 May 02 '22

He just got a eat one every year or so, to show dominace to the flock.

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u/Competitive_Travel16 May 02 '22

Totally wholesome in the r/natureismetal sense.

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u/[deleted] May 01 '22

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u/[deleted] May 02 '22

Always has been

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u/ItFlips May 02 '22

And you know that a hero can save us, I’m not gonna stand here and wait

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u/AutisthicccGuy May 01 '22

I don't like them on my pillow when I'm about to sleep

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u/t0pkr0n0s May 02 '22

You choose, a little spider dancing on your body, or mosquitos at the 4:20AM on your ear trying to gang bang it

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u/AutisthicccGuy May 02 '22

never had mosquito problem tbh

I choose sleeping alone or with my gf lmao

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u/barofa May 02 '22

Some people don't have the option and need the mosquito to do the sucking

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u/t0pkr0n0s May 02 '22

You are... Special, god decided to give you their bless

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u/AutisthicccGuy May 02 '22

or my blood sucks and they don't want it :(

sucks hehe

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u/t0pkr0n0s May 02 '22

You probably dranked orange juice after brush your teeths

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u/Fatherchronica May 02 '22

If you drink a glass of V-8 Juice right before you smoke your first Marlboro of the day it is absolutely the best cigarette of the day. Only works on the first one for me. Well I quit my 28 year 60 per day habit on Super Bowl Sunday when Clinton was still president.

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u/runaway__ May 02 '22

You’re immune to mosquitoes now. No more itchy bumps :)

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u/I_Have_The_Lumbago May 02 '22

Do people really get mosquitos in their houses? I've never heard of this!

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u/westwoo May 02 '22

Probably a lizard person

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u/Montigue May 02 '22

iirc they prefer certain human scents over others

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u/desrever1138 May 02 '22

This is the real trick.

My wife has type O blood, which is apparently yummy, and all of the bugs bite her instead of me.

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u/Novieno May 02 '22

Damn is that what it's like to not be a Floridian

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u/Eudaemon1 May 02 '22

Oh . God damm those little winged shit . Dunno if they go high after midnight . Continuously buzzing in the ears . Can't get a single work done

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u/kazh May 02 '22

Plug your ears and you should be egg free.

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u/AutisthicccGuy May 02 '22

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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u/admiral26 May 01 '22 Gold Helpful

I had a spider bro. Quite a few years ago when I was student in college, I used to sublet a room. And there were lots of bugs in that place, anyway, one day in the washroom I saw huge spider. It was literally bigger than my fist, but it was chilling on one corner without any worries. So I let it be, and in few days time I started noticing fewer bugs in the room. Then one day it wasn't there, I thought it's gone, but little did I know it was waiting to make an entrance. I used to smoke pot in the washroom, so one day I'm smoking and suddenly the spider reappeared coming in the washroom through the little window and it seemed to be enjoying the smoke. Since then it would always be there or would come in the washroom every evening when I used to smoke. It literally became my smoking partner for few months.

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u/StageHandRed May 02 '22

Dude, I think you met Anansi. Good for you.

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u/admiral26 May 02 '22

Don't know what Anansi is?

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u/vhrossi1 May 02 '22

Same, what's an Anasi? The only thing with a similar name that I know of is Asanagi, but I don't think a spider is that deranged.

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u/SnakeEyes0 May 02 '22

Anansi, not Anasi, is an Akan folktale character. He often takes the shape of a spider and is sometimes considered to be a god of all knowledge of stories. Taking the role of trickster, he is also one of the most important characters of West African, African American  and Caribbean folklore.

Oddly enough me being from the Pacific Northwest and American, I have heard of Anansi yet have no recollection of how or when I heard one of the stories told with Anansi in it.

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u/DockD May 02 '22

One of the more popular representations of the character in the western world might be from the book American Gods.

Although I too feel like I've heard of the god before reading this novel, so who knows.

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u/StageHandRed May 02 '22

The only other depiction of Anansi that I remember in western media, besides American Gods and Anansi Boys, is from the Disney cartoon Gargoyles. During the Avalon World Tour arc, Goliath and company encounter Anansi, who in this version is a child of Oberon. That's where I first heard of him.

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u/Austin_77 May 02 '22

Never heard of this book but I'm a big fan of Gaimans Sandman. I might have to check this out. There was a TV series too? Know if either are any good?

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u/harmsc12 May 02 '22

I thought that name sounded familiar. I went to a mostly black elementary school, and there was definitely a fair bit of African folklore being used in the reading lessons. There was also one about two sisters who interact with a disguised prince, and the rude selfish one gets told off while the kind and generous sister gets married to him.

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u/kvngvroosmeanjeans May 02 '22

Yo this is EXACTLY what I was thinking. I’m like yeah Anansi. Then as I read more it’s like.. I have no idea where I learned about this but it’s cool af.

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u/T351A May 02 '22

I knew it too and I'm not sure where I learned about it... I think I was at most 8 years old. There are many colorful books and videos online but I don't recognize them.

I do, however, know the most recent reference was probably the Raffi song. We had various kid-friendly songs on CD which we would listen to riding in the car very often; I probably heard it at least occasionally until I was 10 or older because of younger siblings.

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u/Da_zero_kid May 02 '22

OP was Fat Charlie

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u/yassodude May 02 '22

I wish I could feel that way about a spider that big, I really do, it’s not fun being scared lol

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u/EdgyOtaku May 02 '22

I wish I’d get stoned with a spider.

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u/Oliveskin_Mugen May 02 '22

This is the most wholesome thing I’ve heard in awhile

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u/StevenNicholsTheMan May 01 '22

Stupid question: what is this clip from? I have seen it a few times, but have no idea where it originated.

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u/krodackful May 02 '22

Jeremiah Johnson

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u/togro20 May 02 '22

Specifically in this scene he’s a rugged woodsman, and off camera are his wife and child, and he’s acknowledging them. Really sincere scene in the original context.

It is an “old” movie (1972), so the pacing may seem a bit slow, however I do say it does hold up as a classic.

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u/WhoFan May 02 '22

I always find it hard to believe that it's Robert Redford and not Zach Gallifinakis

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u/Alone-Competition-77 May 02 '22

That is literally in the first sentence on the Know Your Meme page.

“Jeremiah Johnson Nod of Approval is a GIF of Robert Redford playing the titular role in the 1972 film Jeremiah Johnson, though oftentimes Redford is mistaken for comedian Zach Galifianakis.”

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u/[deleted] May 02 '22

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u/ok_wynaut May 02 '22

Lmao I had the same exact reaction. It was on TV a few months back and my dad sat down to watch it. Cue me doing the Leo point.

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u/JuzoItami May 02 '22

Sincere and cosy.

Really? Some pretty dark things happened in that movie. You must have been pretty high.

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u/fraise_delicieux11 May 01 '22

Yes! I literally taught my toddler this today, spiders are our friends, they eat the bugs who eat us! Then I told him never to kill them and leave them alone and then we read The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle. Lol

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u/code4109 May 02 '22

what about brown recluse's

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u/sajason May 02 '22 Silver

You bring in wolf spiders to eat those.

So you gotta out-spider the spider.

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u/TheLastDabSauce May 02 '22

There's always a bigger spider

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u/FishKnees May 02 '22

It doesn’t stop until you have one of those birdeaters you keep on a leash

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u/Ikhlas37 May 02 '22

This makes me wonder. if I take the genetically biggest spider and only breed them with the other genetically biggest spiders... in a couple million years would I have a spider mount?

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u/JRStarLord May 02 '22

You play too much Ark Survival

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u/chilldrinofthenight May 02 '22

You planning on living a couple million years?

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u/Ikhlas37 May 02 '22

someone got to be the first

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u/camper_chef May 02 '22

I am always saying this! Leave the timid wolf spiders be. They take care of the ones we really don't want in our house. Of course I'll use that last line now. 😎

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u/Talking_Head May 02 '22

Don’t start shit, there won’t be shit.

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u/chilldrinofthenight May 02 '22

My Mom used to tell us kids "You don't bother it ----- it won't bother you." We used to play in a basement that had Black widow spiders. Never had a problem.

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u/Bitter_Profile_8788 May 02 '22

This is actually kind of wholesome, lol!

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u/camper_chef May 01 '22

This post makes me happy! For many reasons.

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u/Aadi05121 May 01 '22

spidoors are cute tho'

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u/camper_chef May 02 '22

Yay, fellow spider fan! You and I are in the minority.

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u/vhrossi1 May 02 '22

Most insects are cute. Unfortunately I freak out when they touch me or, god forbid, fly towards me.

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u/RedditGuyEpic May 02 '22

Nah bro I saw a silverfish crawl out of my couch and I legit started hunting them because I looked it up and they said when you see one, there’s probably already atleast 10. I only found 5. I still saw more after hunting them.

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u/Nivriil May 01 '22

i wish i could reward those little arachnids

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u/Mr-Sneeze May 02 '22

I fed a house spider with water on the tip of my finger, could see his little mouth pieces moving :)

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u/camper_chef May 02 '22

I've done that too, with moist paper towel mind you, but I love watching them drink water!

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u/Mr-Sneeze May 02 '22

I had like a slight film of water over my finger (he was fairly small) and it was so cool to see it slowly dissappear. And rightt, so adroable imo

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u/RegularHousewife May 01 '22

Get more mosquitoes!

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u/Wild_Fix2436 May 02 '22

Nah, dengue fever must be a threatening issue.

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u/TimeArachnid May 02 '22

happy spider noises

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u/DreadPirateLink May 02 '22

Make them famous at r/spiderbros

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u/mmaxey14 May 01 '22 Take My Energy

Fewer and fewer

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u/AReasonableDude May 02 '22

I'm seeing fewer and fewer less and less.

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u/mythosaz May 02 '22

Jesus man, we already lost whom we can't lose fewer!

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u/ohnowait May 02 '22

That’s funny because the amount of times seeing something is countable, but nobody says “I’m seeing that fewer”.

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u/Appanna May 02 '22

Because that sentence is incomplete. Either "I'm seeing that fewer times" or "I'm seeing that less often".

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u/ohnowait May 02 '22

I’d say “less often” is the far more commonly used of those two examples, and you wouldn’t be corrected to say “fewer times” except by the most annoying English-speaking pedant in the world.

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u/Appanna May 02 '22

Yes less often is more popular, that's why if someone were to be using a incomplete version of that sentence they would say "I'm seeing that less" and it would make sense even if it was something countable cause we interpret it with "often". You seemed to be initially implying that saying "I'm seeing that less" would be incorrect, so I was explaining why it wasn't and why that sentence sounds weird incomplete with fewer...

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u/ohnowait May 02 '22

We agree, and that means the adverb “often” changes the frequency of something happening to an uncountable amount, which is at least interesting, if not funny.

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u/Appanna May 02 '22

As a mathematician who enjoys language (also a singer), yes, it is interesting. Cheers

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u/shawnadelic May 02 '22

I will never not upvote less/fewer pedantry.

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u/budmaashi May 02 '22

It’s important! It’s not pedantry!

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u/pompr May 02 '22

Yeah, words need to mean what they mean. It's fine if meanings change, but it's important to communicate ideas clearly in context. If words mean nothing, then why bother speaking. May as well just grunt and flail our arms around to convey sentiment.

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u/MrStimulus May 02 '22

Yeh made my insides hurt

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u/Talking_Head May 02 '22

Thanks Stannis.

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u/WTF_SilverChair May 02 '22

"What?"

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u/TadRaunch May 02 '22

What ain't no country I ever heard of. They speak English in What?

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u/MrLexPennridge May 02 '22

“Whaa-t?!”

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u/DuGalle May 02 '22

ENGLISH, MOTHERFUCKER, DO YOU SPEAK IT?

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u/DextronautOmega May 02 '22

Nothing

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u/Sagax388 May 02 '22

“Go on, do your duty”

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u/Beef_Johnston May 02 '22

Came here to say this

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u/Chanz May 02 '22

Reddit has a feature for that called the upvote.

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u/Antipotheosis May 02 '22

Stannis Baratheon says "fewer"

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u/Hammerhand231 May 01 '22

This. Mosquitos kill more humans than any other animal, and spiders kill mosquitoes. IE they are solid allies in an ongoing battle to the death

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u/bageltoastee May 02 '22

We should domesticate spiders

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u/what_the_hanky_panky May 02 '22

I don’t know how the fuck that would work but I like the idea!

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u/AllInOnCall May 02 '22

Basically happening with jumping spiders rn

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u/camper_chef May 02 '22

I'm a fan. I say Hi to them. Wave. Ask how their day is. Damn cute little Zebra Jumpers!

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u/alt-art-natedesign May 02 '22

I regard spiders the way a pompous 18th century lord views his servants: they are necessary and important for having a pleasant and well-run household, but part of their job is to stay out of my sight

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u/Octowuss1 May 02 '22

“Fewer and fewer”

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u/Ld862 May 02 '22

Editor here: “…when I notice fewer and fewer mosquitoes.”

I know, I know. I hate people like me too.

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u/MadAzza May 02 '22

Just fyi, an ellipsis is treated like a word, in that it needs a space between it and another word.

— Another editor

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u/sawyouoverthere May 02 '22

Thank you for the something new I had not yet learned today.

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u/equality-_-7-2521 May 02 '22

I don't. You're doing God's work.

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u/[deleted] May 02 '22

Fewer and fewer*

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u/memesupreme83 May 01 '22

So long as there wasn't a spider near my bed, I would let them chill out in my room. It made it so I was actually less afraid of spiders 🕷️

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u/sarcasmcannon May 02 '22

The one who lives in my lamp is named Gary.

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u/Trashfur_ May 02 '22

If only i didnt have arachnophobia

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u/PMmeyourboatpictures May 02 '22

Fewer mosquitoes.

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u/Grumpy_Metrosexual May 02 '22

*fewer and fewer

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u/blood_omen May 02 '22

Haha my new house has a “Michigan basement” and it’s full of small house spiders that me and my wife have named “The Clear Boiz” lol. We have an accords with The Clear Boiz: as long as they stay downstairs, they may live out their lives, unobstructed. But if they come upstairs, the accords are broken and they must be dealt with. I know, it’s dumb, but it’s fun for me and my wife lol

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u/DoctorCrowvar May 02 '22

Everytime I found a spider in my room, the first thing I do is google to see if the spider is lethal poisonous or not. If not, then I just leave a plate with water on top pf a place I don't use and we just kinda chill.

Spiders are brotherhood

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u/Nivriil May 02 '22

English isn't my first language but i heard poisones describes touch it you die and venomous is it bites you you die but apparently it's used interchangeably. why is that? doesn't it make that differentiation useless then?

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u/Sweet_baby_yeeezus May 02 '22

Yo spiders are cool and all but dragonflies are day real MVPs. They are mosquito murdering machines. They can eat hundreds a day. I love sitting on my back patio at dusk and see swarms of dragonflies putting in work of those blood suckers.

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u/The_Illegal_Seagul May 02 '22

See? Finally someone recognizes the value of house spiders 😁👍

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u/palmerense May 02 '22

There was a lizard in my house that crawled on the walls and it would eat so many bugs. One night this cricket kept making so much noise during hours. Then at the usual time the lizard came out for dinner, the cricket went quiet after a few minutes. Loved that little bastard

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u/Fellow_Struggler May 02 '22

“Fewer” - Stannis

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u/Chopper242 May 02 '22

*fewer and fewer

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u/dds120dds120 May 02 '22

Fewer and fewer

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u/StrawberryKiss2559 May 01 '22

Yikes, why do you have mosquitos in your room?

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u/aktrz_ May 02 '22

It's very hard to avoid in a lot of places, even developed nations.

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u/Staebs May 02 '22

This guy is not from a humid country

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u/sawyouoverthere May 02 '22

Sometimes I open the door and go outside, and when I do they sometimes come in.

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u/slade797 May 02 '22

*fewer and fewer

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u/onymousbosch May 02 '22

*fewer and fewer.

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u/Somewhat_understated May 02 '22

Fewer and fewer.

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u/FattyMooseknuckle May 02 '22

“Fewer and fewer” - Stannis Baratheon

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u/second_budd May 02 '22

All fun and games until you feel a tickling sensation on your face when u sleep

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u/Strong_Paint_4324 May 02 '22

My cat was trained from birth to murder insects. She brings them to me as trophies where they are exchanged for treats

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u/Nivriil May 02 '22

insect economy

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u/gorgeouslychey May 02 '22

As long as they stay away from my bed 🫠

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u/Brocephus70 May 02 '22

You have mosquitos in your room??

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u/InternationalComb166 May 01 '22

The family of daddy long legs that I feed whenever I killed some pesky insects..

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u/DINOMITE29 May 01 '22

This is why I’m not bothered when I see spider chillin in its web. When it’s a something like a Wolf Spider on the other hand….

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u/ArugulaEmergency7662 May 01 '22

Oh great! Now I've got to watch Jeremiah Johnson!!

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u/TheRedSpyy115 May 02 '22

All I ever see here in Florida are wolf spiders. And I'm convinced they're too busy carrying hundreds of babies on their backs to actually to anything

Once in a while I see black widows or brown recluses, but those are kill on sight

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u/oakyafterbirth5300 May 02 '22

Is that Zach Galifianakis or Mark Hamill? /s

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u/blood_omen May 02 '22

Zark Gallifinhamill

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u/wataha May 02 '22

Mach Hamilinakis

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u/Due_Environment_9606 May 02 '22

Is this from call of the wild I recognize the clip but cannot place it.

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u/InFresno May 02 '22

🎶Jeremiah Johnson made his way into the mountains... Plannin' on forgetin' all the trouble that he knew...🎵

Great Lumet film.

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u/CropDuster921 May 02 '22

The enemy of the enemy is thy friend