Posted by sean on June 18, 2011 at 4:38 pm in Spiders with No Comments

In my ongoing war on terror against spiders, I ordered a gadget from the internet which allows the evil eight-legged monsters to be caught. At the moment, whenever I spot a spider in my flat, I spray it with insect killer. While this results in the death of the spider, there is a five minute spell following the spraying where it goes literally berserk. The spider shows no fear and is no doubt extremely dangerous. I call this death rage. This is very frightening and I also feel a little sorry for the spider.

The new “toy”, which today came in the post, is a spider catcher. I am assured it is very effective and does not kill the spider, which I guess is a good thing. You can see it in action on YouTube. The only problem is, I will need to get within a foot of the spider. I think I can pluck up the courage to do this, but if it starts running with it’s horrible legs, there could be a problem for me!

On the plus side, I have now had the spider catcher in my flat for 3 hours and I am yet to see a spider, so it must be working.

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