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#305 - censing (07/01/2012) [-]
I once had a spider in my house I called Clarence. The first day I saw him I said to myself, 'okay, if you stay on the ceiling then fine. As soon as you come down I'ma kill your ass'.
After a week, Clarence had remained on the ceiling. He moved from corner to corner a lot, but never came down. He even killed a fly or two, which was nice.
Then about a week and a half later he was nowhere to be seen. I didn't take much notice, until late one night I saw him sitting on the handle of the fridge. I went to bed, then when I woke up the next day he was nowhere to be seen. I never saw Clarence again.

But he did leave me a going away present, a fly glued with web to my ceiling. I know he was probably just trying to say 'thank you', but murder is pretty damn illegal and I'd rather not have people thinking I'd committed the crime.
So, FJ... What's the best way to dispose of a dead body?
#331 to #305 - midboe (08/04/2012) [-]
Is the fly still hanging there as a memory of Clarence?
User avatar #332 to #331 - censing (08/04/2012) [-]
All this happened in my Uni accommodation, which I moved out of about 2 months ago

But yes, I left the fly there :)
It's the cleaners problem now.
User avatar #333 to #332 - midboe (08/04/2012) [-]
I had to ask even though it was a months old comment lol.
I can relate because normally i try to free small critters, not kill them. Their lives might be short and "meaningless" but i just feel best doing it that way.
#335 to #333 - censing (08/04/2012) [-]
User avatar #336 to #335 - midboe (08/04/2012) [-]
Yep, i have nothing against spiders.
I hate wasps though, holy **** i hate them lol, even though i find them interesting.
#334 to #333 - censing (08/04/2012) [-]
Yeah, even some spiders can be cute :3
Yeah, even some spiders can be cute :3
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