Tuesday, September 4, 2007

EEEEWWWW!!! CREEPY!


ACK!ACK!ACK!! The underbelly of the spider! That gives me the CREEPS! ugh! Click the pic and make it huge!! {{{shivers}}}
In lieu of something stamped...LOL

14 comments:

Kim said...

Horrifying! That better not be on my side of the mailbox!

Carol Dunstan said...

(in my best Mick Dundee voice) you call that a spider? This is a spider http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e36/luincaran/spider.jpg
I know many will agree with you, but spiders don't really creep me out (though I am concerned about the poisonous ones)

Tandra said...

Carol that is UG-LY!!! Tarantula??? grek!!!!

Patricia said...

save it for Halloween!

~* Tracy *~ said...

EEK!!! LOL you are too funny!!

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

That would give me the creeps too! Yuck!

Kristina Lewis said...

Is that a real spider?? Oh my! What kind is it?? I HATE spiders!!

Tandra said...

Oh YAH its real!! lol I could barely stand to get 6" away for the pic!!
I think its *just* a garden spidey. Last year we had one that had yellow and blue legs. A few months back Sharon Harnist (I think) posted on the same looking spider, and someone said it was a garden spider. Still....
I used to watch that GIANT spider movie when I was a kid, where it eats th epeople of th etown. It was in B/W I think!! LOL Yah but Im NOT that old- reruns...lol

Carol Dunstan said...

Tandra your spider looks like some type of orb weaver... but then we probably have very different spiders to you! The one i posted a photo of is a giant water spider from what we could tell, my sister took the photo and estimated it was bigger than a man's hand...

StamperSharon said...

See? They are creepy BIG, aren't they? Ick! Guess they are not just native to Texas, LOL!

Dana said...

*giggle* I LOVE spiders, and am so impressed with this close-up shot! Nice.

Rose Ann said...

Creepy, but good for the garden..I hear. ;)

Godelieve said...

Good to see that I'm not the only one who takes pictures of spiders ;)
Spider

The Stampin' Soldier said...

We used to have a "pet" spider like this. We called it a "zipper spider".