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*runs around trying to stomp on the spiders*  :grr:

 

AHHH!!  Kill them, kill them!!!  :blink:

 

Oh ... they aren't real?  :blush:

 

Great job!

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...Are they on the ALDI brand paper towels?

 

Sorry, but this made me laugh as it's the most random question for mini painting show-off I've ever read.  :lol:

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I swear I have a spider just like that living in the window frame next to my painting station.  Really well done! I bet if you took some pictures of these things on the floor or something you could pass them off as real and scare the jeebus out of people.

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I swear I have a spider just like that living in the window frame next to my painting station.  

 

Inside or outside your home?  :unsure:

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Wow! Those look way more realistic than I would have thought possible from the stock photo!  Very nice job!  

 

I went camping with friends in Arizona last summer, and one of my friends woke up with a tarantula in his tent.  It looked just like one of those guys.

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I went camping with friends in Arizona last summer, and one of my friends woke up with a tarantula in his tent. It looked just like one of those guys.

He just wanted to snuggle...

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Ha!!. Standard issue towels: paper type. One each.

 

Thanks folks! I did scare my step daughter with it. Her eyes got huge. Mean yes...but funny in a sadistic sort of way.

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I went camping with friends in Arizona last summer, and one of my friends woke up with a tarantula in his tent. It looked just like one of those guys.

He just wanted to snuggle...

 

 

Indeed!  My friend was SO thankful that he didn't notice the spider until he woke up in the morning, and that it was at the far end of his tent when he did see it.  If he'd woken up to it "snuggling" him in the middle of the night.....*shudders*

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