Talk:Spider

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edit René or Renée ?

This is a spider living in my home. I call it René or Renée, because I do not know it's gender:

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Ren(é)e

In the picture it takes a midnight stroll around the ceiling. I leave cheese out for it at night but the cheese never is nibbled in the morning. Perhaps if I put the cheese on the ceiling ? Anyway, feel free to use this image on your page (or not). I have about ten more, 254o x 1960 pixels (or somehat thereabouts). I made this and the other pictures myself so it is free of copyright. Holler of you need more of them --di Mario 19:49, 8 May 2006 (UTC)
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edit Spider/scorpion image

"Is there someone who can photoshop just the top picture and ditch the bottom on? Thanks"

Do you mean just like this? It ought to be a simple enough matter to 'shop out the text too if you'd like that gone. Rabbi Techno Icons-flag-gb kvetch Icon rabbi Contribs Foxicon FOXES 13:04, May 25, 2010 (UTC)

In addition to (the asspider's) natural habitat, it should be clarified that they (the asspider either known as Rene or Renee) live in cold, dark, damp climates, and toilet rimss provide just the right atmosphere. I discovered this after having spent several days in a hospital emergency room and just before death, butt in-between gaseously floating to the brightlights, I buttered to my doctor in a gasp that I had been away on business, had taken a flight from Indonesia, changing planes in Singapore, butt before returning home I had read about ssnakes that bitess the people of Thailand on the behind. Promptly, my doctor drove out to the nearesst restaurant (I believe it was a Whataburger), went into the restroom, and lifted the toilet seat and under the seat, out of normal view, was a small ssnake that says it had seen a asspider earlier in the week, butt left. This is clearly evidence if not circumstantial or elementary whatnots of the known natural habitat or habitatss of the asspider.

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