There are just so many spiders here that unless they are jumping on my face, I just ignore them. But I am comforted by the thought that they will all disappear when winter comes.
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The thing I dislike the most about warmer seasons are the bugs..
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You’re probably better off just ignoring the spiders anyway since they prey on other insect pests, even though they are scary looking 🙂
I can ignore them when they’re outside. But if they’re inside my house. . . I freak out and attack them. (Die, spider, die!)
Ahh we get those little black jumping spiders in Japan too! I hate them!
I say the same thing about mosquitoes every year.
That’s what I always say to myself when I see a creepy crawly. They all die in the winter. But I still kill centipedes because they are disgusting and do not belong in my apartment. >:|
I am impressed with your ability to ignore. Don’t think I could. That is the sad thing about living in a temperate climate…the bugs are year-round. My consolation is that at least they are in smaller numbers.
This reminds me of the spider I saw in my bathroom today. I rather just leave them be since I’m too afraid of them. Unfortunately where I live it doesn’t get very cold and the bugs stay all year :/
Hey Nicola, try putting table salt in the corners and sills and anywhere you want a perimeter. It’s a non toxic pest control, I use it all the time being in Florida!
I’ve almost started naming the spiders in my house.
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