Notable Comment: Thalliadruid says "The swallowing x number of spiders thing may be a made up statistic, but I have definitely had some night-time spider-in-mouth encounters, usually ending in me waking up choking, spitting out a wet mangled spider, then flushing it down the toilet before gargling with large quantities of listerine. Or if it was a big spider, whiskey. I remember in biology we learned that some bug-types are attracted to carbon dioxide, breath and skin odor, and moisture (which includes both slobber and perspiration). So I totally believe spiders sometimes try nesting in our mouths. It can't just be that my breath smells of crickets. Surely my boyfriend would have said something by now." That is totally, and completely gross. Also, if your boyfriend is okay with the fact that you, evidently, cough up spiders of varying size on a regular basis, it doesn't sound like he's the kind of guy who'll get hung up on a little spider breath.
The 10 Most Terrifying Video Game Enemies of All Time
Doesn't matter what new systems come out, with their fancy updated realistic graphics--nothing will make us s**t our pants quite like that damned Paperboy dog.
Notable Comment: Darkhorse08817 whines "Geez, I have no clue that half of those games ever existed, let alone were such a fad for a while that some people can process references to them 10-20 years after their release date. I feel kinda left out... until I remember that I actually had more fun as a teenager chasing p***y and raising hell than I would've if I'd cooped myself up w/ a buncha geeks clicking on a game console for hours on end :D" Well, sorry to disappoint, Darkhorse. All the same, thanks for taking time away from your busy p***y-chasing and hell-raising schedule to post a long, detailed paragraph for a buncha geeks to read. And hate.