- Aug 31, 2012
I'm going to be honest. I'm laughing at you, not with you. HahahaSo here is the story. It's more boring than it appears.
I was sitting crossed legged while doing maintenance this morning just when I woke up. Well my pedipalp plopped out of my pajama shorts. My B. abiloposum was kicking hairs. The hairs got stuck the webbing attached to my spider. The spider ran out of the enclosure and dove into my dousing rod while tangling her hairy web through my fertile meadow.
Long story short, I am currently wearing mittens.
It's okay, I'm laughing with you...at me.I'm going to be honest. I'm laughing at you, not with you. Hahaha
"Honey, I didn't cheat on you. It was the tarantula; I swear."It is hard to type and itch at the same time.
And now I know@Leila you don't know about the duct tape? It's a good way to get rid of urticating hairs. When you've been haired, apply tape to the area and pull it off again.
Of course, with Gypsy being haired in a rather sensitive area, duct tape may not be the best option