Spood?

Iamconstantlyhappy

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I've been keeping ts for a while now, but what in the <edit> is a spood?

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mack1855

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Its just a fun reference to spiders/tarantulas.Think kitten/kitty.A form of endearment,when talking about T,s.
Tonque-in -cheek.Lightharded reference.
 

Royalty

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I remember it was either my brother or some other kid that called them "biders" (biters).
 

RoachCoach

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Wait till you get into the solpugids. Anyone in the west calls them and the night spiders, patient/customer repellant.
 

AphonopelmaTX

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Wait till you get into the solpugids. Anyone in the west calls them and the night spiders, patient/customer repellant.
Out of curiosity, why would you refer to just the family Solpugidae and not all arachnids in the order Solifugae?
 

Matt Man

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snake - snek, danger noodle
Spider - Spooder, Spood

kids these days
and get off my lawn
 

CommanderBacon

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I feel like "spood" is just a stop on the path from being a hater to calling all of your inverts "specimens". It makes me cringe these days but I know it means that the people using it think they are cute, so that's okay.

As a serial word mutilator, I casually refer to them as "spode" or "spide" or "spid", but "spooder" is no longer tenable for me, personally.
 

PanzoN88

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Don’t know where the term came from, nor do I care since I don’t use it. I do however find the term annoying especially when it comes to questions regarding informational topics.
 
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