Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Spied 'er? I don't even KNOW 'er!

This sumnabeetch lives on our balcony. One night he spun a web right in front of the balcony door, as if to catch an unsuspecting human being exiting the apartment. Which he did. After I destroyed his web with my face, he rebuilt in a more people-friendly location - at the far side of our little outdoor penalty box. I didn't have the heart to send him packing. Instead, I took glamour shots.

I call this one, "Brazen Spread-Eagle Hussy". Available in wallet size or 8 x 10.

8 comments:

CQ said...

Funny, that's what I call my husband's girlfriend...

Ma Horton said...

.okay now I am laughing ........

Amazon Woman said...

Too funny CQ!

Keep smilin!

JB said...

Yes, that whole "oh, what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive" seems almost too appropriate sometimes, eh, CQ?

Then there's that little poem that goes "the itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the rain and washed the spider out".

Obviously, some spiders just need to learn to find their own water spouts, and leave other people's water spouts alone.

Ma Horton said...

.okay laughing again !

Maria said...

lol too funny. Who would have known Nat's spider picture would drum up these kind of comments...hehehe

CQ said...

JB, you are so right. When the proverbial crap hits the fan, they'll need all the water in the spout to clean up the mess.

Angry Gnome said...

Maybe he can live with the spider that is, honestly, the size of my hand that lives in my parents house. Now, I won't lie to you, I do have small hands but I'm not like a pygmy or something equally as small.