Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123

First kill of the season.

  1. #51
    Vaders_Pet
    Guest

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Ok, where do i start...
    1)We have the top three most venomous spiders in the world.
    2) somewhere around the top three out of 5 most venomous snakes in th eworld.
    3) 4 species (roundabouts) of man eating shark.
    4) Portuguese man of war, otherwise known as the box jellyfish.
    5) Crocodiles.
    6) Dingoes
    7) Stonefish
    8) Blue ringed octopus.
    9) Pauline Hanson (Look it up)
    10) Giant Squid (we share/ have custody of with new zealand)
    11) Goannas.
    12) Wombats. While not aggressive, if they decide to headbut your knees you will lose them or if you run one over kiss the bottom of your car goodbye.
    13) Kangaroos that Kamakazie in front of high speed cars.
    14) Magpies that are mostly dangerous to the young and the elderly. Can be mistaken for a German Stouker diverbomber when attacking.
    15) Bogans, otherwise known as "westies" or "yobbos" Often seen hanging around in shopping centers with butt hanging out of pants (visual assault) chain smoking (cancer causing) noise polluters. See also CUBBIES, aka Cashed Up Bogans. Much like their cousins except more money to waste on useless stuff.

    To sum up: Everything here hates us, wants to maim, kill, eat, poison, steal our babies or otherwise harm us. God's lucky country indeed, but i wouldn't live anywhere else.
    Last edited by Vaders_Pet; May 7, 2008 at 4:45 AM.

  2. #52
    Vaders_Pet
    Guest

    Re: First kill of the season.

    double post, whoops. :P

  3. #53
    jenchuan's Avatar
    Member Since
    Mar 2004
    From
    Rich City, Tenyucky
    Posts
    349

    Re: First kill of the season.

    I just had my first kill of the season!! a HUGE brown recluse spider!!! Oh MY GOD!!!!!!! That thing had to be at least 3 inches across!!!!!!!!!!! It's body had to be as long as a quarter!!!!!!!!!

    I hope I can sleep after that. My nerves are completely shot!!!!!!!

    Nothing like waking up to go to the bathroom and seeing one of those on the bathroom wall!!

  4. #54
    I helped at SDCC '08 GCNgamer128's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2006
    From
    Las Vegas, Nevada USA
    Posts
    5,520

    Re: First kill of the season.

    So as I'm walking to class today, I feel something pinch my tongue, then the roof of my mouth, I spit into my hand, and oh my, somehow a spider had gotten into my mouth.

    I don't know what kind of spider it was, but it was small and black/brown. I flipped out as soon as I realised what happened, and then I started to suck my mouth as much as I could to remove any and all venom that was injected. Last I knew, I was in the hallway spitting for about 3 minutes.

    My tongue right now has a little sore on the side, the roof of my mouth is fine though.

  5. #55
    Myles's Avatar
    Member Since
    Oct 2007
    From
    Southern, Utah
    Posts
    160

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Well here in southern UT, we get the dozen or more black widows, wolf spiders, bees, paper wasps stuff like that, luckily at my house we've only encountered 2 scorpions in the past 19 years, just scooped'em up in a jar and let'em go someplace out in da hills,I did almost sit on one while repelling one day. I have caught and released several good sized tarantulas, two of em about 6-7 inches across, they were pretty cool.

    I wouldn't consider them a pest but, every year we get 1 or 2 hummingbirds that nest in our yard, I love watch'n them hover around, and love the sounds they make.

    Oh anyone have any good ways of get'n rid of goffers? I've tried traps, and soon the hose/drowing, but was wondering if anyone had so better way of doing it?

  6. #56

    Re: First kill of the season.

    I HATE creapy critters!, The fact that I live in a bacement and I know theres spiders in my room, I need to do something this year cause last year the spiders got really bad outside, when the nights get really humid they like to come out and infest my porch.

    Of all the things I cna not stand its spiders.

  7. #57
    Flettch's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2008
    From
    Palombia
    Posts
    220

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Spiders and wasps are the worst for me, I become completely irrational if they are around..! I have walked in on a jaguar in the night once, that was quite a cold-sweating adrenalin kick one could say.

  8. #58
    jenchuan's Avatar
    Member Since
    Mar 2004
    From
    Rich City, Tenyucky
    Posts
    349

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Gophers? I heard that putting chewing gum down into the holes helps. They can't digest it and it blocks up the digestive system. Sounds strange, but apparently it works.

  9. #59
    Jango's kid's Avatar
    Member Since
    Nov 2002
    From
    SW Minnesota, very small town
    Posts
    2,517

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Myles said: View Post
    Oh anyone have any good ways of get'n rid of goffers? I've tried traps, and soon the hose/drowing, but was wondering if anyone had so better way of doing it?
    What kind fo gophers???? Up here in MN we have a few kinds...(pocket gophers, striped gophers etc. I used to trap pocket gophers for local farmers as a kid. I was actually quite good at it!!! (those are the kind that make the great big mounds that plug up farm machinery) I'm not shure on the other kinds, but if they are are pocket gophers I can definately tell you how to get rid of those.
    D

  10. #60
    Myles's Avatar
    Member Since
    Oct 2007
    From
    Southern, Utah
    Posts
    160

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Gum ey? would never of thought of that lol. hhhmm not realy sure wat kinda gophers, the holes arn't that big, maybe a little larger than a fist. My dad set traps wit out me knowing and they didn't work, the dang thing just plug the holes and made a new one lol, so before I move in again I thought I'd get some help. Thanx jenchuan, and Jango's kid i sent pm.

  11. #61
    I helped at SDCC '08 Bountyone's Avatar
    Member Since
    Aug 2007
    From
    San Diego. CA/ Hertfordshire, England
    Posts
    1,176

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Out here in So Cal when we had the nasty fires, it brought out the worst as far as creatures are concerned. we had Snakes, Coyotes and even Mountain lions were spotted in my area. we have at least several maulings a years by Mountains lions. this happens often when people get the urge to go for a run or hike in the valleys??
    I lived in Arizona for a while and we had an episode with scorpions. we had an apartment in Tempe where the city workers were digging up the roads and they came in and decided to nest in our place. we were told to use a blacklight to find them and when we did, holy cow, there must have been close to 60 in our place alone. they were everywhere!!! in our bed, our closets, shoes, bathroom and kitchen. I don't know how we never got stung and I kept those things in a jar outside. there were even big scorpions with little babys on thier backs. I had an Indian buddy who came over for a couple of beers and when he saw the jar, he pulled the biggest one out and let him sting his hand about a half a dozen times. nothing happen to him at all, crazy bastard.

  12. #62

    Re: First kill of the season.

    I would rather put up with big animals that could rip my head off than little multy or no legged creatures.

    *shutter*

  13. #63
    slavefive's Avatar
    Member Since
    Aug 2004
    From
    the OC
    Posts
    627

    Re: First kill of the season.

    ...do annoying Jedis count???

  14. #64
    I helped at SDCC '08 GCNgamer128's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2006
    From
    Las Vegas, Nevada USA
    Posts
    5,520

    Re: First kill of the season.

    slavefive said: View Post
    ...do annoying Jedis count???
    Is Sunrider Base really that big of a nuisance?

  15. #65
    Sareth Dorn's Avatar
    Member Since
    Mar 2008
    From
    Arkansas
    Posts
    167

    Re: First kill of the season.

    GCNgamer128 said: View Post
    So as I'm walking to class today, I feel something pinch my tongue, then the roof of my mouth, I spit into my hand, and oh my, somehow a spider had gotten into my mouth.

    I don't know what kind of spider it was, but it was small and black/brown. I flipped out as soon as I realised what happened, and then I started to suck my mouth as much as I could to remove any and all venom that was injected. Last I knew, I was in the hallway spitting for about 3 minutes.

    My tongue right now has a little sore on the side, the roof of my mouth is fine though.
    I think finding a spider in my mouth would traumatize me. My mum told me about a little kid who came into the hospital complaining of an ear ache. They found two spiders in his ear that had been biting him. Nasty little buggers.

  16. #66
    formerly Sgt. Skirata Huntman's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2006
    Posts
    1,186

    Re: First kill of the season.

    got black widows here. Nasty buggers

  17. #67

    Member Since
    Jul 2007
    From
    Centreville, Virginia, United States
    Posts
    45

    Re: First kill of the season.

    GCNgamer128 said: View Post
    Well the end of winter means that it is heating up outside, and heat means scorpions are looking for a cool place to live. So why not in my house?

    I smashed this little bugger the other day, and ran into another one this evening. What kind of crazy critters live in your area?


    Poor Scorpion. (I love Scorpions)

  18. #68

    Member Since
    Jul 2007
    From
    Centreville, Virginia, United States
    Posts
    45

    Re: First kill of the season.

    Sareth Dorn said: View Post
    I think finding a spider in my mouth would traumatize me. My mum told me about a little kid who came into the hospital complaining of an ear ache. They found two spiders in his ear that had been biting him. Nasty little buggers.

    ...I love Spiders too, my favorite is the Sydney Funnel-Web. XD

Similar Threads

  1. Is Season 2 on???
    By Trooper937 in forum Star Wars Costumes
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: Oct 29, 2009, 11:38 AM
  2. Kill Stripe Paradoxon
    By Wolfi in forum Boba Fett Helmet
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: Jul 6, 2008, 5:01 AM
  3. kill marks
    By BANDITZ in forum Boba Fett Helmet
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: Jul 18, 2005, 10:28 AM
  4. I am going to kill my JP, help!
    By OPPI in forum Jango Fett Costume
    Replies: 23
    Last Post: Apr 19, 2005, 10:31 PM
  5. Help with the kill stripes.....pic
    By Kripps in forum Boba Fett Helmet
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: Mar 10, 2005, 8:12 PM
  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •