For the Glory of Satan of Course!

Chest deep, I risked my phone’s life to take this

Chest deep, I risked my phone’s life to take this

curlyawesomeness:

jesus, i swear to your dad, you better drop that attitude

curlyawesomeness:

jesus, i swear to your dad, you better drop that attitude

xtoxictears:

iprefergin:

Spider season has begun! Please find it in your heart to be nice to these poor misunderstood little dudes! The most common house spider the Tegenaria duellica is likely to be a lovelorn male looking for romance… Give him a name and make friends :) help bath bound spiders climb to freedom and resume their quest by leaving a towel over the side. House spiders in the UK are harmless and will thank you for letting them share your home buy getting rid of the rest of those creepy crawly squatters for you, they are particularly fond of clothes moths too. While I can sympathise for people with actual genuine fobias and understand you may not want them around. If you can’t do it yourself get someone else to catch them gently with a glass and paper being super carful with those little legs, then set them outside to be on their way. :) please don’t kill them!! you will break my heart and I will curse you so that your firstborn child will turn into a spider on their 16th birthday and then maybe you might have to learn to love them…

^ I agree with all! I’ve been finding tonnes of these in the house lately and I just find them somewhere quiet to live (I don’t like putting them outside incase they get old or rained on) but if you really don’t like them please don’t kill them.;o; Just pop ‘em outside.

xtoxictears:

iprefergin:

Spider season has begun! Please find it in your heart to be nice to these poor misunderstood little dudes! The most common house spider the Tegenaria duellica is likely to be a lovelorn male looking for romance… Give him a name and make friends :) help bath bound spiders climb to freedom and resume their quest by leaving a towel over the side. House spiders in the UK are harmless and will thank you for letting them share your home buy getting rid of the rest of those creepy crawly squatters for you, they are particularly fond of clothes moths too. While I can sympathise for people with actual genuine fobias and understand you may not want them around. If you can’t do it yourself get someone else to catch them gently with a glass and paper being super carful with those little legs, then set them outside to be on their way. :) please don’t kill them!! you will break my heart and I will curse you so that your firstborn child will turn into a spider on their 16th birthday and then maybe you might have to learn to love them…

^ I agree with all! I’ve been finding tonnes of these in the house lately and I just find them somewhere quiet to live (I don’t like putting them outside incase they get old or rained on) but if you really don’t like them please don’t kill them.;o; Just pop ‘em outside.

favabean05:

A very accurate depiction of a cat owner.

steampunktendencies:

Treehouse, Redmond, USA, by Steve Rondel http://goo.gl/B4RMuF

Steve Rondel’s children grew up before he could finish this exeptional treehouse. He started it 20 years ago when his oldest son was 5. Now he is looking for grandchildren to give him an excuse to push on.”