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Old Jul 3, 18, 4:53 am
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Originally Posted by Woodbinerich View Post


Actually, I saw the thread title . I was half expecting (?hoping ) for tales of snoring , funny smells or obnoxious behaviour.
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Old Jul 3, 18, 5:59 am
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Has anyone seen my emotional comfort spider?
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Old Jul 3, 18, 6:40 am
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It certainly would be easier to travel with than this emotional support peacock...
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Old Jul 3, 18, 12:33 pm
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Did it enjoy a PDB (Pre-Departure Bug)?
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Old Jul 3, 18, 12:37 pm
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Originally Posted by mike&co View Post



You were saying.....Huntsman spider (not to be messed with) on a flight from Sydney to Germany ��

That's a huntsman. They're fast, beautiful spiders who pounce on insects to eat them, but spin no webs. Humans have nothing to fear from them.

I regret how many huntsmen died in my house in Aus due to the insect killing treatments we had applied to it.
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Old Jul 3, 18, 6:02 pm
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Would be more concerned if it was a LH jet on it's way back from SYD...
That doesn't count as a spider in Australia
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Old Jul 4, 18, 4:19 am
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Originally Posted by GoldCanyon340 View Post
That doesn't count as a spider in Australia


That's not a spider...


...that's a spider.
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Old Jul 4, 18, 4:41 am
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Originally Posted by PaulMSN View Post
That's not a spider...


...that's a spider.
Again. An adorable huntsman spider. These are your best friends!!!!!!

It's these .......s you have to be careful of:
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Old Jul 4, 18, 5:23 pm
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Originally Posted by Steve in Olympia View Post
As I have previously noted, a few years ago, a large black tarantula crawled across the duvet covering my chest on a LHR-SEA flight, in First.

Yes, I have witnesses.
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Old Jul 4, 18, 9:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Globaliser View Post
Although I understand the jest, there's a naughty part of me that would like to see her try.

I cannot lie. I had a witty response but it died at the point I saw the 'emotional peacock' a couple of posts below. My giggles like a member of the opposite sex of school age are making anything else impossible at this current time.

Normal, pointless and irrelevant, service shall resume shortly
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