Help! Spider in my room and I can’t find it!?
I’ve been up all night because I spotted a huge spider in my room and before I got the chance to kill it, it disappeared. What do I do? I’ve basically torn apart my room and I still can’t find it! It was right next to my bed!
- 2 years ago
Sleep Well Tonight
- Anonymous2 years ago
It's probably just George - He gets lost easy. Just send him home.
- MARKLv 72 years ago
I am confused by your question. If you cannot find your room how do you know there is a spider in it?
- daniel gLv 72 years ago
I will bet that spider didn't bother you at all until you spotted it. Won't bother you now. If the commotion didn't have it run for the next county, Just forget about it, deal with it next time you see it.
I haven't intentionally killed a spiders in, oh, 6 decades now.
I will take your spider for my room, all out of them this year.
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- ToddLv 72 years ago
Slow, fast, or jumper? Body shape, color, signs on the body? It's just a spider. I had one land on my hat once at a party. Everybody freaked out. I just shook it off. The thing is, spiders don't really like humans and stay away as best they can. The guy that landed on my hat probably though I was a piece of furniture. I have funnel web spiders that made the basement their home in this house. You never see them out and about, but you know they do leave their webs every once in a while. If yours is dark and slow, probably a normal type of harmless house spider. If it is thin and a sprinter with markings, it's probably kin to a grass spider, also harmless and skittish.
- SeaLv 42 years ago
Well at this point, check the bottom of your slipper or shoe. Or he also could've been scared to death by now since you may've destroyed his habitat/web. I think your safe.
- brettLv 62 years ago
They usually don't make any noise. Relax!