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Animals (the type with 4 legs lol)

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WinterWren
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25 posted 01-14-2003 10:10 PM       View Profile for WinterWren   Email WinterWren   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit WinterWren's Home Page   View IP for WinterWren

You LIKE spiders and stuff?? Yuck, yuck, yuck!

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26 posted 01-14-2003 10:52 PM       View Profile for Kosetsu   Email Kosetsu   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kosetsu

lol...what? Creepy-crawlies are cool. Spiders rock. If you've ever had you hands tied with one of those knots that tightens the more you struggle to free yourself, you have an idea of what it would be like to be caught in a spider's web.

She's a dominating, seductive murderer. She lets her victim bring themselves upon their own demise. Only when they're too far in to escape does she reveal to them the error of their ways, and with it, their punishment.

The scorpion, on the other hand, is the brutish male, striking fast and hard. But it too yields an important lesson: beware the small and seemingly meek, for they strike with the deadliest of poisons.

*coughs* Erm...cue end of romanticizing the critters.

Creepy-crawlies still rock.
-Adam
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27 posted 01-15-2003 01:22 AM       View Profile for Skyfire   Email Skyfire   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Skyfire

Adam, you're twisted
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28 posted 01-15-2003 07:28 PM       View Profile for WinterWren   Email WinterWren   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit WinterWren's Home Page   View IP for WinterWren

I still don't like spiders, or scorpions for that matter. I know it's a rather unreasoning fear, spiders are sooo many times smaller than me, but I still don't like 'em. That was cool tho about the whole small and meek and deadly poision thing, I like that LOL! What should we call your movie? Romancing the Creepy Crawlies? rofl.

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29 posted 01-16-2003 06:23 PM       View Profile for Android 17   Email Android 17   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Android 17's Home Page   View IP for Android 17

He's not twisted---he's Industrial!

You know the day's gonna be bad, when you start it off---with Sephiroth at your door, demanding his toaster back...

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30 posted 01-16-2003 11:01 PM       View Profile for Kosetsu   Email Kosetsu   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Kosetsu

Yeah...the thing about small scorpions is true. Actually, it's more about the size of the pincer than the size of the scorpion itself. A scorpion with larger pincers isn't near as poisonous as one with tiny pincers. Helpful if you're ever in the desert, I guess.

A fear of spiders is justified, I suppose...what creature would not be terrified of a being so many times smaller than themselves, but often so many times deadlier? Take the Black Widow. She needs no explanation.  Guess I just find it more intriguing to admire her for her deadliness, than to fear her for it.

And to Rhonda, thank you ever so much.

-Adam

What meaning has a rose when its thorns bear no blood?

 
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