i don’t understand anti blogs like?? i hate spiders but do you see me running a blog about them???? no??? why would i do that??? i hate them!! i wanna talk as little as possible about them!!!!!!! so my theory is that antis are larries unconsciously.. embrace the gay little fellas embrace it
(first of : omg i got 192 notes on my frisk and chara cosplay omg i’m so proud *-*)
Like i promissed : SPIDER BABY MUFFET :D the top eye was annoying to make af but i think it turned out pretty well n-n. Also ! The first time i did something with face paint ...the bathroom was a fricking mess !
My siblings said i looked like a failed crystal gem fusion from steven universe X3 gotta love them x3.
i’m happy to finally have this scorpio races print by maggie-stiefvater smiling down at me from my bedroom wall. it is not yet known if it will give me nightmares about homicidal horses, although that is inconsequential.
While not usually considered paragons of tender, familial love, some spiders do have a touchy-feely side. Scientists have discovered two arachnids that caress their young and snuggle together.
In a display of familial tenderness, a mother amblypygid sits above with her seven-month-old offspring. The arachnid’s whip-like legs are touching one another.
“This was the best example I had ever seen of friendly behavior in an arachnid,” said lead study author Linda Rayor, a Cornell University entomologist. “I was amazed at how incredibly interactive the groups are. They are in constant tactile contact with one another. They are constantly exploring one another and interacting with their siblings."
Observed in glass houses, the two arachnid families were often seen engaging in sibling-sibling and mother-baby interactions. In one experiment, the siblings were removed from a familiar cage and placed randomly into a large unfamiliar cage. Within minutes, they gathered back together.
Mothers of both species nurtured their young. Often, the mama whip spider would sit in the middle of her offspring and slowly stroke their bodies and whips with her own feelers.
Imagine Person A wants to surprise Person B by coming home early (from work, a long trip, etc.). They walk into the living room to find Person B curled up into a blanket burrito, asleep. They pick up the wrapped up Person B, sit down, and lay Person B delicately on their lap and wait for them to wake up.
They don’t creep me out at all, in fact I find them rather cute. Whenever I find one in an unexpected place, like in the bathtub or on the dinner table, I just try to pick the little thing up and move it somewhere safer so it won’t drown. :3
I also love snails. I don’t see why we need to kill them to protect the garden, after all to them it looks like we just set up an exotic feast–and to LOOK at it of all things! That’s why when I find a snail I do the same thing I do with spiders; I pick them up carefully and plop them somewhere safer.
I DON’T KNOW I JUST LOVE TINY, CREEPY ANIMALS. I don’t really get why so many people dislike them, but that’s okay. I’ll just choose to move them around rather than kill them >w<