Freda The Pride Spider is here! She may seem shy at first, but she’ll never turn down a chance to show off! Take her home and display her where everyone will see her and know how proud she is of you and how excited she is to make more LGBTQ+ friends! She’s ready and waiting for someone to come and take her home, and patiently awaiting a new friend to celebrate with! Adopt her so that she can have the joy of being a part of your chosen family and always be there to remind you that you are loved and accepted! She’s ready for a forever home full of love, care, and LGBTQ+ pride and shenanigans!
She’s 20.00USD on my Etsy shop and for 2$ extra she can be shipped to you in a box that has been festively packed with GLITTER and other gay, colorful bits!!!
She was a charm to make, and it’ll be sad to see her go, but I’ll be less sad if you get the festive shipping, yanno, because it’ll be fun to pack and stuff… ;p
There’s only one of this pride baby, so if you like her, you’re gonna wanna snap her up quick!
I am wondering what feature/ and or behavior spiders have that makes them so “creepy” or disliked. Is it that they have different mouth parts/ fangs? The many legs/ feelers they have? The many eyes? The way they catch their prey? How they “devour” insects/ whatever prey they eat? The fact that there is a specific fear of spiders? I guess I wouldn’t know, because i can look at arachnids without fear, tarantulas have that fuzzy look, and many peacock spiders have larger eyes to bring a cute appeal (the kawaii spiders of the arachnid world lol)… one day I would like to own a pet Chilean Rose Haired Tarantula : 3 They are beatiful spideys
Over the last few weeks I have been watching the spiders in the garden. They build the most intricate webs, grow larger with their regular meals and they reach a point where they are massive in spider terms. I was watching these spiders today and decided that they were having a chilled out day, just out in the sun relaxing, eating what could be in spider land Salted Caramel Ice creams in the sun.…
I remember seeing a post about how people have an urge to kill cute things just so they can stop being cute and I thought, “Pfft, yeah right.” Until now. Recently a spider got into my room and on my window. So I went to go kill it with some paper towels and while grabbing the little critter, I just apparently had to look at it first before doing anything. And this spider was looking right back at me. I feel like we had a bit of a moment, that spider and I. I even thought that it looked adorable and had half a thought of letting it go free outside….right before I mercilessly crush it’s tiny body between my fingers.
I was so fucking horrified that I just did that. Like holy shit, what the fuck just happened?! Yep. And that my story.
Oh and on that note after, for a short period of time, I felt like something was crawling up my arm. That feeling didn’t last for a long time, but I had honestly thought that that spider came back to haunt me for what I did.