A daily mish-mash of stuff, fluff and nonsense
WORST NIGHTMARE!Oh, god the heebie-jeebies.
that assures that I'll be sleepless the next couple nights!!! GROSS!
these are spiders - daddy long-legs have wings dont' they? anyway, YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKKKKKKKKKKKKKK.
Ew ew ew ha ha awesome.
Nice start of the weekend thank you...!Now I certainly need a drink...
Daddy long legs are arachnids, but not spiders... but they also don't have wings.
I knew I shouldn't have watched that! I totally have the heebie geebies right now. Oh god, flashbacks!
There must be a langauge issue here, where I am (Scotland, UK) Daddy Long Legs most definitely have wings and what's in this clip are Spiders....lots and lots of Spiders....a whole herd of them....EEEEEKKKKKK !
Hmmm... in different parts of Canada, people use "Daddy Long Legs" to refer to different things.Where I grew up (West Coast), it referred to something that I've since heard called a "harvester" -- an arachnid with a pill-shaped little body and eight long, spindly.In the prairies, it can refer to what I know as a "crane fly" -- a long-legged flying insect that looks like a giant mosquito and somehow always gets stuck where the wall meets the ceiling.
In the UK (or at least England where I'm living) a 'daddy long legs' is a crane fly - I think the Brits would call the things in the video 'harvesters' which is what I called daddy long legs in Canada where I grew up.
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