The Knight Life by Keith Knight

The Knight Life

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  1. Dragoncat

    Dragoncat GoComics PRO Member said, over 3 years ago

    Webs come in many forms, don’t they…?

  2. Bailey

    Bailey said, over 3 years ago

    “…we have wolf spiders.” Yikes. We had one and that was more than plenty.
    We were watching TV and my Hub looked over toward the door. He said: “take the cat and go into the other room.” I do not usually follow directives, but there was something in his voice. I put the kitty in the bathroom and came back to find out what was going on.
    He had entirely covered this spider with a foam mound of RAID, but it started rising up out of it. Arachniphobia (me) — got it. BIG FRIGGIN’ SPIDER is IN THE HOUSE. Eeesh! He did the RAID bit again. The spider rose AGAIN. Note: I could SEE this from the other side of the room. BIG SPIDER!!!
    He ended up beating it to death with the handle end of our broom. Probably drove a “stake” through its heart.
    Wolf spiderS…? We probably wouldn’t have survived. ;)
    BIG! FRIGGIN! SPIDER!

  3. Comic Minister

    Comic Minister said, over 3 years ago

    They can be very dangerous!

  4. DocNuke

    DocNuke said, over 3 years ago

    They look big and mean, but they generally aren’t going to give you a second thought unless you are a tasty insect.

  5. saxie5

    saxie5 said, over 3 years ago

    It can be unnerving if you have a wolf spider in your house. They are huge! Usually you can plop them outside unless they have an egg sac.

  6. Bailey

    Bailey said, over 3 years ago

    @saxie5

    Uh-huh… and how do you — politely — search for a wolf spider’s egg sac? Kidding aside, though, this was before we crossed into ‘get ’em out alive mode’ (whenever possible), and made a real effort to learn about the animals that MIGHT just think that “our” home was theirs.

  7. Bailey

    Bailey said, over 3 years ago

    @DocNuke

    Oh, true! In the woods — no problem. Tiny apartment, though, makes for a little different perspective. I STILL cannot figure out how that gigantor spider got in. We didn’t have any gaping holes in the wall and the door was hung to the ground. Heck! It kept the Jehovah’s Witnesses out… (kidding, sorta)

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