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Close to Home by John McPherson for May 08, 2021

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    allen@home  6 months ago

    Hoping on that sofa Honey. Isn’t going to help you.

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    Leroy Premium Member 6 months ago

    “Close to nature.”

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    Farside99  6 months ago

    Don’t shoot them, you’ll just make them mad.

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    eromlig  6 months ago

    “Realestatophobia.”

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    ronaldspence  6 months ago

    caveat emptor

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    stillfickled Premium Member 6 months ago

    Watch it Bleeb- Bugs from The Outer Limits*

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    Nate England  6 months ago

    Welcome to Australia, mates!

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    TStyle78  6 months ago

    Well at least there shouldn’t be any bugs in your house.

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    docforbin  6 months ago

    Moral of the story: Never buy anything “as is” because “as is” means it’s a ripoff.

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    Technicholls  6 months ago

    Bleeb is mere bug food…

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    Lotus  6 months ago

    Let’s eat Grandma. Let’s eat, Grandma. Grammar matters.

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    Jim2g  6 months ago

    Run bleep

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    lannydstrain  6 months ago

    Watch out Bleeb! Those varmints might eat you as a snack!

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 6 months ago

    Okay, I’ll admit that’s pretty bad, but at least they aren’t snakes.

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    Zebrastripes  6 months ago

    EEEEEKKKK! Heebeejeebees!

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    Gameguy49 Premium Member 6 months ago

    They’re going to need to hire Terminator/Exterminator with his flame-thrower.

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    Yardley701  6 months ago

    Well, with spiders you will not have any other bugs, some good news.

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    jbduncan  6 months ago

    Can’t wait to see the size of the bed bugs!

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    geese28  6 months ago

    You got uzis full of Raid?

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    ajakimber425  6 months ago

    Those spiders are as big as you see on Jumani.

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    davanden  6 months ago

    You decided to waive the inspection, didn’t you?

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    cactusbob333  6 months ago

    Wait! A couple of them have 6 legs and the others have 8 legs. I would like some consistency here , please. Charter member: Cartoon Spider Leg Counting Society of North America.

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    raybarb44  6 months ago

    Bit of a bug problem, I would say….

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    WCraft Premium Member 6 months ago

    Quick – call Joanna and Chip Gaines – let’s see them FIX this one!

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    paranormal  6 months ago

    Giant mutated roaches!!!

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    COL Crash  6 months ago

    A Fixer-Upper is always “As is” and that’s why they are more affordable if you’re willing to put in the sweat equity.

    But that level of pest infestation should have been included in the Disclosure Statement.

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    Dobie  Premium Member 6 months ago

    Arachnifi…. Arachno…. Arachnofo….

    Whatever…. where’s my stompin’ boots!

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    scpandich  6 months ago

    If I’m remembering the story correctly, many years ago a court ruled that the sellers failing to disclose that a house was reputed to be haunted was grounds for invalidating a sale. If that’s the case, then failing to disclose the presence of ginormous spiders is definitely grounds for invalidating the sale.

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    scpandich  6 months ago

    First zombie, now giant spiders? Bleeb, you have to get a better travel agent.

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    Old Man River Premium Member 6 months ago

    Quick Honey, Google “What Eats Spiders?”

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    cuzinron47  6 months ago

    Apparently they also omitted the fact that there’s nuclear reactor in the neighborhood the recently had a breach.

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    Buckeye67  6 months ago

    Fortunately they haven’t unpacked yet.

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    wsedrel  6 months ago

    …mixing insects & arachnids…

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    Lightpainter  6 months ago

    Think about this: they are so heavy, they FALL though the ceiling. If one gets ahold of you, you are dead meat.

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    JanskiD  6 months ago

    Shortly after we moved into our home, I saw a tarantula in the bedroom and thought my hubby was playing a joke on me…..and then it moved!! I often wonder if the former owner’s son had a pet tarantula that got loose, and that’s why they moved out.

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