Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
I tend to go along with the 'harmless' tag,- for the moment.People, keep in mind the Darwinian theory of evolution, so just be a bit patient, this little sucker is still evolving!.
I'm just motherfucking giddy that I have readers from Down Under, but getting a comment?! SCORE!
HaHa my step daughter in the hunter valley had one as a pet she found in the lounge room.
thinkin I want to order one.....but guess USDA would freak.....vaquero viejo
When I was working as a storeman here in Perth in Western Australia, I had one of these that adopted me. They truly are harmless peace loving little (ok, not so little) fellas.There, you got your second Aussie comment for the day, so your head must be just about spinning now. Heh
Another missive from the land down under. Yes, we have some weird critters, but most are pretty harmless unless you go into the ocean.This time of the year, (spring) the snakes are out and about. Finding a 6' carpet snake curled up in your bed is rather a heart stopper, also if they fall out of the ceiling onto the floor it will freak you right out for a moment, then you have to laugh as they try to escape. Congratulations girl, you are interesting and completely irreverent, cool.
Aussies and Texians are spiritual bros, anyway......vaquero(jackeroo)viejo
All I know about Huntsman spiders is they're really good at killing roaches on Mars.Also, koalas are definitely in the category of "things that want to kill you horribly."
So, you might as well get one from New Zealand too. Enjoy your blog. especially the crazy bits.Michael in Nelson
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