Huffington Post - If you're easily creeped out, now is the time to turn away.
In a video recently posted on Reddit, a group of crawling, dangling spiders is seen invading one poor human's shower.
The spiders, identified as Huntsman "spiderlings," are known for their ability to eat other pests, so they're the good guys. But when one spider lays eggs it can produce up to 600 spiders, so we're still terrified.
What would you do, honestly? You wake up, it's like 6 or 7am and you have to get ready for work. Maybe you did happy hour last night, maybe you're hungover, maybe you hate your job and this shower is the only part of your day that you think you may enjoy at least slightly. Pull back the curtains, stare fear directly in the face. Only thing that could be worse would be seeing a ghost.
Which leads me to my next question. Which would be worse, opening up to a shower full of REAL spiders, like 600 strong, just running amok in your shower and eventually your entire house, or pulling back the curtains to see like a little dead girl demon-scream in your face before disappearing? That's a fucking good one.
I mean, sure, seeing a ghost would be terrifying and you'd shit yourself immediately, but then she's gone. Poof. Almost could convince yourself you didn't really see her (yes you did and she'll never go away...). Now, not only is the sight of 600 spiders all over your walls going to be horrific, you're also going to have to deal with the knowledge that there are 600 little creatures living with you who are making their way in to becoming this:
Yup, that's an adult hunstman spider. And yes, it's as big as it looks. Oh, and yes, it's bite can do this to you:
So, I guess what I'm saying is fuckin bring it on, ghosts. I will take one of you all day over that shit. I think I could get over a ghost. There's no getting past 600 of those monsters sharing the same living space as you. That's the definition of a nightmare.