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A bat saved my life once, and this seems like the perfect place to share this story.
I used to live out in the super duper country four a couple of years. I am a city girl and am really afraid of creepy crawlies, especially enormous spiders. One night I had just gotten home, parked my car in front of my house, and opened my door to get out. As soon as I opened the door this FUCKING ENORMOUS SPIDER, like bigger than a silver dollar (who I assume had been stowing away on the hood of my car somehow) dropped down on a web strand into my open car doorframe. I had a moment of sheer panic; spiders scare the hell out of me and my first thought was “well I trapped here forever”. I couldn close my car door without trapping the spider in my car, so even if I escaped through the passenger door, I still have to somehow get rid of this monstrous creature or risk leaving my car open for the business of all his spider friends.
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