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-Over used joke but +Nice animation.
I've once tried sitting in my living room watching a movie at night. No lights on, only had the light from the TV. Then I see a shadow rushing over the carpet, and before I reach the light switch it has almost crossed the entire carpet. The moment I turn the lights on I see a 5 inch(13cm) spider hiding beneath the sofa I was sitting in. Biggest spider I've ever seen, even in Zoos. I shrugged, sat back down and started to eat my chips.
Worst experience I've had with spiders was when trekking on a mountainbike in the forest. I got a rather large and nasty spider in my mouth. When I spat it out it ran away.
Thank you for the nightmare fuel my friend! haha The event that this animation is based off of is similar to your first story. An annoying shadow kept moving in my peripheral until it finally came into the glow of my computer and disappeared. Biggest spider I've see in Chicago. But growing up in the woods in Connecticut we used to air dry beach towels or shirts on our porch and these GIANT wood spiders would hang out in them and if we weren't careful we'd have a new friend in our shirts once we put them on.
Welcome to the inception of my arachnophobia i guess haha
Stories of everyday life.
.... Does that rubble have eyes?