It was a North American Bashful Spaghetti Spider. You probably didn't kill it, it just had a crush on you and when you touched it spaghetti poured out of it and it curled into a ball and froze.
It's self defense.
No, they're berries. The dogtree is just bearing fruit.
>something like this could be living inside you this very moment.
Back in afganistan we rolled up on a hellfire strike site. Two of the three dudes looked like bundles of meat in tattered rags. The third was just sittin there, calm as fuck, no legs, guts fallin out. Looked at me and was like "allah?" Then he died. I kicked his corpse in the face to make sure. Then we fingerprinted the corpses, collected their weapons, and left em for the wild dogs.
These are whale lice. They live on the skin of whales.
Not unless you're an insect.
You could have an intestinal parasite, but they aren't as scary as those worms. Understand that there's almost nothing of the insect or bug left at the end. The worm is just connected to their brain and is driving them around like a car, while eating their insides.
Welp, thats enough internet for me tonight
These things may be small, but they are fucking horrifying to imagine them living in your own epidermis (you just imagined it, didn't you?).
What? No, these are hair plugs. A balding guy had living hair follicles taken from elsewhere on his head, the follicles are separated into groups of 2s, and 3s, then holes are cut out of his scalp and the living plugs are inserted.
What's worse, though, a million tiny spiders (actually not true spiders), or one massive spider aggressive and deadly enough to kill a bird?
That makes a noise too! It sounds ridiculous.
how has no on posted this(video not webm)
I had a mild case of that when I was on a swim team
Change socks twice or 3x per day
dry your feet with paper towels after you shower,
Wipe down with betadine / perovine iodine solution
it will go away.
One big spider is easier to kill no doubt, then trying to kill lots of little spiders all at once, and usually the bigger the spider the weaker the venom, I'd go with the big one and a long stick.
i met this mortician once, and she was really nice but she kept saying i wouldn't be able to handle her job. and that most people are grossed out by dead bodies.
i'm sitting here eating a sandwich while looking at this stuff, and thanks to /b/ most gore and dead bodies don't bother me in the slightest. i mean i don't want to touch a parasite but i'll handle a dead body or an organ.
So. here's something I've learned about bot flies. You see, most videos of bot fly removals are from people or pets. The thing with that is, the larvae are removed when we notice them. However, there's a big time gap between when we notice them, and when the fully mature. So what we know as bot fly larvae, are actually pretty young little things.
>TL;DR Bot Flies can get worse
You may be OK with the images, and even seeing the stuff from a distance, but the smell is something else entirely, especially when you start to think about what exactly it is that is making that smell. I found a deer skull in the woods once. All of the skin had been removed, and I thought to bring it home to put on my wall. Let me just tell you that rotting brains do not smell like flowers. And then when beetles start to swarm out of the eye sockets, you just start to retch involuntarily, like drinking salt water.
This, even fresh bodies smell like a mixture of shit, blood, piss, and vomit. If youre like me and had very recently used heavy ordinance on them then burning hair and skin gets mixed in too. Its not the visual at all that ever bothered me, its the goddamned smell that was horrible. Keep in mind that mine had died only a few moments prior. I cant imagine adding a few days or weeks to the equation.
don't think so, as medical maggots need to be completely sterile which is a bitch to achieve
i think the patient just got lucky that those little bastards are in there so his foot doesn't turn necrotic
Seeing as the doctor just wrapped up the open wound with the maggots inside, it probably is on purpose.
Saw the exact same thing on one of those Discovery "disturbing illnesses" or whatever shows.
I was like fuck that, rather cut off the fucking foot than walk around with living, squirming, devouring maggots inside me for any period of time.
So in other words, you don't know...
Thanks for the response.
You... love them? I'm sorry, but we cannot be friends. The last apartment I lived in was inundated with them. I set out glue traps along all the baseboards and I was changing them out on a weekly basis. One time I was browsing 4chan late at night with the lights off, and one of them skittered across my desk, practically lunging for my mouse.
>The worm is just connected to their brain and is driving them around like a car, while eating their insides.
That's pretty much it.
THIS THREAD MAKES ME UNCOMFORTABLE
I CANNOT DEAL WITH THIS SHIT MAN. I HAVE PERSONALLY DEALT WITH DECOMPOSING BODIES FOR A LIVING , BUT FUCK INSECTS AND MAGGOTS AND ALL THIS FUCKING SHIT
They kind of look like fucked up crocodiles up close.