13 comments on “A day off and another spider. A cute one this time.

  1. Your spider is a winner! Much surer than trying to pick a winner from the Mlebourne Cup line up, although I think I’ll put $5 eah way on #11… the bookies love me, I’m such a big spender 😉

    • I bought a small ticket in the 100 mill powerball so that is my betting budget gone for the week 😉

      It always amazes me to hear the average amount that each Victorian bets on the race. We bet nothing and so many people bet like you, only a few bucks, so that means other people are betting way more than the average to make up for it!

  2. That’s one cute spider! And those eyes are hypnotizing. Your post made me stop and think “has chance created this infinite number of variations, or is there something more, or, does Australia have cuter spiders than North America? On a second note: What does “dobbed” mean?

    • I’m glad I am not the only one who thinks he has nice eyes. When I did this post I was kind of waiting to be howled down 🙂
      I am not sure about us Aussies having cute spiders as a rule, usually they are terrifying! I guess that cuteness is in the eye of the beholder, if this little bloke was crawling unexpectedly up your arm you probably wouldn’t be thinking “How cute!” you would probably just splat him 😉

      Dobbed means ‘told tales on’, not usually encouraged! The dobbing they did went along the lines of “Muuuum! Dads mowing the hill and killing your flowers!” and then cackling evilly thinking they had got him into trouble 🙂

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