Hilaria Thomas Screamed Bloody Murder Over Positive Pregnancy Test

Hilaria Thomas pregnantBig dreamin’ yoga instructor Hilaria Thomas confirmed the strength of high-end Baldwin sperm during an airing of Extra. It’s less the baby and more the sound she made when she found out that I’m interested in.

Alec explains that he heard his wife yowling in the bathroom and ran in to save her from an imminent death that actually turned out to be her reaction to double lines on the pregnancy test.

“There’s a scream I heard, which is a scream normally reserved for if there’s a spider in the house, not exaggerating,” Baldwin said. “So then I hear that scream again, but it was not a spider.”

Can you imagine a world where women become pregnant after spotting those little eight-eyed bastards?

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Spider Lives Inside Woman’s Ear For Nearly A Week

A Chinese woman visited the hospital to investigate the cause of itchiness in her ear only to have the doctor tell her that a spider had booked five days at the waxy Hilton suite otherwise known as her ear canal.

A Reddit user posted an x-ray of the nightmare from a news program in the Hunan province.

Many saw the picture and decided to share their own insect horror stories.

I generally have a strong stomach but this is a bit out of my comfort zone.

I was basically given arachnophobia by my own family after they repeatedly made me carry up piles of dry wood from below our house. Each piece held several wonderfully eight-eyed black and brown surprises, and they often fell onto my skin. Thanks, mom.  Continue reading “Spider Lives Inside Woman’s Ear For Nearly A Week”

Spider Blankets Appear In Australia After Floods

Portions of the city Wagga Wagga in Australia, New South Wales, were blanketed with spider webs after floodwaters in the area caused 13,000 people to flee their homes.

The ground-dwelling arachnids covered trees and grassland areas in attempt to “balloon” out of the region. Web kites are not uncommon after floods, entomology expert Graham Milledge told news.com.au:

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