WARNING: The words you’re about to read are just one big f$@#ing giant NOPE!
Turns out that by the time we are 35-years-old several huntsmen spiders will have joined us while we are sleeping… they do this by walking across our faces. How nice of them. NOT.
Michael Tate, known as 'Ranger Mick', from the Australian Reptile Park on the NSW Central Coast spoke to John Stanley and Garry Linnell on 2UE and he revealed some pretty F$%@ed up facts.
Prepare yourself… Prepare your mind… Prepare your soul…
Michael said, “It's very likely that someone may have had prey caught on their face by a huntsman. Bushy eyebrows are the perfect hunting ground for a spider”
Let’s read that one again… “Bushy eyebrows are the perfect hunting ground for a spider” WHAT THE ACTUAL?
He added, 'By the time you're 35 years old, and if you're living in Sydney, several huntsmen will have walked across your face during your sleep.
Huntsmen can walk across you and you wouldn't know…. if you can cope with them, they are actually an asset in your home, and beneficial for taking care of the environment”
Turns out, huntsmen spiders also have good uses… because they kill cockroaches in your home…great okay. So what would we rather in our house? Huntsmen or cockroaches? OMG we know. NEITHER
So you know those nights when you’re having a quiet night alone… yeah… you’re never alone.
Oh Australia. You ruin us.