Creepy-crawlies

cpunk

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While sorting through some old photos in my garage at the weekend I came across this pic of a cheeky little chappie I found in my room in the Officers Mess at Airport Camp in Belize. Anyone got any similar nasties?
 

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Don't have any digital photos, but used to have tarantulas, giant hissing cockroaches, etc. (and a house full of reptiles) as pets.

This is more scary:



Creepy Crawley. :omfg:
 
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cpunk said:
While sorting through some old photos in my garage at the weekend I came across this pic of a cheeky little chappie I found in my room in the Officers Mess at Airport Camp in Belize. Anyone got any similar nasties?
You found it then?looks like the one I lost near the Officers Mess at Airport Camp :D
 
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bovvy said:
Don't have any digital photos, but used to have tarantulas, giant hissing cockroaches, etc. (and a house full of reptiles) as pets.

This is more scary:



Creepy Crawley. :omfg:
And Horley is full of... :?
 
#5
I had a 10" long centipede in my boot in...Officer's Mess Airport Camp!

I only saw them "up the jungle" and to this day believe that it may have been "introduced" to the mess/my boots by a mischievous fellow officer...the cnut. Later research showed the aesthetically unprepossessing beast to actually be very poisonous and not nice at all!
 
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blindfire

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Caught a fk off big Fer de Lance in the Jungle in Belize.

That was one scary mother when you saw its fangs :D
 
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blindfire said:
Caught a fk off big Fer de Lance in the Jungle in Belize.

That was one scary mother when you saw its fangs :D
If it was a really big one it would be a Bushmaster....... now they are kin big and nasty 8O
 
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It is not the big ones you should be scared from, at least you can most of the time see them, it is it small feckers that scare the shoite out of you when you can't see them and get biten
 
#10
I hate the ones that lie in wait on my bedroom ceiling, just waiting for me to fall asleep then drop down on me! Cant sleep if i know there is one in the room :(
 
#11
Used to have a couple of these:



My mate (a fellow Psych Nurse) was attending a course of sessions to treat her spider-phobia, in a group, at the Trust's Psychology Dept.. They asked me to take one in for their final session. With me being a sensitive, female nurse (rather than rufty-tufty and macho) it worked very well, with a couple the phobics being able to hold the good-natured Red-Knee.
 

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