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    • #27423
      DeAnn R

      I’ve never been a fan of insects. I tolerate them better than I used to though. It’s even entertaining when I see adults flailing around trying to avoid a bee. This brings me to the next question. Would you rather have a bee crawling on you or a spider? Even though bees used to freak me out, I’d rather have a bee than a spider. At least I know as long as I don’t disturb the bee it’ll move on and won’t sting. Who knows where the spider will end up.

    • #27447
      Dennis Turner

      I like both.


    • #27448
      Tracy Odell

      I have an irrational fear of spiders, so bee, definitely. At least I can blow on it to make it go away. (I guess my breath doesn’t smell like honey.)


    • #27449
      Alyssa Silva

      I feel it’s the opposite for most people but… I’ve never been stung by a bee but have been bitten by a spider. So, can I say neither?! Ha.

      Bees worry me because of not knowing if I’m allergic. But maybe I haven’t been stung because I can’t swat them away and threaten them? Spiders, on the other hand, are just rude. So, I guess if I had to pick, I’m going with bees, too.

    • #27461

      Bit like Alyssa, never been stung so dunno if I’m allergic. My grandfather was highly allergic to bees.

      Neither a bee or spider will hurt you if you do nothing but while both would make me squeal I’d prefer the bee.

      Spider will look for somewhere dark & warm & can only run. It’ll likely crawl into my shirt. If a bee lands on me its taking a rest, not looking for a long stay so it’ll fly off eventually as its got a job to do & can simply fly away. Spider gotta scoot all over me to realise I’m not home.

      Yuck all round but. I don’t kill em anymore but not a creepy crawly fan at all. Snuck watched Arachnophobia as a kid & ruined myself.

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