What's the best way to attract and kill a daddy long legs spider?

What's the best way to attract and kill a daddy long legs spider? Topic: Daddy homework
June 16, 2019 / By Edward
Question: I have to go number 2 really bad, and theres a daddy long legs spider hanging from the ceiling above the toilet..My dads told me that they're poisonous..And to add onto it, I need to take a shower too! It's 12:38 am and i got school. I just finished my math homework! I sprayed it with my deodorant but then it hid into some crack or something. I dont know where it went. It went in the wall or something. I don't wanna get bitten, and I dont want a bug to crawl up my *** while im taking a sh!!!t. Please help me. What's the best way to attract the spider, and kill it? Thanks for your answers...But is there any proof? Someone told me awhile ago that a certain food that my parents got food poisoning from wouldnt make me sick... then the next day, i had diarrhea, and didnt go to school for a week
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Camron Camron | 9 days ago
They cant hurt you, they can't even break human skin they are harmless! your dad is playing silly buggers, get the vacuum cleaner and suck it up if it still scares you :) I'd say it won't be coming out any time soon, if at all, after being doused with deodourant! Daddy-longlegs (Opiliones) - these arachnids make their living by eating decomposing vegetative and animal matter although are opportunist predators if they can get away with it. They do not have venom glands, fangs or any other mechanism for chemically subduing their food. Therefore, they do not have poison and, by the powers of logic, cannot be poisonous from venom.
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Oh no, don't kill them! =( Yeah they can be a pest, they're so creepy and yuck. Spraying the corners of your apartment with a mixture of coconut oil and vinegar is a great way to keep them away. You can also but this stuff called citronella, which repels spiders and other nasty insects. good luck =)
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