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I'm done trusting anyone...
I'm probably going to be Deleting my blog if things go the way I hope. It's time I start focusing more on my home, child, school, job, & future family than living my life through here. I love this place so much. I honestly don't want to give it up, but i cant think of another way to show that I am truly committed to what I am doing than letting go of my amazing, kinky, beautiful, perfect, little world here.

Hey y'all, I am a sweet and very SaSsY SOUTHERN GIRL. If I like you I will be the sweetest most friendly person ever. If you piss me off or are RuDe I can be the biggest cunt you have ever met! I live in the AMAZING State of Texas! I am a Little Girl at heart & have some *Daddy issues* but I personally don't see them as issues. I love the DD/LG lifestyle! NSFW!! This BLOG is for 18+ ONLY if you are under the age of 18 PLEASE GET OFF OF MY PAGE! COME BACK WHEN YOU ARE 18.
My blog tends to change with my moods and I consider it my personal Diary. If you have any questions don't be shy just ask... I LOVE GETTING SUBMISSIONS OF COUPLES & YOU PRETTY GIRLS! FEEL FREE TO SUBMIT ANYTIME YOU WISH! :* Thank you for stoppin by my secret little playground! Hope you ENJOY IT! ** Big Hugs** XoXoXo
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Dangerous U.S. Spiders
When people see me pick up a spider with my bare hands and throw it outside, their typical reaction is “You are crazy! How do you know that spider isn’t dangerous?”
Here is the answer, out of approximately 3,000 different species of spider in North America, only two species from the U.S. are considered deadly. These are the brown recluse spider and the black widow spider. These spiders are easy to identify (See the first two on the above chart. The brown recluse has a violin shape on top of the cephalothorax and the black widow has an hourglass shape on the underside of the abdomen) and therefore pretty easy to avoid being bitten by, but even if you are bitten, it is very unlikely that you would die if you sought medical attention.  In the U.S. there are only an average of four spider deaths reported per year.
There are other spiders in the U.S. that are somewhat dangerous but not deadly.  If you are bitten by one of them you may experience some unpleasant symptoms but not death. You can see some of these spiders in the chart above.
*Note: If a small child or pet is bitten by one of these venomous spiders they are much more likely to be seriously affected.
Please stay aware of spiders that could be dangerous and only handle spiders that you know are not significantly dangerous, but also recognize that spiders are very beneficial creatures and try not to kill them whenever possible, dangerous or not! It’s just rude. Just let them be, even spiders that do have potent venom are often not aggressive. They just want to be left alone.
Note: There are many mistakes in this chart, I did not make the chart, I am using it purely as a visual aid. Thanks.
Another Note: The “Mouse Spider” depicted in the chart IS NOT FOUND IN THE U.S. The one in the chart is not the same “Mouse Spider” that is found in the U.S. This was a mistake by the creators of the chart, the “Mouse Spider” found in the U.S. looks entirely different and is NOT known to be dangerous.
Sources:
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/772196-overview#a0199
http://rodneysouthern.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Identify-Poisonous-Spiders
http://www.termite.com/spider-identification.html#blackwidow
https://sites.google.com/site/venomousdangerous/spiders/n-america-s-most-venomous-spiders
http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/cepublications/eb1548/eb1548.html

fucking see brown recluses all the time. used to have nightmares about black widows damn

purenavyseal:

cjsbugs:

Dangerous U.S. Spiders

When people see me pick up a spider with my bare hands and throw it outside, their typical reaction is “You are crazy! How do you know that spider isn’t dangerous?”

Here is the answer, out of approximately 3,000 different species of spider in North America, only two species from the U.S. are considered deadly. These are the brown recluse spider and the black widow spider. These spiders are easy to identify (See the first two on the above chart. The brown recluse has a violin shape on top of the cephalothorax and the black widow has an hourglass shape on the underside of the abdomen) and therefore pretty easy to avoid being bitten by, but even if you are bitten, it is very unlikely that you would die if you sought medical attention.  In the U.S. there are only an average of four spider deaths reported per year.

There are other spiders in the U.S. that are somewhat dangerous but not deadly.  If you are bitten by one of them you may experience some unpleasant symptoms but not death. You can see some of these spiders in the chart above.

*Note: If a small child or pet is bitten by one of these venomous spiders they are much more likely to be seriously affected.

Please stay aware of spiders that could be dangerous and only handle spiders that you know are not significantly dangerous, but also recognize that spiders are very beneficial creatures and try not to kill them whenever possible, dangerous or not! It’s just rude. Just let them be, even spiders that do have potent venom are often not aggressive. They just want to be left alone.

Note: There are many mistakes in this chart, I did not make the chart, I am using it purely as a visual aid. Thanks.

Another Note: The “Mouse Spider” depicted in the chart IS NOT FOUND IN THE U.S. The one in the chart is not the same “Mouse Spider” that is found in the U.S. This was a mistake by the creators of the chart, the “Mouse Spider” found in the U.S. looks entirely different and is NOT known to be dangerous.

Sources:

http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/772196-overview#a0199

http://rodneysouthern.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Identify-Poisonous-Spiders

http://www.termite.com/spider-identification.html#blackwidow

https://sites.google.com/site/venomousdangerous/spiders/n-america-s-most-venomous-spiders

http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/cepublications/eb1548/eb1548.html

fucking see brown recluses all the time. used to have nightmares about black widows damn

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