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#364 - rachelthemartian
Reply +3
(03/19/2012) [-]
Spiderman's a living lie. The spiders on his costume have 6 legs..
#368 to #364 - nITE
Reply -9
(03/19/2012) [-]
Spiders have six legs thats what makes Spiders and Scorpions Arach
#380 to #368 - xfostbytex
Reply +4
(03/19/2012) [-]
can't tell if trolling, or stupid.
#383 to #380 - nITE
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Intrigue me
#378 to #368 - daedmaufive
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(03/19/2012) [-]
spiders have 8 legs..


i like your avatar rachel..
#382 to #378 - nITE
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(03/19/2012) [-]
Oh thanks, but im not really into Spiders and Scorpions, with the Arachnephobia and all... maybe because Spiders LEGS count as the 2 missing legs on his costume?
#371 to #368 - nITE
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(03/19/2012) [-]
... and they dont have antennas, so that means they dont fall in the bug category so they, the scientist who made Animal Species made a special Animal Genre called Arach... only poplulation in the Arach are Scorpions and Spiders

Some people have Arachnephobia where they are afraid of Spiders and Scorpions, I for one have it
#385 to #371 - legitownage
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(03/19/2012) [-]
You should shut the **** up, your stupidity might be contagious
#386 to #385 - nITE
Reply -3
(03/19/2012) [-]
*takes out a pencil and paper* Tell me my wrongs
#391 to #386 - legitownage
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(03/19/2012) [-]
#390 to #386 - legitownage
Reply +2
(03/19/2012) [-]
You said spiders have six legs,
You categorized Scoripions as arachnae,
You made no sense in "Oh thanks, but im not really into Spiders and Scorpions, with the Arachnephobia and all... maybe because Spiders LEGS count as the 2 missing legs on his costume?",
You said that "a guy" made the animal species, and that's false, it was a team leaded by one person who had the theory,
And you brought up that they don't have antennas, which is obvious.
#393 to #390 - anon
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(03/19/2012) [-]
it was leaded by one person
leaded by one
leaded
#395 to #393 - legitownage
Reply +1
(03/19/2012) [-]
Lead**

Now go be an anon elsewhere