What are you most arfraid of spiders or snakes?

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  1. mommyneal6 profile image80
    mommyneal6posted 9 years ago

    What are you most arfraid of spiders or snakes?

    If you had to pick between the two...

  2. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 9 years ago

    snakes all the way. i don't mind little snakes but if i ever came across a big snake i would pee my pants. i hate going to houses where they own boa's and pythons. i warn them to keep it away from me before i even go in.spiders are just so cool i could never be afraid of them.

  3. profile image52
    CasinoGambling711posted 9 years ago

    SPIDERS!!! Im terrified of them. I kill em on site and even then im still scared...its prolly cause when i was like 5 or younger i dont know..i was young though...anywayys, i was sitting on the floor against the couch and a huge spider crawled up my back. ever since then ive been scared of them. even if someone were to run the fingers on my kneck id freak out. if i didnt know they were doing that of course.

  4. christiansister profile image61
    christiansisterposted 9 years ago

    Neither, when I was young I would go out into the woods and catch and play with them both. And any other thing I could find. I got in trouble many times for catching snakes and the such. My mother did not have the same curiosity as me.

    But, as I grew up and became a mother myself, I learned why my mother was so angry. My children also would catch anything. There have been many different types of animals and such that have made its way through our house.

  5. TheBlondie profile image60
    TheBlondieposted 9 years ago

    DEfinitely spiders. They are wa more common than snakes, and are nastier looking. You will only see snakes a few times in you life, but spiders are always there.... :S

  6. BabyCheetah profile image76
    BabyCheetahposted 9 years ago

    Out of the 2 spiders, they look ugly and creepy. I love snakes and have always wanted one as a pet smile

  7. Maxine Lee profile image58
    Maxine Leeposted 9 years ago

    Definitely spiders. Anything bigger than my thumbnail and my legs go to jelly. Awful things.

  8. ThePracticalMommy profile image94
    ThePracticalMommyposted 9 years ago

    I'm not afraid of either as long as they are: a) not in my house or b) not touching me. I am at war with spiders in my house right now, but I don't mind seeing either creature caged in at a zoo...behind glass...with no way to escape...

  9. hawkdad73 profile image66
    hawkdad73posted 8 years ago

    Wow.  Spiders. I will scream and yell at spiders in a high pitched voice that will make my wife call me a girl.


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