A few days ago
Best Friend: Dude you should kill that thing (while gesturing to a spider on my wall near my front door)
Me: Nah it's cool it eats other things I don't want in my house, I think he lives behind my stove, whatever. (We leave the house)
(Cut to a few days later as my best friend and I are in the bathroom getting ready to go somewhere)
Spider: ha ha ha bitch I'm in your bathroom!
Me: Dude we had an agreement, you don't die, but you stay the fuck out of my bathroom. Come on get get the fuck or I'm gonna have to get the shit to put you outside, get out.
Best friend: What happened to not giving a fuck about the spider?
Me: Dat bitch and I had a deal
Best friend: You're gonna kill it?
Me: Nope, look its leaving
Spider: (goes back to its corner and probably resumes eating anything else hateful in my house)
<p> We always capture and release whenever possible. Also, Jen communicates with spiders (and other bugs) in much the same way.</p>
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