Yelling “Spider” is certainly a great way to get out of an argument with your girlfriend, but only if she adheres to the “classic” gender stereotypes of the 1950s. Most of the women I’ve dated have all been strong, independent types and this sort of thing wouldn’t fly. In fact, if you reversed the roles in this comic, it’d be a more accurate representation of my reaction to spiders.

I can’t stand spiders, or creepy crawly things like that. I’m fine if they’re on the floor or on the wall across the room. Hell, I’m fine if a spider sneaks out of the shower drain… but if ANYTHING is actually on me, then I freak out. Even if it’s as harmless as a ladybug. I just can’t stand the feeling of tiny little legs walking all over me.


Mousebear Comedy is just a couple dudes hiding behind an anthropomorphic mouse and bear in order to purge our shadow through webstuff.

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BEAR never met his real dad and was forced to be his own father figure. He spent his time as a child grounding himself or disappointing himself when he missed his t-ball games that he promised himself he would definitely be there for this time. He beat himself up often, metaphorically and literally, so C.P.S. came and took him away from himself. At this point BEAR discovered that he could see in the dark, but only if he spent several minutes letting his eyes adjust first. BEAR is also a Capricorn and loves long crabwalks on the beach.

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