WoodSpider Documentary/ The CrackSpider

WoodSpider Documentary/ The CrackSpider


*Music* The Wood Spider, is the most accomplished
of all web building species. Recently, scientists gave these tiny creatures a
variety of psychoactive drugs to observe their effects on web building. When given
a minut dose of LSD, the spider’s web took on an unfamiliar, minimalist
structure. When given caffeine, the web structure was not affected, but the
spider’s behavior was. Given THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, the
spider didn’t build a web; it built a hammock; where it lay all day and watched
the caffeine spider go. When given alcohol, the spider built a web, found a
mate, and raised over a hundred young! But the mate got a restraining order, and now
the spider can’t go within a hundred centimeters of the web. *Music* The crack-cocaine
spider, figured building webs was for suckas! Waited till the caffeine spider
was exhausted then came up behind it and popped a cap in its a**! *Gun Noise* Nice web
Mr. CrackSpider! When winter came, the marijuana spider had no place to live. It
ended up in the crack web as the crack spiders b*tch. For more information on
the crack spiders b*tch, contact the Canadian Wildlife Service in Ottawa.

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