ive been throwing up and having bad diharriea since last night at 3 am...everything is liquefied, or just plain water coming out of me. i cant drink a sip of water without throwing up double what i ...
How would they survive as eggs, or hatch without being consumed by your own white blood cells?
Basically, I'd say no. I can't even think of any spiders that lay egges inside another creature anyway. Maybe trapdoor spiders, but I forget. Spiders lay eggs in their web. The eggs aren't designed to be protected inside a body.
sort you life out i suggest you get councelling but if that ever happend to me id be on the toilet shitting them little buggers out
i know a girl that went to florida and when she returned home she had a absessed gum she went to the dentist he cut it open and hundreds of baby spiders came oozing out this is a true story
yeah in the grooves of you brain.
it is possible but mostly no. when they enter they'll just give you deseases because it will die and maybe be digested. and if it carries eggs...... well you done for.
I have heard of a spider that does. My cousin is in the army and one of his friends was stationed in Georgia. This spider(I don't know what kind it was)layed eggs in his arm. The guy didn't know what was wrong at first. He went to the doctor because his skin was dying around the area. And he found out that this spider lays eggs under the skin and the babies actually feed on the dying skin. That's the story I heard. Whether it's really true or not I don't know.
Hey, anything is possible. I was watching Untold Stories in the ER on the TLC channel and this lady had bugs inside her scalp.
Another had worms in her wrists. (She was crazy-- she stuck them there herself)