Top Spiders Quotes

  • There are no more gates, only hinges clinging to the walls like broken spiders. – J Anderson Coats

    There are no more gates, only hinges clinging to the walls like broken spiders.– J Anderson Coats

  • But the things in the batteries couldn’t be spiders. It just wasn’t possible. There had to be another explanation. But of what kind? – A Ashley Straker

    But the things in the batteries couldn’t be spiders. It just wasn’t possible. There had to be another explanation. But of what kind?– A Ashley Straker

  • Men are under as strong a compulsion to invent an ethical setting for their behavior as spiders are to weave themselves webs. – John dos Passos

    Men are under as strong a compulsion to invent an ethical setting for their behavior as spiders are to weave themselves webs.– John dos Passos

  • Between giant spiders and meeting Edmund Ellis did I have a chance, Ms Rainn? – SA Tawks

    Between giant spiders and meeting Edmund Ellis did I have a chance, Ms Rainn?– SA Tawks

  • Fear of new ideas breeds angry head spiders that have been known to attack. – Leah Broadby

    Fear of new ideas breeds angry head spiders that have been known to attack.– Leah Broadby

  • Spiders don’t chew. They send a special liquid into their prey. The prey’s insides turn to mush. Then the spider sucks up its tasty lunch! – Julie  Murphy

    Spiders don’t chew. They send a special liquid into their prey. The prey’s insides turn to mush. Then the spider sucks up its tasty lunch!– Julie Murphy

  • The panic crawled throughout his limbs like a million tiny newborn spiders. – Calvin  Demmer

    The panic crawled throughout his limbs like a million tiny newborn spiders.– Calvin Demmer

  • It [the book] was spinning a magic spell around her heart, sticky as a spider’s web and enchantingly beautiful.. – Cornelia Funke

    It [the book] was spinning a magic spell around her heart, sticky as a spider’s web and enchantingly beautiful..– Cornelia Funke

  • Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. – Virginia Woolf

    Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so lightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners.– Virginia Woolf

  • Men were good for one thing only. Killing spiders. Other than that, I was on my own. It was sad though. Where was the chivalry of yesteryear? – Kate Carlisle

    Men were good for one thing only. Killing spiders. Other than that, I was on my own. It was sad though. Where was the chivalry of yesteryear?– Kate Carlisle