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    Cobweb cape made by a million spiders | The Sun |Features
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    Very interesting.
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    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
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      Showed this to the wife last night, she said it was "impressivly beautiful"......then she started to read the artical about how it was made and what materials were used......she left the room twitching and said she could imagine what would happen if there were any "live eggs" left in the material and then hung in a closet.....( really luv that woman )...asked her if she knew where "silk" came from...........no comment ....the whole subject was dropped.........

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