Here, let me take your mind off of those nasty spiders.Let's start with a nice story of a Scottish woman who went backpacking in Vietnam
see, nothing to worry about, she just got close to some of the local wildlife, easily a thing you can do in the jungle.
3-inch long leech was found feeding on her (Gross)
in her nose.
"I thought it was just a blood clot" oh, ok. That's odd
"I’d fallen off a motorbike just before" Yeah, that makes sense.
“I saw him so many times but I just sniffed him back up. I tried to blow him out and grab him but I couldn’t get a grip of him before he retreated back up my nose."
“He had been curled up in a big ball, using my nostril as a little nest, so Jenny and I called him Mr Curly. At one point, I could feel him up at my eyebrow."
“Then all of a sudden, after about half an hour, the pain stopped and the doctor had the leech in the tweezers. He was about as long as my forefinger but as fat as my thumb."
“I asked the doctor what would’ve happened if I hadn’t gone to hospital and she said he’d probably have worked his way into my brain.”