A few days ago while I was at work I was sitting across the desk from a customer when I just so happen to notice something dangling above her head. This little furry spider had descended on a thread like an art thief breaking into a museum. He hung there momentarily before dropping into her hair and nearly disappearing from sight. I had two options here: I could say nothing and let the spider could go about his business, possibly unknown to the woman (she had a lot of curly hair) or I could remove the little guy myself, ensuring he would live on without fear of being mangled by a hairbrush. I chose option number two. I told her to hold still for a second, reached in and plucked the curious arachnid out. She looked at me like I was completely crazy until I opened my hand to show her what it was, at which time I was pretty sure she was going to pay off the balance of my car loan as thanks. I let the spider go and and everyone lived happily ever after.
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