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    Can't wait to figure out what it is. I ended up with 4-5 hrs sleep in total.

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    Did you work it out

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    Omg! Yes! I'm sooo embarrassed.
    Ok, so imagine this, my son has a train table (Imaginariam brand) with a draw underneath. The base of the draw is cheap pine, that is actually a little 'loose'. Inside the draw was a remote control spider (the one Kmart used to sell). Every so often the friggin spider was going off BY ITSELF. It's would suddenly move its 8 (well 7, one broke off) legs for a few seconds and the noise would vibrate against the cheap pine draw!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Omg! Yes! I'm sooo embarrassed.
    Ok, so imagine this, my son has a train table (Imaginariam brand) with a draw underneath. The base of the draw is cheap pine, that is actually a little 'loose'. Inside the draw was a remote control spider (the one Kmart used to sell). Every so often the friggin spider was going off BY ITSELF. It's would suddenly move its 8 (well 7, one broke off) legs for a few seconds and the noise would vibrate against the cheap pine draw!!!
    Omg I would have freaked out hearing something moving inside the draw and then opening it to see a giant spider moving!! Haha, totally would have peed my pants!

    Glad you worked it out

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    Lol. My ds has the exact same spider. We tidied up one day and he shoved it in an old bag as kids do when they don't really want to tidy up. I could hear random scratching at night and thought it was a mouse. Then opening the bag freaked me out too! Horrible toy

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    That sort of toy would not be welcome in my house, under any circumstances! Yuck!

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    That's not any less creepy! Lol

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    Way too creepy

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    That would freak me out completed, I'm not good with things that go bump in the night for any reason!


 

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