What do spiders eat when they're not stuck in baths? How do spiders get stuck in the bath? Do they come up the plughole?
Many years ago Husband was building an extension on our first home. Over several nights we became aware of a scratching noise. We called in the pest-man and he said a rat had got into the cavity wall. The pest-man put poison in the attic but for a long time I lived in fear of sitting on the toilet only to have a rat stick his head out of the water.
I don't suppose he could have done that really ...
P.S. Can you see Spid's antennae? Do spiders usually have such huge antennae? Do they have them at all? Is he a genetically-mutated spider? Or an alien taking on the guise of what he thinks is an innocent family pet?
Once, on a writing course, I had to write the first couple of lines of a story in a genre I didn't usually write. I chose sci-fi and wrote something like this:
It was unfortunate that the aptly-named Chameleon spaceship happened to land next to a portaloo on the construction site of the new London Olympics stadium. It turned out to be doubly unfortunate as, centuries later, astronauts reported sightings of builder's bum in the farthest reaches of the universe.