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WorldMan buys tarantula to get rid of arachnophobic mother-in-law

19:36  13 may  2019
19:36  13 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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I never get a break from my mother in [ law ’s] constant nagging.” The man continued: “A few months ago [my mother - in - law ] went crazy after a (wolf?) spider was Panic attack and all. “So I got the idea to get a tarantula as a way to prevent her coming so often. It’s in a big enclosure in the living room.”

Man buys a tarantula because he can’t stand his arachnophobic mother - in - law and wants to stop her coming round. ‘They will come around every day unannounced to visit my wife/play with our kids. So not only do I never get a break from my mother in laws constant nagging, I have no privacy from

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A man sick of dealing with his “insufferable” in-laws decided to take matters into his own hands.

The unnamed man revealed on Reddit he decided to purchase a tarantula after continued clashes with his in-laws left him wanting to keep his arachnophobic mother-in-law at bay.

He posted on Reddit: “Privacy means nothing to them, and my wife refuses to set boundaries.

“They will come around every day unannounced to visit my wife/play with our kids. I never get a break from my mother in [law’s] constant nagging.”

The man continued: “A few months ago [my mother-in-law] went crazy after a (wolf?) spider was simply in the corner. Panic attack and all.

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"Anyway, mother - in - law is arachnophobic . A few months ago she went crazy after a wolf spider was simply in the corner doing nothing. Panic attack and all. "So I got the idea to get a tarantula as a way to prevent her coming so often. It’s in a big enclosure in the living room. Asked wife before hand if it’s

“Anyway, mother in law is arachnophobic . A few months ago she went crazy after a (wolf?) spider was simply in the corner doing nothing. Panic attack and all. So I got the idea to get a tarantula as a way to prevent her coming so often. It’s in a big enclosure in the living room. Asked wife before hand

“So I got the idea to get a tarantula as a way to prevent her coming so often. It’s in a big enclosure in the living room.”

The man said he asked his wife before purchasing the spider, but kept his motivation secret.

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In - laws aren't always the easiest people to get along with and sometimes you're forced to make up a tiny white lie to avoid spending time with them "They will come around every day unannounced to visit my wife/play with our kids. So not only do I never get a break from my mother - in - law 's constant

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“Worked like a charm, the dad still comes but the mother can’t stand to be in the same house as it.”

The man posted his story in the ‘Am I The A------’ subreddit, asking fellow users if he was wrong for not revealing his reasons to his wife.

“She’s continued to ignore my concerns about boundaries for years,” the man said in a bid for justification. “I don’t think I had a choice. Plus the tarantula makes a cool pet.”

The majority of people agreed he wasn’t “the a------” because he had got permission from his wife in the first place. His wife is also aware of her mother’s arachnophobia.

A few readers mused that his wife may actually support the idea but doesn’t want to admit being sick of her parents.

As intolerable as in-laws can be, a tarantula in the living room doesn’t sound a whole lot better.

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