Spider = venom cup? That's awesome. ☺
Not quite. It's sooner poison+head and the word has an archaic English cognate, attercop. See: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=attercop.
And imma wave it in ur face :D
The soft d is killing me I am giving up on ever pronouncing this right
When to use et and en?
There's a French saying: "il a une araignée au plafond", literally: "he has a spider on his ceiling", which means you think the guy is pretty crazy. Is there something similar, in Danish or other languages?
Actually, I really hope I don't....
I would rather not, thanks!
Every man is the architect of his own fortune
Og jeg er ikke bange for at bruge den!