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
When to use et and en?
Actually, I really hope I don't....
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?
The soft d is killing me I am giving up on ever pronouncing this right
I would rather not, thanks!
Every man is the architect of his own fortune
Og jeg er ikke bange for at bruge den!
Two Ds together give us LL? Are we learning Welsh?
Old fat spider spinning in a tree!
Old fat spider can't see me!
Attercop! Attercop! Won't you stop?
Stop your spinning and look for me!