You might be seeing more spiders in your home over the next few weeks and here's why
Kill them with fire.
Every so often, we dwell on the story about a man who accidentally set fire to his house while trying to kill a spider and think about three things.
1) How big was that fecking spider? 2) Was it worth it? 3) Does he know that plenty of people would have done the exact same thing and they they fully support this decision?
Well, as the nights get longer and the cold comes creeping in, it appears that those eight-legged creepy-crawlies will be more prevalent in Irish homes.
Rentokil are doing the Lord's work by sending these demons back to the hell that they came from and they've said that there's a perfectly legitimate reason for the increase in spider sightings - you know, aside from the gates of hell opening up and then spawning forth.
"As the temperature drops in Autumn, spiders become more active, looking for a mate, and come out of their hiding places. Towards the end of Autumn many die off, but some hibernate until the following Spring. Spider eggs are laid into a silken sac, on average about 100 eggs in each sac, which may be fixed to a surface, hidden in the web or carried by the female. Signs of the sacs fixed indoors indicate that soon there will be more spiders around."
Yep, we're not sleeping until the seasons change and every single one of them is dead. Or, we could get a flamethrower and kill them with fire.
What's the worst that could happen?