Here are Liam Forrester and Kirsty Garand from Stockwood, Bristol.
AAAAARGH! But ok. Let's try to talk about this calmly.
Ok, you can maybe get back to screaming now.
Ok. But here are some other things to bear in mind.
And second, and I know this is hard to believe: they're the good guys.
Spiders carry out an essential role. They are a key part of ecosystems, eating other bugs and in turn being eaten, passing the nutrients up the system. As for in your house, they can act in much the same way, trapping and limiting the number of other flies. They fill a vital role as predators in a wide range of ecosystems. There are at least 36,000 species of spiders and without them the most diverse food webs in the world would collapse. Through their choice of prey species, spiders also help limit the transmission of insect borne diseases.
The truth is, if you see a spider in your house, the best thing is just to leave it be. They're just dropping by and they might help themselves to some of your flies.
Deep breaths everyone. Deep breaths.