If I were a bug I'd be dead by now. The worst part is trying to get rid of the feeling of web, and you can't tell if it's actually gone or if it's just your imagination. Even worse is when the web is still attached to you and there is a spider dangling from a thread crawling towards your face.
This still happens, even with everyone living in different places, we all show up and most of us will be wearing the same color outfit without planning to do so.
I hope you all had a good Easter Sunday!
The ocean and it's life fascinates me from a distance, but up close it terrifies me. I want to see a Sperm Whale fight a Giant Squid, I want to know and see just how big squid actually get, I want to see the life span of Sailfish from egg to lethal predator that communicates it's actions by color and fin position, I WANT TO FIND A MERMAID!!!..... but not up close. I feel the same way about bugs.
Seriously, I can't picture any kid staying put in a tower like that for their whole life and not try climbing it. (Assuming the story is not the Disney version where the writers were clever enough to make the witch manipulative and molded Rapunzel to think a certain way, but the Grimm version where all she has to do is let down her hair.)
If you didn't dish up enough food in the first helping, you couldn't count on there being seconds. Although you could get lucky and steal food off the plate of someone else (mainly if you were Colleen and Patricia). Of course you have to count on them fighting back. Olie knew where the food fell, all she had to do was bide her time.