Anti-Spider Protection Vehicle

Great news! After many hours of hard work I can happily say that the spider problem has now been solved. I would like to introduce: The Anti-Spider Protection Vehicle or A.S.P.V.for short.

The A.S.P.V. has been specially designed to allow the otter inside to concentrate on important attic missions (and talk to Santa), without having to worry about spiders. It features a clear ‘anti spider’ message on the side and it’s very hard for them to get in. I have also added Glowsticks because, as everyone knows, spiders hate Glowsticks.

Anti-Spider Protection Vehicle

Unfortunately, the A.S.P.V. is only big enough to carry one otter, and there is no room for best friends. This means Teddy won’t fit. He was a little upset at first, but has promised to be brave, and he is happy that I will be safe from the spiders. I said I’d give him some extra spider training, so things should be fine.

Finally, I want to point out that that the A.S.P.V. is not just confined to attic missions. If you are really scared of spiders, the A.S.P.V. could make everyday life around the house much easier. You can even take a trip to the local shop, park or Post Office, safe inside your A.S.P.V. I know this works because I took mine to the post office. This was frustrating for Otter Keeper, but everyone else was very interested and talked to me lots. If you’d like to build your own A.S.P.V., just ask me, Teddy, or Giraffe for details.

2016-10-26T12:00:48+00:00

7 Comments

  1. Rhoda Baxter September 30, 2014 at 11:44 am

    This looks like an excellent idea. I would love a ASPV. I’m a bit bigger than an Otter so I shall have to locate a big enough box first.

    I have the glow sticks already. I twist a couple into a hat to wear each night so that spiders don’t run over my face when I’m asleep. (Don’t tell Teddy about this. It might give him nightmares).

  2. Linda September 30, 2014 at 7:46 pm

    I know I always feel safer when I’m inside a box. If those spiders are smart, they will run away!

  3. bev otter September 30, 2014 at 9:39 pm

    WOW that is looking very effective, I may have to see if I have a spare box in the garage… Oh, hang on there are spiders in my garage!!!

  4. Sue Pownall October 3, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    Fabulous invention Otter. Maybe you could build a 2nd one for Teddy so he doesn’t have to be very brave?

  5. LadyCavalier December 19, 2014 at 3:29 am

    WHAT IS THIS? THIS IS GENIUSOSITTY! GENIUSOTTEROSITTY, I TELL YOU!!!
    I found your stuff on DA! It looked really cute! I came here! And thus, a great love (and yet another obsession to steal time from my homework) was born!
    The art, the writing, the relatability–this is something beautiful and extraordinary. This is humorous and uplifting. Quaint, I think is the word. But, like, Mega-awesome quaint. Epic quaintitude.
    The World needs to know about Otter! This could save our generation! I would tell them, but I have no identity as of yet. But believe me, when I come of age and has teh monays, I will support your Otter as best I can!
    Now, I’m off to immerse myself in some geniusotterosity and quaintitude, for which I thank you greatly.

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  7. Oluwabukola Tinubu August 17, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    It seems they are making some progress with attic mission.

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