Brad Messer Commentary
They call it the Two-Striped Telamonia. The Jumping Spider. Native to Indonesia and India, now also found in Singapore.
I would say it is "flesh colored" but someone would ask "exactly whose flesh?" and I would plunge into the politically-incorrect Canyon canyon canyon. So I will simply say the female Two-Striped Telamonia is midway between pink and orange. The male is also flesh-colored: he's black. I couldn't stop myself.
An e-mail circulating on the internet says this, quote:
The report says a toxicologist found a small spider living under a toilet seat in the women's restroom. Quote,
Yep, that's exactly what the report says. However, restrain yourself from toilet-seat panic: the spiders are real, but they're not here, and the internet report is totally-phony baloney. Thank goodness I'm here to protect you from this internet stuff. I know you're grateful.
Brad Messer commentary, KTSA.