I'm also still not convinced I know what's like spiders. First time I thought he said "memories," then "men," but this time I'm positive there was an "S" sound in there. Like "mens are like spiders." Thoughts?
Yeah, I'm still confused on this. Last time, it sounded like "mems" to me. Perhaps it's future slang for memories?
EDIT: Wait, no, got it. He's quoting his great grandfather, who's speaking in some Southern English. "Men's like spiders - it's the little one's that get you" as in "Men is like spiders". It reads weird, but say it out loud with a Southern drawl. I think this is it.