LL: Wow! That was freaky! I've never seen such a big cockroach before!
LL: Freaky means scary or really weird. That bug was definitely freaky.
LL: What do you think of spiders?
LL: Yeah, I don't like spiders very much either. My friend has a pet tarantula, which is a really big hairy spider, and it is the freakiest thing I've ever seen.
LL: Pet tarantulas are actually pretty common. You can buy them in any pet shop.
LH: 嗨，我才不管这种蜘蛛宠物是不是很常见。我还是觉得养蜘蛛当宠物真是很怪，很可怕的，very freaky！
LL: There's a horror movie about giant spiders that is so freaky that I can't even bear to watch it.
LL: Yeah, I only watched a few minutes of it before I decided that it was too freaky for me.
LL: Actually, snakes don't bother me that much. Rats don't bother me very much, either.
LL: Hey, Li Hua, would you wig out and refuse to come to my apartment if I got a pet rat?
LH: 你想在家里养老鼠当宠物，还问我会不会wig out，那是什么意思啊？
LL: To wig out means the same as to freak out. It means to get very excited or upset.
LH: 噢，wig out跟freak out意思一样，就是让人激动，或者把人吓坏了。哎，Larry，你是真的想养一只老鼠当宠物啊？
LL: They actually make good pets and they are relatively easy to care for.
LL: That's what I was afraid of. I wouldn't mind having a pet rat, but I don't want to make all of my friends wig out, either.
LL: I hadn't thought of that. Yeah, I don't want to meet a nice girl then cause her to wig out when she finds out that I have a pet rat.
LL: I know, but I don't want people wigging out every time they come to my apartment.
LL：That's a good idea!