Will you walk into my parlor?
~ The Spider

The Spider is the chief antagonist of the poem The Spider and the Fly. It was a poem made by Mary Howitt.

In the story, the Spider asks the titular protagonist the Fly, if she would like to see his parlor. Though hesistant, she follows him in, due to his sweetalking the following day. She had indeed returned, and he grabs her, and ties her up in his webs, and he devours her. The poem was used to teach children to behave.
"Would you like to come into my parlor?"

"Would you like to come into my parlor?"