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Westham67 3:16 Thu Apr 25
The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
A Wasp in my bedroom it took 15 minutes to shepherded out of the window with a coat hanger . Some scary moments when it attacked my knuckles

Personally I don't mind Wasps or Hornets (The Hell Angels of the black and orange jumper posse)

Bees are smug fuckers they think they can do what they want just because they can produce honey. They live in place called Hive what so great about living in Sussex ?

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pulhampete 9:04 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Horse flies are the number one cunts with wings.
They take a proper chunk of flesh when they bite and leave a massive lump which itches for days.

happygilmore 8:58 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I passed the 3 arena half an hour ago. I was wondering who the kids with cowboy hats with pink fur were queuing for. Barlow can sing, the other two hanging on for the pay cheques, they seem to still sell out arenas.

Grumpster 3:39 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Always enjoy watching people go mental around wasps, as they only really attack you if they feel threatened and staying chilled is the way forward.

Think those foreign gnats we now have over here leave bigger fucking sting marks as well, got one that's like a golf ball at the moment.

Many moons ago my mate pissed on a wasps nest behind Hornchurch High St where they were making a residential old people home. The entire herd attacked us and the bloke who done it was hospitalised with 10 stings on his head - ha ha, he never done that again.

Westham67 3:29 Tue Apr 30
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I have the back door open "Ohh lovey" and there is Stuka type noise in the distance it came close and then drifted off.

Gentile 11:59 Sat Apr 27
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I had a wasp in the bathroom.momwnt this week whilst holding a baby brushing their teeth.

I had to fight the urge to drop the baby and make a run for it and I did something I'd not ever done before. I tackled my irrational fear of them and with baby in arms walked over to the wasp and opened the window wider. I would never had been able to do this had I not had to deal with the little one.

It was quite a big one to be honest now to July is ok....it's August to October that becomes a massive problem to be outside.....that is fight time for them.

PS I've never been stung.

Too Much Too Young 9:15 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Mine works a treat.

Pepper the cunts wings...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Bug-A-Salt-insect-killing-salt-gun/333147394090?ul_ref=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F1%2F710-53481-19255-0%2F1%3Fff3%3D2%26toolid%3D10039%26campid%3D5338356891%26customid%3D50365%26item%3D333147394090%26vectorid%3D229508%26lgeo%3D1%26srcrot%3D710-53481-19255-0%26rvr_id%3D1948335156570%26rvr_ts%3D5ae7a1fd16a0ac751c80f526fff5057d&ul_noapp=true&pageci=e3303a7b-5fcf-445f-920b-0fd13122bcf2

Lato 9:00 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Was

13 Brentford Rd 8:51 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
"Carnivores don't eat other carnivores"

Da fings yoooz lern on WHO.

Lato 7:15 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I f@cking hate Wasps one flew up my hooter when I a kid

Westham67 4:07 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Bee keepers hat lift it for a sip of cider easy peasy

Mart O 4:06 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Sold0, SON, in July '32 they got 37% of the vote; 33% iirc in November of the same year, the last free elections until after the war. One third of the popular vote and the largest party in the Reichstag is not a small minority.

In '33 they actually got 43% of the vote, but they rigged it, so you can't count that.

That's one good thing about wasps. They don't rig elections

Northern Sold 3:54 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
... and when you are drinking a pint of Cider in August

Westham67 3:53 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I don't mind the odd wasp they get a bit lairy in a swarm

Northern Sold 3:52 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Far Cough 3:42 Fri Apr 26

Cannibals??




Mart... they was in 33

Mart O 3:47 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
"Nazis were a small minority 67 son"

Erm, no, they weren't. Still better than wasps, though.

Far Cough 3:42 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I think carnivores don't usually eat other carnivores, they may kill them though???

ohgodno 3:37 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
diehardhammer 12:58 Fri Apr 26

Bollocks to bees. They are just wasps with a better PR department.

diehardhammer 12:58 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
sorry but wasps are evil creatures

they literally take over bees nests and kill the actually useful pollinators

Westham67 12:56 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
I'll take you sound advice next time time 5 tide

Fivetide 12:37 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
Fifteen minutes running scared of an insect? I'm a grown man so I just trap and chuck out wasps in a few seconds, or pick up bees and lob them out the window. Next you'll be saying you're scared of moths.

Westham67 12:34 Fri Apr 26
Re: The Wasp in bedroom dilemma (The spring Wasp, Bee, Hornet thread)
No I had 5 dogs at one point. Now we have 2, not eaten just old age , honest

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