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To be glad at a wasp that is commiting slow suicide?

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TheDevilWearsPrimark Tue 12-Aug-08 00:54:20

Wasps are evil, non?

This one seems to think it is a moth and has been hitting itself on the sides of my lampshade and into the bulb for over an hour.

I swear it's the same one that has been in my living room daily for the last month.

SparklyGothKat Tue 12-Aug-08 00:56:45

I had a wasp in my hair earlier, I freaked out, batted it onto the floor and stamped on it. I hate wasps

TheDevilWearsPrimark Tue 12-Aug-08 01:02:32

Evil things, one followed DS around the supermarket earlier. He thought it was funny. I wanted it to get the hell away from us.

TheDevilWearsPrimark Tue 12-Aug-08 01:08:49

It's still doing it, it's quite noisy too. Clank Clank thud.

JonesTheSteam Tue 12-Aug-08 01:54:54

Definitely not unreasonable.

I took a similar delight in the one that got stuck in a spider web in my dad's garden this morning grin

BouncingTurtle Tue 12-Aug-08 08:47:08

Hate the fing bstds.

Die evil thing, slowly and painfully.

Muhahahahahahaha!!!

wotulookinat Tue 12-Aug-08 08:49:21

Is it true that when they die, they send some sort of signal out and loads more come?

fledtoscotland Tue 12-Aug-08 08:51:34

wasps are evil. they are silent and just creep up on you! then they lie dying on the floor waiting for an unsuspecting toddler to crawl over. am fed up with patrolling out carpets before DS plays to remove the dozy stingers.

petunia Tue 12-Aug-08 08:52:21

They're evil things. I had one last week that committed a fast suicide. Unfortunately (for me!) it was in the boiling hot cup of tea that I'd poured 20 seconds earlier!

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