MythDragon: [www.mnn.com image 530x300]Fark those farking farkers. I found a nest of yellow jackets last weekend when I was mowing. Apparently they don't like mowers. (Then why the fark are you living under where I mow??). I got off extremely light, as I only got zapped once on the ankle. But that shiat was swollen for 4 farking days. And one of those bastards got me in the top of the ear once. That farking hurt.I unleashed a jihadist's wrath of holy chemical warfare on those assholes, in the form of 3/4th of a can of raid down their hole. And I grabbed a chair and sat and watched as their bodies spasmed and stuggled to fly, not knowing why their little bodies wouldn't respond, only knowing fear and agony. The next day I found a group of dead yellowjackets (presumably women and children) who had tried retreating to the safety of the read of their burrow, but after finding only death and despair, had, with their last remaining strength, clawed their way to the exit, only to die just within sight of a beautiful field of clover.Then I poured gasoline down the hole and set it on fire, so the conflagration would char the bodies long past the recognition of any surviving loved ones.
Maud Dib: This is a lacewing larva. Definitely good.
jedimk: What idiot thinks a yellowjacket is a bee?
ManateeGag: Walker: I have an easier system:Does it bite, sting, or suck blood from humans? It's a bad bug.Does it leave humans alone? It's a good bug.Termites aren't known to bite people and they can go in the bad bug category. I guess there's an exception to every rule.
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