- The Face of Evil….dont look if easily scared. And no it's not Danny Dyer.
Hornets – evil little ****, kill them all I say.
Vicious little b@st@rds! They really do just look for reasons to sting you. Wasps I don't like being near me, but I wouldn't try and kill them.
We had a nest growing in our garden last summer, though they never troubled us. One day I looked at a small tree in the corner near the house, and found a rugby-ball sized nest built into the branch. Never even noticed 😯Posted 7 years agoD0NKSubscriber
how is a wasp useful?
[url=http://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/pollinators/wasps.shtml]Pollination[/url] which is quite important
That links from US (just the first from a google search) dunno how much pollination british wasps do but no pollination = no flora = no food for fauna = no food for us.Posted 7 years agotoby1Member
Surely sfb you can't argue the point that wasps have rights too? Or were you being ironic?
I tried to leave them be and ignore them but last summer they were just pests at our local pub garden. When I tried to ignore one it tried to fly into my mouth ffs!
Having previously been stung on the lip, eating an apple outdoors, I have a personal vendetta against them. Now I just remember to take an ultimate frisbee disc to the pub too, makes for a hell of a swat!Posted 7 years agotoabMember
"but sometimes when you are trying to have a picnic they just don't know when to quit"
When picnicing take dregs of a jar of jam or honey (or a beer can with a little left in it). The wasps smell the the jam/honey/booze and go and get stick/drowned in it, allowing you to consume your sandwiches peace.Posted 7 years agonachoMember
wasps do pollinate http://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/pollinators/wasps.shtmlPosted 7 years ago
however they also try to steal my sandwiches, drink my beer and sting me when I am riding my bike. My revenge is to kill them (but no torture)west kipperMember
I'd go so far to say I love wasps, and hornets, amazingly pretty wee insects up close. And for a large part of the year they usefully eat lots of pest species, only getting a bit radge towards the end of the year.Posted 7 years ago
I'm not to keen on the spider-killin' varieties, but everything in nature has its place etc…
BTW, I'd never heard of that Dyer cat either..kimbersSubscriber
charlie brookers view of danny dyer……
Danny Dyer is an actor, geezer, and man of the people, played by the "I'm a little bit whoa, a little bit wheyyy" Paul Whitehouse character popular in The Fast Show circa 1995.
Approximately 500 times more normal and down-to-Earth than the average citizen, Dyer is the absolute antithesis of a pretentious luvvie. He displays a refreshing absence of airs and graces and is as happy having a kick-around with the lads as giving a promotional interview about how he's equally happy having a kick-around with the lads.
Unfortunately, just as certain poisonous fish have evolved "warning colours" alerting predators to the toxic nature of their flesh, Dyer's presence on a movie poster has become a handy visual signifier alerting cinema-goers to the potential substandard quality of the film, unless said cinema-goer is so insanely enamoured with gangsters, football hooligans and rough diamonds who swear a lot, that they'll watch literally anything in which any of these elements feature, to the point where you could paint Ronnie Kray's face on a beachball, kick it in their direction, and charge them £7.99 to stare in silent idiocy as it rolls toward them.
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