Wasps in my attic
Could they/would they snip their way through a plastic binbag?
Just imagining about a binbag on a cinchable wire loop on a stick type arrangement.
Not quite sure what you’d do with them afterwards though. take them for a drive and release them humanely into the countryside/bonfire?Posted 4 years agotimidwheelerSubscriber
We had one in the loft a couple of years ago. We tried leaving it, but it was directly above our bed and as August wore on the noise got too much (they got up earlier than we did). Also they exited right by our patio and patio doors which meant having anything to eat or drink outside or having the doors open during dinner turned into a massive waspfest.Posted 4 years ago
Announcer (Eric Idle): “Wasp Club” introduced as usual by Ronny Thompson
Ronny (Terry Jones): Hello and welcome to Wasp Club, where we….
Announcer: We interrupt this sketch to take you straight back to Novel writing from Dorchester and the latest news about that opening sentence
(loud crowd noise in background)
Reporter (Michael Palin): Well, the noise you can hear is because Hardy has just completed his first sentence and it’s a real cracker. Just listen to this. “A Saturday afternoon in November was approaching the time of twilight and the vast track of unenclosed wild knows as Egden Heath enbrowned itself moment by moment.” and that after only three hours of writing. What a Hardy-esque cracker…
Announcer: Well, Ronny Thompson will be back with more of Wasp Club when he is all better. Meanwhile, here is Jeremy Burke with a new series of Tiger Club.
Announcer (Michael Palin): “Tiger Club” introduced by Jeremy Burke.
Burke (John Cleese): Good evening. One of the main problems in keeping a Siberian tiger in an ordinary suburban..ahhh hooo… (yells) Oh, Christ! There’s a wasp in here!
(people running around trying to swat the wasp)
Burke: Quick, before he gets on the tiger! ….Oh, ****!
(yelling, general panic)
Announcer (Eric Idle): Well, “Tiger Club” was introduced by (tiger roars, Eric screams)
Announcer (Michael Palin): Before the next joke, there will be a short raspberry
(a short raspberry)
Announcer: And you will be able to hear that again… (wasp sound) OH!!!..oh!!… (running and yelling)Posted 4 years agosteviedSubscriber
In my shed I found a can of wd40 and a cigarette lighter to be very effective.
Badgers are good too
Does the badger replace the lighter or the WD40? Not sure what would be worse, a badger on fire or a badger that’s p’d off because it’s just been sprayed with WD…
Back OT, I hate wasps so would deploy everything available.Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
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