Who's an ***hole?

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Gutwrench, Mar 30, 2016.

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Who's an ***hole?

  1. Bees

    2 vote(s)
    6.5%
  2. Wasps

    29 vote(s)
    93.5%
  1. Gutwrench macrumors 65816

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  2. bruinsrme macrumors 601

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    how are you defining Wasps. Obviously you're playing off the other thread.
     
  3. Gutwrench thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Ok who voted for the bee? Renzatic you wasp! :mad:
     
  4. Renzatic Suspended

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    These are bees...

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    These are wasps...

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    Bees give us honey...

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    Wasps give us pain...

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    Wasps are ***holes.

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    Bees are the suicide bombers of the bug world. Wasps live to sting again and again.
     
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    We're not trying to have a discussion that supports a neutral stance, Van. Either you pick which one you think is the ***hole, or you get out. :mad:
     
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    Your dogwhistle apisism isn't welcome in this thread.
     
  9. D.T. macrumors 603

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    The thread is too exclusionary ... W[here]TF are the hornets?
     
  10. Gutwrench thread starter macrumors 65816

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    I think they are trying to appropriate wasp culture and need put in their place. Hornets are morons.
     
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    Well since we are talking flying creatures, bee keeper I know mentioned the European Black Wasp is one that you want to let live.
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    horse flys are nasty too I had one chase me around kept biting me over and over. Tabanus_bromius_horse_fly_female_resting_on_fence.jpg
     
  16. D.T. macrumors 603

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    We should let them all live.

    #flyinginsectlivesmatter
     
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    Hornets aren't stupid, but they are posers of the worst kind. They wanna be wasps, but they ain't got the style.
     
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    that picture of wasps on that guys hand physically gave me pain similar to a wasp sting, despite never having been stung.
     
  19. HEK macrumors 68030

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    Love bites
     
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    I've been stung about 9 times by various kinds of bees and ***holes. European Wasps were probably the worst. It felt like someone was putting a cigarette out on my back.
     
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    That sounds terrible. I have a friend who's gotten stung 5 times on his eyelids.

    I have never gotten stung because as soon as I notice a bee within a 5 mile radius I run; stop for no one.
     
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    Jesus, those are terrifying. And according to the ever-reliable and utterly trustworthy Daily Mail, around a year ago...

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    This is the first compelling argument I've encountered for Brexit. Or at least a wall, paid for by killer hornets.
     
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    At once or at different times? Either way, that's some terrible luck.

    I'm not quite that bad. If I see some wasps flying around, I'll keep my distance, but I won't avoid them entirely.

    Now snakes, on the other hand...
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    ***hole wasps pay no heed to your feeble boundaries. If they're coming, they're coming.

    I've been faced with Japanese Wasps before. They're not fun at all. Apparently someone around here thought it'd be a great idea to bring some back with them on a trip, then let them all loose in the woods. It turned out there was a fairly decent sized infestation of them out near my friend's house that animal control had to burn out to get rid of.

    They were absolutely insane. Unlike regular wasps who only get aggressive when you're near their nest, these things would come flying directly to you from a hundred yards away. It was like they could smell your fear, and hated you for your cowardice.

    Fortunately, they weren't nearly as fat and evil as the ones in that pic, but they were still pretty good sized. We killed a couple of them, and they were just about as long as my index finger.
     
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    Wow, really?

    Wasps do pollinate and without them, we would be extinct. It's not for the extra pollination along with bees that is very important, the wasps pest control features allow for a lot of crops to survive.

    Saying getting rid of wasps is about as informed as saying get rid of all bacteria in the gut.
     
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    No one likes a wasp apologist, Dot.
     

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