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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Of course, their reaction towards men also depends of the specie you're facing. Once again, you just have to know them well. Common European wasps (Polistes sp.) are easy to manipulate, while hornets (Vespa sp.), on the other hand, can be very mischevious...
    So wait... are you saying wasps are sexist?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbirleigh View Post
    So wait... are you saying wasps are sexist?
    LMAO!! Nice. And the little red bastards (bitches?) chase me around the barracks. My platoon buddies think its hiliarious to let one in and watch me freak out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildCard View Post
    LMAO!! Nice. And the little red bastards (bitches?) chase me around the barracks. My platoon buddies think its hiliarious to let one in and watch me freak out.
    Ooooh... I would punch someone... seriously. I hate wasps with a passion.


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    Oh, yeah, it's all fun and games until I grab a bottle of lighter fluid and start squirting it everywhere trying to get the wasp. Then they start getting worried
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    I believe this image is appropriate to the topic (though it is nsfw).

    http://28.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0...nfa9o1_500.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I believe this image is appropriate to the topic (though it is nsfw).

    http://28.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0...nfa9o1_500.jpg
    Well what it says is not accurate at all.

    Wasps are very important pollinators in nature -depends of the structure of the flower, of course-, and even more since honey bees are slowly disappearing (unfortunately... but we have to blame our pesticide industry for that). They are usually attracted to nectar and sweet things.
    Within the tropics, their importance for plants clearly outbalances classic bees and bumblebees. For instance, most orchids and tropical fruit-trees are pollinated by wasps, not bees.
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    But what about non-native wasps. It is a real problem when they displace native wasps and bees.
    The native wasps almost never sting either, unlike the bastard that stung me a few weeks ago (still have the mark).

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    I haven't been stung by a bee ever since I was a kid. I forget what it feels like.

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    The more you get stung, the more allergic you get. So I hear. It seems counterintuitive - wouldn't you get more immune? No. It's like an accumulating poison.

    I hate wasps, they hate me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Architectonic View Post
    But what about non-native wasps. It is a real problem when they displace native wasps and bees.
    The native wasps almost never sting either, unlike the bastard that stung me a few weeks ago (still have the mark).
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