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    Default Taming a wasp.

    I captured a wasp that had become trapped on my enclosed porch, are any of you experienced in taming wasps? He/she is rather large. I'll include a video once it's been encoded.

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    JESUS CHRIST, CALL THE FUCKING MILITARY. That is a goddamn national emergency right there. No one is safe!
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    Wasps cannot be tamed. @_@ They're menacing and deadly! And I think they eat puppies and crap on kittens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gish View Post
    are any of you experienced in taming wasps?

    If you remain absolutely still, you are commanding the wasp not to attack you with it's venomous stinger

    If you want to make the wasp fly really fast and pretty much freak out, swing or throw something at it

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    I'm somehow recalling the time when I was a kid and my little sis tried to claim an injured pet (which she named Waspie) as a pet... she decided that since wasps seem to like sweet things that she should feed it orange soda... somehow it ended up getting it's head stuck in the orange soda as it dried and became sticky and she had to squash it and cried and cried

    this is the same girl who tried to give CPR to a bird that she hit with a car... and she gave the poor dead thing a huge lungful of air that would have killed it had it not already been dead!
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    [YOUTUBE="o7MTdIBRH0g"]HERE IT IS[/YOUTUBE]

    Here is the video

    You'll notice the grunting noise he makes at 14 seconds in, he keeps doing that, it's pretty unsettling.
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    That thing is disgusting when it curls its tail around to sting.

    But it's something you can't help staring at.

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    *Anticipates, how to recover from wasp sting, thread*

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    You think he can't get out of there? He can. He's just fucking with you, Gish. Biding his time. Waiting for the moment to strike. As we speak, he's laughing inside his demon wasp mind. That deep, malicious laughter that sends shivers down your spine and a chill in your bones. He's already contemplating how he wants to kill you when he decides to release himself from his prison. Will he kill you quickly? No. No, he has decided to make you suffer. Why, you ask? For being so naive as to think you could contain him in mere plastic. He is offended that you have underestimated his power, and has decided to show you the truth of his might. Silly fragile human... So drunk on power, thinking you're at the top of the animal kingdom that you have placed a killing machine in such fragile confinement. Now he waits. Watches your every movement. He might strike tonight. He might bide his time. But he is watching you. Waiting. Even if you don't sleep tonight, you will eventually. And he will be there. Hovering over you.

    Sweet dreams.
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    That's cool Gish!

    For instant taming, shower him with wasp & hornet spray.

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