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My Pet Wasp!!! watch

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    I posted a thread on how to get a pet wasp about a month ago.

    Anyways I had never tried the method for myself. Today however an wasp flew into my room, and before my cat could catch and eat it (which she does without getting stung!), I got a cup and as it crawled over my desk I trapped it. I then slid a piece of carboard under the cup so that I could carry it. I then put it in my fridge because my friends told me that this makes them go into a dormant like state. About an hour ago I went and lifted off the cup, and the wasp was really still. I then went and go a pice of string and whacked a bit of superglue on one and and carefully put this end on the wasps back whilst scared ****less it would wake up and attack me. I then placed the cup over it again and left it. A moment ago I returned and carefully took it out of the fridge and tied the other end of the string to a pole that is about twice as long as the piece of string. Anways at this point the wasp woke up and started to fly about, but now I have a pet wasp :eek: :eek: !!!! Unfortunately I dont have a digital camera though so can put a picture up. But its so cool, wonder how long it will live for...

    Hmmm in the summer I might make an army of them, 10 wasps attached to one pole :p:
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    Buzz off.
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    What would make me laugh is if the sring becomes detached whilst you're asleep with the window shut.....

    Mwuhahahahaha
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    Buzz off.
    Gd morning to you to :p:
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    (Original post by rpotter)
    Gd morning to you to :p:
    'Tis nearly noon here, good sir.

    I need a pic of this wasp, you've aroused my curiousity:eek:
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    (Original post by Imster)
    What would make me laugh is if the sring becomes detached whilst you're asleep with the window shut.....

    Mwuhahahahaha
    :afraid:
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    I need a pic of this wasp, you've aroused my curiousity:eek:
    Alas I have no camera
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    Did you know there's no known antidote for wasp stings? And they can sting you more than once unlike a bee?

    Have fun with it :p:
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    Thats just cruel
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    poor waspie. (although I have a scar from being stung)
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    Cruel and funny. The best kind of funny
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    Insect cruelty, obviosly.

    ...get a miniature whip and make it sing and dance for you.
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    I have a pet lizard!! :p: It helps me eat any cockroaches that crawl in the house..
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    (Original post by Imster)
    Did you know there's no known antidote for wasp stings?
    Vinegar works apparently.
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    Why would you want to do that? Sick and wrong!
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    give me your address. ill come round, superglue rope to your arse and hang you out the window.
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    (Original post by HistoryStudent)
    Vinegar works apparently.
    That's a debate in itself. It seems to help people but it's not scientifically proven to be antidote..Strange stuff.
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    lets have a mass debate about vinegar.
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    You can mass debate if you like :p: Don't drag me into it >.>
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    when i was like 9 I caught a catapiller (sp) and kept it in a cup outside and it actually was a friendly thing but vanished the next day.
    Eurgh i wouldn't go near anything like that now
 
 
 

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