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2 two weeks ago I started hearing this buzzing and I thought a bee had come in. I then realised there was a bee OUTSIDE my window but it's buzzing was so loud it sounded like it was next to me. I didn't think anything of it as I just assumed it would go away but now it's been two weeks and I'm losing my MIND. The buzzing is so loud and constant I can't revise in my bedroom anymore. The thing is HUGE too. I was concerned maybe there was a nest but upon checking there is none. My mom said it's probably hovering bc it's about to die but that doesn't seem likely. It just keeps flying next to the wall by my window and I'm scared it's one of those bees that lay eggs in brick or it'll find an opening and get into my bedroom somehow.
What should I do?
It literally turns up everyday for a few hours then goes away only to come back the next day. Despite it being summer and having heatwaves I can't open my windows in fear of it flying in so my room is boiling. It's definitely the same bee everyday because the size is so big it's unlikely to be multiple different ones.
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dude yesterday a massive fly came into my room. couldn't revise for 2 hours as it woudn't leave my room. had to wait until 4 for my lil brother to get back from school to kill it lol.
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Just hairspray it, the wings will stick together and it’ll fall to the ground. Then kill it quickly by hitting it with idk
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dude yesterday a massive fly came into my room. couldn't revise for 2 hours as it woudn't leave my room. had to wait until 4 for my lil brother to get back from school to kill it lol.
can relate, locked myself in my room, and blocked the bottom of the door witih clothes, for 2 hours watching Netflix because of a wasp in my room
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Just hairspray it, the wings will stick together and it’ll fall to the ground. Then kill it quickly by hitting it with idk
mind = blown

how did you figure this out? :eek:
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I was late to school today because there was a bee in the bathroom and none of my family members were up to remove it.
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Just hoover it? Best option I feel
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mind = blown

how did you figure this out? :eek:
I use hairspray for my art sketches to stop them from fading and idk there was a wasp in my room and normally deodorant makes them pass out so I used my hairspray and yeah it worked!! Haha
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It's just a bee, it's not going to eat you lol
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(Original post by namkeen-kuthi)
I use hairspray for my art sketches to stop them from fading and idk there was a wasp in my room and normally deodorant makes them pass out so I used my hairspray and yeah it worked!! Haha
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Make a deodorant flamethrower and roast it
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(Original post by Sammy_789)
2 two weeks ago I started hearing this buzzing and I thought a bee had come in. I then realised there was a bee OUTSIDE my window but it's buzzing was so loud it sounded like it was next to me. I didn't think anything of it as I just assumed it would go away but now it's been two weeks and I'm losing my MIND. The buzzing is so loud and constant I can't revise in my bedroom anymore. The thing is HUGE too. I was concerned maybe there was a nest but upon checking there is none. My mom said it's probably hovering bc it's about to die but that doesn't seem likely. It just keeps flying next to the wall by my window and I'm scared it's one of those bees that lay eggs in brick or it'll find an opening and get into my bedroom somehow.
What should I do?
It literally turns up everyday for a few hours then goes away only to come back the next day. Despite it being summer and having heatwaves I can't open my windows in fear of it flying in so my room is boiling. It's definitely the same bee everyday because the size is so big it's unlikely to be multiple different ones.
If you're scared of it, ask your parents to do one of the things listed below:

If you're not scared of it, grab a flyswatter (if you have one) and whack it; or spray a chemical spray around the side of your window frame used to get rid of them
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If it comes inside just shoo it away with a book or something back towards your window, bees dont usually sting unlike wasps.
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Challenge it to a boxing match. If you win, it has to leave for good. If it wins, it stays.
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Everyone saying to hairspray it or swat it - I can't because it is OUTSIDE. My windows are small so trying to do anything would involve me having to stick my whole arm out and even then I'm not guaranteed getting it because it's more to the right of my window and my bedroom structure is slightly curved ( kinda like balcony curve ) so I can't try to make it go away as I can't reach / aim.
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I had this on my window a year ago - https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...442/image0.jpg

there was actually a whole nest of them on one of the (blocked off) chimneys and i left my bedroom light on so they'd all come to my window in the night time lmao. there were at least seven on the window

it was great

i took a picture of them and sent it to my brother and he opened it at 3am

that's a hornet by the way, not a wasp, it was 2-3cm long

oh and one came in my room so i rolled up my laptop sleeve and hit it mid air. it's exoskeleton made one hell of a crack when it hit the wall lmao
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(Original post by Sammy_789)
2 two weeks ago I started hearing this buzzing and I thought a bee had come in. I then realised there was a bee OUTSIDE my window but it's buzzing was so loud it sounded like it was next to me. I didn't think anything of it as I just assumed it would go away but now it's been two weeks and I'm losing my MIND. The buzzing is so loud and constant I can't revise in my bedroom anymore. The thing is HUGE too. I was concerned maybe there was a nest but upon checking there is none. My mom said it's probably hovering bc it's about to die but that doesn't seem likely. It just keeps flying next to the wall by my window and I'm scared it's one of those bees that lay eggs in brick or it'll find an opening and get into my bedroom somehow.
What should I do?
It literally turns up everyday for a few hours then goes away only to come back the next day. Despite it being summer and having heatwaves I can't open my windows in fear of it flying in so my room is boiling. It's definitely the same bee everyday because the size is so big it's unlikely to be multiple different ones.
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can relate, locked myself in my room, and blocked the bottom of the door witih clothes, for 2 hours watching Netflix because of a wasp in my room
i didnt even take my phone with me.

i eventually assisted my brother with the kill. he insisted to let it go, but i just used bleach to kill that mf while it was down.
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(Original post by HoldThisL)
I had this on my window a year ago - https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...442/image0.jpg

there was actually a whole nest of them on one of the (blocked off) chimneys and i left my bedroom light on so they'd all come to my window in the night time lmao. there were at least seven on the window

it was great

i took a picture of them and sent it to my brother and he opened it at 3am

that's a hornet by the way, not a wasp, it was 2-3cm long

oh and one came in my room so i rolled up my laptop sleeve and hit it mid air. it's exoskeleton made one hell of a crack when it hit the wall lmao
So is this you or your ghost speaking?
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So is this you or your ghost speaking?
lmao
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