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    Chemical needs
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    And as bees can only sting once they wouldn’t be so effective as a guard as wasps would!raaa

    #1162140
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    JonnyQuest
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    Chemical needs wrote:
    And as bees can only sting once they wouldn’t be so effective as a guard as wasps would!raaa

    bee stings hurt alot more though so the threat that u might have more in your pocket could work

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    Chemical needs wrote:
    And as bees can only sting once they wouldn’t be so effective as a guard as wasps would!raaa

    bee stings hurt alot more though so the threat that u might have more in your pocket could work

    #1162119
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    I have a big spider I have cultivated for three years now in my shed and that badboy eats wasps for breakfast – go spidey raaaraaa [ wasp and bee stings are a blue light ride for me too :hopeless:]

    #1220414
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    I have a big spider I have cultivated for three years now in my shed and that badboy eats wasps for breakfast – go spidey raaaraaa [ wasp and bee stings are a blue light ride for me too :hopeless:]

    #1162113
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    General Lighting
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    Raj wrote:
    I have a big spider I have cultivated for three years now in my shed

    first keeping wildkittens, and now spiders :laugh_at:

    Actually I must upload the collection I have photographed since moving to East Anglia, which is on a hard drive somewhere, There are some big’uns at Mudstompers house and also at work (apparently they are common in Mid Suffolk). The ones in urban Ipswich are smaller.

    Since tolerating spiders in my house (when my mum was staying here she would remove all the cobwebs) I’ve noticed way less flies and wasps inside…

    #1220403
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    General Lighting
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    Raj wrote:
    I have a big spider I have cultivated for three years now in my shed

    first keeping wildkittens, and now spiders :laugh_at:

    Actually I must upload the collection I have photographed since moving to East Anglia, which is on a hard drive somewhere, There are some big’uns at Mudstompers house and also at work (apparently they are common in Mid Suffolk). The ones in urban Ipswich are smaller.

    Since tolerating spiders in my house (when my mum was staying here she would remove all the cobwebs) I’ve noticed way less flies and wasps inside…

    #1162120
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    Raj
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    The spider is the biggest of the native uk spiders I have come across – will try and photograph it at some point [its huuuuge :)]

    #1220415
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    Raj
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    The spider is the biggest of the native uk spiders I have come across – will try and photograph it at some point [its huuuuge :)]

    #1162146
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    lilmstrixta
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    i hate bugs and insekts they give me the heebee geebees

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    lilmstrixta
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    i hate bugs and insekts they give me the heebee geebees

    #1162121
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    Raj
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    By the way [thread hijack briefly ;)] that kitten is now a ferocious hunter – the record is 3 rats in one day :laugh_at:

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    Raj
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    By the way [thread hijack briefly ;)] that kitten is now a ferocious hunter – the record is 3 rats in one day :laugh_at:

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    JonnyQuest
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    Raj wrote:
    By the way [thread hijack briefly ;)] that kitten is now a ferocious hunter – the record is 3 rats in one day :laugh_at:

    my beast can top trump that 1 rat 2 mice and a magpie

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    JonnyQuest
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    Raj wrote:
    By the way [thread hijack briefly ;)] that kitten is now a ferocious hunter – the record is 3 rats in one day :laugh_at:

    my beast can top trump that 1 rat 2 mice and a magpie

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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    my beast can top trump that 1 rat 2 mice and a magpie

    My old cat (dead now) back in his prime managed a pile of mice on grumpy neighbours doorstep, a frog, and a fking woodpecker! He also got a fair few of sum guys doves he kept in his garden the same week, he weren’t a popular cat down my road! Was wicked though stupidly friendly during the day & crazed killer at night :laugh_at:

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    spangle
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    my beast can top trump that 1 rat 2 mice and a magpie

    My old cat (dead now) back in his prime managed a pile of mice on grumpy neighbours doorstep, a frog, and a fking woodpecker! He also got a fair few of sum guys doves he kept in his garden the same week, he weren’t a popular cat down my road! Was wicked though stupidly friendly during the day & crazed killer at night :laugh_at:

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    JonnyQuest
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    spangle wrote:
    My old cat (dead now) back in his prime managed a pile of mice on grumpy neighbours doorstep, a frog, and a fking woodpecker! He also got a fair few of sum guys doves he kept in his garden the same week, he weren’t a popular cat down my road! Was wicked though stupidly friendly during the day & crazed killer at night :laugh_at:

    haha yeh man mines the same lovely little thing i was impressed by the magpie the most cause this is a fairly urban area would have had to walk a few blocks to find it at least

    #1220454
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    JonnyQuest
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    spangle wrote:
    My old cat (dead now) back in his prime managed a pile of mice on grumpy neighbours doorstep, a frog, and a fking woodpecker! He also got a fair few of sum guys doves he kept in his garden the same week, he weren’t a popular cat down my road! Was wicked though stupidly friendly during the day & crazed killer at night :laugh_at:

    haha yeh man mines the same lovely little thing i was impressed by the magpie the most cause this is a fairly urban area would have had to walk a few blocks to find it at least

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    Digital-A wrote:
    all of the presents to my friends last year when i went to france consisted of insects with cotton round …

    lol that is proper funny as fuck.

    on the subject of kitties though, just dont feed them cat food and they’ll eat every mouse and rat in the area.
    mine was a right little killing machine.

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    Digital-A wrote:
    all of the presents to my friends last year when i went to france consisted of insects with cotton round …

    lol that is proper funny as fuck.

    on the subject of kitties though, just dont feed them cat food and they’ll eat every mouse and rat in the area.
    mine was a right little killing machine.

    #1162143
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    JonnyQuest
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    mine jsut fucked up another cat man right little thug only now its bleeding and has its eye shut tight stupid fucking animal

    #1220456
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    JonnyQuest
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    mine jsut fucked up another cat man right little thug only now its bleeding and has its eye shut tight stupid fucking animal

    #1162153
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    fishpaste
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    ahahahahahahahahahahaha

    #1220472
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    fishpaste
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    ahahahahahahahahahahaha

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