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    rumpus rhythm
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    last week on the real China documentary it showed a couple of locals enticing a hornet with a grasshopper on a stick and then fitting a white tag around its abdomen while it was eating the grasshopper. they then followed it back to its hive, smoked them out, climbed up the tree and pulled down the nest to eat the grubs

    nutters!

    spangle wrote:
    THEY ARE PURE EVIL!!

    IMO there are few things worse than wasps, I got woken up this morning by a big fat one buzzing right above my head :mad_curse

    #1220470
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    rumpus rhythm
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    last week on the real China documentary it showed a couple of locals enticing a hornet with a grasshopper on a stick and then fitting a white tag around its abdomen while it was eating the grasshopper. they then followed it back to its hive, smoked them out, climbed up the tree and pulled down the nest to eat the grubs

    nutters!

    spangle wrote:
    THEY ARE PURE EVIL!!

    IMO there are few things worse than wasps, I got woken up this morning by a big fat one buzzing right above my head :mad_curse

    #1162114
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    Brock the badger wrote:
    last week on the real China documentary it showed a couple of locals enticing a hornet with a grasshopper on a stick and then fitting a white tag around its abdomen while it was eating the grasshopper. they then followed it back to its hive, smoked them out, climbed up the tree and pulled down the nest to eat the grubs

    nutters!

    although its not a meal I’d choose, fair play to those Chinese, they’ve at least found a use for the damn things…

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    Brock the badger wrote:
    last week on the real China documentary it showed a couple of locals enticing a hornet with a grasshopper on a stick and then fitting a white tag around its abdomen while it was eating the grasshopper. they then followed it back to its hive, smoked them out, climbed up the tree and pulled down the nest to eat the grubs

    nutters!

    although its not a meal I’d choose, fair play to those Chinese, they’ve at least found a use for the damn things…

    #1162115
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    mine jsut fucked up another cat man right little thug only now its bleeding and has its eye shut tight stupid fucking animal

    used to have a cat like that but he went missing, and our other cat wasn’t as brave, so if he got bullied I had to yowl/hiss the strange cats from our garden myself, to replace the alpha male in the pride. I also started meowing at cats around that time, with a suprisingly high response rate.

    Even today I give a warning meow to kittens / young cats that I see wandering into dangerous roads where I live -a bit like a undercover lollipop man. I’ve managed not to get sectioned, on the one occasion I was caught doing this by a kittens owners I cycled off rather sheepishly but they (a whole family with kids ) all ended up trying the meowing as well :laugh_at:

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

    used to have a cat like that but he went missing, and our other cat wasn’t as brave, so if he got bullied I had to yowl/hiss the strange cats from our garden myself, to replace the alpha male in the pride. I also started meowing at cats around that time, with a suprisingly high response rate.

    Even today I give a warning meow to kittens / young cats that I see wandering into dangerous roads where I live -a bit like a undercover lollipop man. I’ve managed not to get sectioned, on the one occasion I was caught doing this by a kittens owners I cycled off rather sheepishly but they (a whole family with kids ) all ended up trying the meowing as well :laugh_at:

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    Raj;218036 wrote:
    The spider is the biggest of the native uk spiders I have come across – will try and photograph it at some point [its huuuuge :)]

    Come on then Raj where is this picture? I don’t know why I ask as I am arachnophobic … quite embarrassing to be fair :laugh_at:

    Anyway back to thread topic? Where are all the wasps? I haven’t seen any yet to catch and put on bits of cotton :hopeless:

    I miss catching them and then seeing who will win…

    Spider v Wasp

    Usually the spider to be fair 😉

    #1220431
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    Raj;218036 wrote:
    The spider is the biggest of the native uk spiders I have come across – will try and photograph it at some point [its huuuuge :)]

    Come on then Raj where is this picture? I don’t know why I ask as I am arachnophobic … quite embarrassing to be fair :laugh_at:

    Anyway back to thread topic? Where are all the wasps? I haven’t seen any yet to catch and put on bits of cotton :hopeless:

    I miss catching them and then seeing who will win…

    Spider v Wasp

    Usually the spider to be fair 😉

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