How To Save $300 Of Wasps Disinfestation Service

Submitted by: dada 6 years ago in Weird

Scott destroys a huge wasp nest with a little lighter fluid, propane, and boyhood exuberance.
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Male 1,371
Those wasps are dead. REALLY f*ckin dead.
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Female 168
Does anyone else think the filmer sounded like BJ Novak?
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Female 1,172
We have someone here who if you call him he will take your bees away for free. He gets his mobile bee hives and moves the bees into them and takes them to his bee lair. lol
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Female 546
dude that`s freaking hot.
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Male 812
This is how it`s supposed to be done. Treat nature with disrespect.
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Male 39
Kill it! Kill it with.... oh never-mind...
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Male 214
whoop dee frigging doo.....
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Male 1,360
can`t help to feel a bit sad, and I don`t like wasps.
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Male 25,416
The sound of many wasps screeming in agony! I feel a disturbance in the force
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Male 304
BEHOLD! The two footmen of the BEEPOKOLYOPSE!
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Male 10,339
@nerd rage: HORNETS ARE WASPS! JESUS!
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Male 425
not wasps... hornets...
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Male 958
That was awesome.

Why you all so mad bra?
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Male 81
sick.
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Male 3,431
Stoopid.
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Female 68
Mormons always a good time with fire.
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Male 768
what dicks!!
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Male 10,339
@inversegrav: If they were hornets, which they aren`t, then everyone would be right because....

Hornets are a type of wasp.

If it isn`t a bee, or an ant, it`s a wasp.
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Female 1,604
yes I agree with inversegrav, bees are fine wasps not so much.
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Male 36
why must we humans destroy everything
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Male 1,485
take that bitches!!
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Male 418
how come iv done this many times and never filmed it? and the neighborhood kids never came to watch?

suburbia is lame
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Male 535
@inversegrav no those are definitely ordinary wasps. hornets are WAY bigger! although, if you wanna be really exact about this, hornets are only a certain kind of wasps anyway.
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Male 770
As long as it`s wasps, not bees. There`s nothing wrong with bees :)

you only say that europe because you never had to deal with the "Killer Bee". In mexico and the southwest US they are a terror.
-- but thats beside the point. I dont think those are bees or wasps. I think they are Hornets. but I`m no expert so mock me at will.
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Male 1,834
MEH
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Male 535
if these were bees instead of wasps I`d be pissed now, but because it`s only wasps I`m kinda happy about this :)
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Male 1,686
i feel kinda bad : (
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Male 12,138
[quote]As long as it`s wasps, not bees. There`s nothing wrong with bees :)[/quote]
True dat. Bees are the original Suicide Bombers. At some level, you have to respect their martyrdom and dedication to their cause. Wasps don`t even die after stinging you, they just keep doing it again and again. They`re just plain c*nts.

I refer to my previous post.
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Male 1,231
As long as it`s wasps, not bees. There`s nothing wrong with bees :)
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Male 12,138
In before "But Davy, tell us how you REALLY feel"
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Male 12,138
I`m pretty hippie when it comes to creatures. I`ve parked my car 20 feet from a bear and gotten out to take photographs, while the other occupants of the car were pooing their pants. I`ve nonchanchantly shooed away a pair of wolves with a stick while trying to examine a particulary interesting outcrop (both true stories). But put me in a room with a stinging insect, and I turn into a dribbling bitch. Not bees or mosquitos, but wasps specifically. Maybe it`s because I grew up in a candy store/sweetie shop (my parents` business) and I used to get stung 3-4 times a day on average as a kid.

Burn the motherf*ckers, every time. They have nothing to contribute to society except anguish, misery and pain. And if you read up on it, there`s not a species of wasp on the planet that doesn`t doesn`t get by but by the misery of others.

Example. Bastards.
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Male 1,010
After that they made the wasps sign an agreement that made it impossible for them to acheive any real nectar prosper. They were not allowed to have any warrior wasps. But as the years flew by, this model resulted in a collapse in the entire nectar exchange wasp community in the neighbourhood, after several nests started bulding nectar lending models that relied on this wasps nest paying it`s ever growing debt. But this was not the end. Twenty years later a failed art wasp sits in his cubicle, dreaming of revenge.. They will be back. And the garbage box and some spray cans won`t cut it next time..
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Male 2,402
BTW they are Mormons as not only you could hear Brother and Sister, but "when on mission" was used. Plus one in shorts had his magical undershirt on. Therefore he is protected from bee stings. Gotta love those guys. They are like Richie from Happy Days.

Also those are hornets. Typical nest
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Male 576
Agreed 100% keith and glad to hear someone else say it. Plus Im sure all 10,000 wasps were reincarnated into butterflies and ladybugs.. or singing prostitutes *fingers crossed
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Male 37,865
@keith2 Me too! I catch wasps who wander into my porch or house in a butterfly net and gently toss them outside!
Cloth eating moths, mosquitos and other vermin meet a horrible fate tho.
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Male 11,740
It would have been awesome if a bunch of flaming wasps started flying out of the can and attacked them. Hmmm.....maybe I need to write a horror movie.
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Male 127
Awwww.

I wanted an "after" shot.
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Male 1,021
A wasp holocaust
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Male 2,085
I hate wasps, more than I hate fire ants.
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Male 2,592
Today I had to wake up a worm I thought I killed doing yard work today. I`m happy to say it was ok, slightly injured, but alive. I don`t kill things. But I absolutely HATE stinging insects. Won`t kill them unless they try to sting or land on me though. I`d rather let bees, flies, and spiders n shxt out the window. Live and let live people.

But this made me happy in a disturbing way.
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Male 356
Look, it`s O Fortuna... again.
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Male 10,339
"Here in Australia, our wasps have health bars."

^THIS!^

Does their lost health come back if they hang out behind a tree for a while?
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Male 645
Its like the holocaust, but justifiable and fun!
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Female 803
Um... bees =/= religion.
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Male 985
Here in Australia, our wasps have health bars.
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Male 2,700
I would have liked to seen the aftermath.
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Male 10,339
"those were yellow jackets, which are the most evil of all."

They live in the ground yo. They come from hell.

(they really live in the ground.)
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Male 37,865
Hooray, they killed some bugs. That nest wasn`t even all that big, jeez!
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Male 5,194
I would just move to a different house.
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Female 3,562
Beautiful. I would love to see all wasps on the face of the earth burn. I believe those were yellow jackets, which are the most evil of all. One stung me in the middle of the night in my bedroom while I was asleep right on the neck. They are made of pure evil.
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Male 7,123
emmettyville

<i>i would have been inside, cowering and hiding. </i>

You`re in Australia. How do you cope?
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Male 10,440
[quote] I know they`re Mormons because they`re using the terms "Brother" and "Sister" [/quote]
Who F*cking cares?
It`s about killing wasps not religion. Shaiza!

Anyway, if it costs $300 to hire an exterminator, then exterminators are horribly overpriced since killing those wasps took the better part of 10 minutes. This is the best way to do it... Garbage can + winter clothes + combustible fluid = problem solved.
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Male 571
That was very anti-climatic
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Male 183
Not to split hairs but MANY religious groups refer to each other as brother or sister. That was pretty coolness tho.
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Female 4,225
insane act is insane
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Male 95
They are hornets. And a hive like that could indeed kill. Maybe everybody saying Mormons meant to say morons? Still, good riddance to those sort of things.
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Male 440
There are no wasps to be seen after the first establishing shot. I bet they poisoned the nest or otherwise killed the waps then when it was "safe" they filmed the fake witch burning thing. Still looked like fun. Kudos Mormons. Kudos.
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Male 83
emmettyville: I know they`re Mormons because they`re using the terms "Brother" and "Sister" (if you listen in the background) and those are names used in the Mormon church.
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Male 10,339
"Why did they destroy that nest? What harm was it causing?"

OH MY GOD REALLY MADDUCK! That had to be a troll. Wasps and kids don`t mix.

@scuzzy: Paper Wasps are pretty high on the pain scale. KILL KILL KILL!


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Male 648
when I read the description I thought he was going to set the tree on fire.
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Male 1,595
It was a possible threat to the children having a wasp nest that big in the tree.

Killing them all with Hellfire is acceptable.
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Male 4,793
better solution: large tub of water with lid, throw nest in tub, put lid on, empty after a couple of days or drowning.
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Female 4,359
how do we know thay are mormans?
and these guys, even if they are mormans, have ball of f ucking steel.
i would have been inside, cowering and hiding.
NUTS!
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Male 90
I assume people are calling them mormons A) Looks like Utah, and B) they told the kids they werent allowed to do something till they "came back from their Mission" which most Mormons go on at 18 to "spread the word" or something.
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Male 1,461
Good thing those weren`t hornets.
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Male 194
so they killed a bunch of paper wasps, which aren`t aggressive and abandon the nest in the winter anyway? lame.
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Male 176
Would`ve been sweet to see the aftermath
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Male 4,807

Why not just throw it into a garbage bag, leave it out for the garbage man, sit back and watch the hilarity ensue on garbage day.
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Male 6,737
Skip ahead to 3:00 for the action.

Also how do we know that they`re mormon? Sorry, not clued up on them...
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Male 12
BURN BABY BURN!! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!
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Male 69
Silly mormons
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Male 63
I would like to point out that these guys are mormons. this proves that mormons, despite popular opinion, can be fun.
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Male 1,440
I have a better solution...
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Female 7,867
Why did they destroy that nest? What harm was it causing?
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Male 203
persoally i`d rather pay that $300 just to be safe, nevertheless, AWESOME!
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Female 1,894
y is this remotely interesting?
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Female 78
Link: How To Save $300 Of Wasps Disinfestation Service [Rate Link] - Scott destroys a huge wasp nest with a little lighter fluid, propane, and boyhood exuberance.
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