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02-04-2003, 17:54:08
I've just been stung by a fucking bee, in my house, in april.

I'm sitting here reading through some posts minding my own business and then...ow!! bzzzzz!!! aahh fuck, fuck!!

still can't find the little fucker, guess he's dead, dumb bastard.

It hurts :cry:

02-04-2003, 17:55:54
Ouch, I’ve not even seen a bee this year.

02-04-2003, 17:56:58
right on the neck, must have crawled into the shirt i changed into or something

02-04-2003, 17:58:45
I have less sympathy, then, as I got kicked in the throat today.

02-04-2003, 17:59:31
By a bee?

02-04-2003, 17:59:47
Hope you're not allergic!

Sultan Bhargash
02-04-2003, 18:04:17
Don't feel like working today, Death?

Funny because as I read your first post I was considering what to do about the wasp whose crawled in through my window and can't find it's way out. However, I am one who believes that only really bad people get stung by these things, so I'll probably leave him.

02-04-2003, 18:05:35
kill the fucker now for your own good.

i don't have a problem with bees, but wasps are the devils insects

02-04-2003, 18:07:46
Don’t kill it, slowly torture it.

02-04-2003, 18:08:14
Wasps are cunts, no two ways about it. My brother nearly died at a themepark once because of a wasp sting.

Sultan Bhargash
02-04-2003, 18:08:22
I can usually convince them to go out the door.

Sultan Bhargash
02-04-2003, 18:08:50
Sounds like a shitty theme park ride, Debaser.

02-04-2003, 18:09:29
Stupid fucking insects.

02-04-2003, 18:11:40
Originally posted by Sultan Bhargash
Sounds like a shitty theme park ride, Debaser.

I'm not too sure why I mentioned that it happened at a theme park, it was hardly important to the story.

02-04-2003, 18:12:31
ok it was a wasp, just killed the fucker :beer:

unfortunately smashed a candle holder in the process, but i gather that these kind of casualties are inevitable in a war

02-04-2003, 18:12:41
It added a slightly sinister edge to the whole thing, I thought.

Sultan Bhargash
02-04-2003, 18:12:49
Oh, you mean it wasn't "Six Flags presents: Hive of Chills"...

02-04-2003, 18:56:34
Anaphylactic shock caused by insect stings accounts for only a small percentage of my workload. I have to deal with binge drinkers a lot more, comparitively.

02-04-2003, 19:52:29
What sort of tropical part of england do you live, KG??

A bee can only sting once, right?

02-04-2003, 19:54:52
Yes Drekkus, but it turns out it was a wasp.

Sultan Bhargash
02-04-2003, 20:05:06
I had to kill the wasp in my room. It didn't get the clue when I tried to shoe it towards the open door. It wanted to buzz on the window and it was driving me insane.

Resource Consumer
03-04-2003, 00:10:05
Last week, in Latvia, I was drinking medus. This is a bit like the old English mead but without the monastic input and comes in bottles wait....no jokes please). You could hear the bees buzzing in that.