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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:00 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Wasps
 Post Posted: Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:58 pm 
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Rozza wrote:
Where am they?


Is this a sociological question or an entomological one?

I guess with the former it's just better to keep your head down in the current political climate. With the latter, well its too bloody hot to come out and sting somebody - just wait until August when we are out in force.

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Rozza wrote:
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Is this a sociological question or an entomological one?

I guess with the former it's just better to keep your head down in the current political climate. With the latter, well its too bloody hot to come out and sting somebody - just wait until August when we are out in force.


Entemathingamajig one, with prolonged sun comes bastard wasps, there ay none this year, I wonder where they am?

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Rozza wrote:
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It's an interesting poser, and I think it may have something to do with BREXIT.

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Wasps are a bit busy in their nests in the early part of summer. This hot spell has probably been a bit early this summer. Just mark my words and watch out from mid July onwards when they will be out in force if it stays hot.


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i saw a couple the other day but i don't see many as ive got a bees nest in the air brick at home again.

they leave me alone and i let them carry on, you've gotta love bees.

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i saw a couple the other day but i don't see many as ive got a bees nest in the air brick at home again.

they leave me alone and i let them carry on, you've gotta love bees.


Bees are ace, you leave them alone and they just go about their busy business. Wasps however...

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i saw a couple the other day but i don't see many as ive got a bees nest in the air brick at home again.

they leave me alone and i let them carry on, you've gotta love bees.


Bees are ace, you leave them alone and they just go about their busy business. Wasps however...



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Guess what? Today we had a Barbie. Wasps all over the place to the extent that my son had to go inside to eat his as he couldn't cope with them. There ay no shortage Rozza. They'm 'ere now.

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Guess what? Today we had a Barbie. Wasps all over the place to the extent that my son had to go inside to eat his as he couldn't cope with them. There ay no shortage Rozza. They'm 'ere now.


that's what happens when you open your gob!

its all rozzas fault

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Guess what? Today we had a Barbie. Wasps all over the place to the extent that my son had to go inside to eat his as he couldn't cope with them. There ay no shortage Rozza. They'm 'ere now.


that's what happens when you open your gob!

its all rozzas fault


R, tham here now, we are going to need a bigger boat.

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As you probably saw in the news recently, it was revealed that the reasons why wasps are such a pain in the arse, is because they get pissed on cider, which makes them angry. However, it was not revealed whether the culprit was Old Rosie or White Lightning.

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