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anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 08:48:15 1575
i saw one wasp in my room today, killed it because it was me or it. then i saw another wasp which entered the room, maybe it was looking for the dead one. then i went out of the room and found their nest. i feel so bad now, even though i am an asshole all the other times. what do?
anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 09:14:01 1578 Reply
>>1575 Destroy the nest retard
anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 09:20:11 1579 Reply
>>1578 can't. its located in a way that you can't destroy it without being bit and i'm still feeling bad for the wasp.
anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 12:34:57 1587 Reply
>>1579 Then call someone else to kick off the wasps from your property. I get the 'feeling bad' thing but what needs to be done, needs to be done, no two ways about it.
anon 11/22/2021 (Mon) 03:04:18 1593 Reply
>>1579 honeybees are good. wasps are bad. dont feel guilty for killing wasp. it was defence mechanism
anon 11/22/2021 (Mon) 03:47:23 1599 Reply
>>1575 What if the wasp you killed was a traitor or a murderer or did a robbery and the wasp that came after was catching it? You did a good thing anon. You helped.
anon 11/22/2021 (Mon) 17:39:58 1601 Reply
>>1575 Burn some newspaper under the nest, the smoke will make them leave.
anon 11/22/2021 (Mon) 19:44:35 1603 Reply
>>1575 Spray hand sanitizer on the nest and light it up.
anon 11/28/2021 (Sun) 17:27:35 1638 Reply
>>1575 the minds of insects aren't nearly developed enough to form social relationships. so the 2nd wasp wasn't looking for his friend, no need to pollute your conscience. also, insects don't feel any pain, they only feel a form of irritation, so death for them most likely feels like a nasty itch.
anon 12/02/2021 (Thu) 11:40:41 1670 Reply
It was wasp i would regret killing a innocent hardworking bee but not a wasp
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