Burn It With Fire, Burn Everything: A 6-Foot Wasp Nest

December 3, 2015

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This is the six and a half foot yellow jacket wasp nest spotted in Tampa, Florida. The buzz of all the wasps flying by the camera is terrifying. You know, last week a friend of mine fake-punched me in the stomach and told me I'm getting a belly, and I told him actually it's just swollen because I got stung by a wasp but thanks for being a jerk. "You weren't stung by a wasp though, right?" Of course I wasn't stung by a f***ing wasp, I'm just an eater. That didn't stop me from blocking his number in my phone though. I deserve friends who lift me up, even if they will crumble under my weight. Now I want a berry crumble and ice cream.

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  • Jay Koski

    It's shaped like a Totoro.

  • Ozolz .

    Funny the title is relevant for the entire middle east aswell. Two birds with one stone. Salute G-writer

  • Matt Fricke

    All is well at the end of the video. Now the explosives can be placed in that nest!

    Ugh - seriously, though, having lived in Florida, you just don't mess with wasps!

  • wolfman_al2

    Nuke the site from orbit. Its the only way to make sure.

  • wisechiver

    Nuke Florida...do it now.

  • Jordan Nass

    Is there a particular reason they decided to wipe out the nest? Just curious.

  • Mike Powers

    Yellow Jacket are pure evil and do nothing to help anything.

  • Bling Nye

    That's not true, they saved that kid from drowning that one time.

  • Bling Nye

    Fear. Terror. Cowardice.

    Take your pick.

  • Tyguy

    What a terrible noise

  • Richard H Sanford

    Army. Flamethrowers. *Now*.

  • Andyman7714

    "I can feel the venom slapping off my face" WTF???

  • Bling Nye

    I think I read that exact line in a comic book once. Or was it a porno? Either way.

  • MustacheHam

    The grass does a very good job on hiding all those bones & fresh carcases.

  • Andyman7714

    Yeah, I was expecting a cow carcass to come flying in carried by a million or so wasps.

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