My little brother and I made that mistake one time, throwing a rock and a wasp nest. Running does not help, because they will follow you a long ways, and in a swarm just like you see in the cartoons. And they can fly faster than you can run, and farther. I ran faster than him, so he was the one who got the worst of the stinging. I remember my Mom removing his cloths and wasp flying out from inside them.
posted on 07/21/2010 6:01:11 AM PDT
My little brother and I made that mistake one time, throwing a rock and a wasp nest......... I remember my Mom removing his cloths and wasp flying out from inside them.
I had to do that to my son years ago when he was young. He got attacked by black hornets. He even has a dead one in his arm pit when he got home crying.
He was only about 8 years old and him and a friend were climbing a tree. Luckily they only got about 6 feet up when the attack happened. He is very Leary of bees to this day.
posted on 07/21/2010 6:15:25 AM PDT
LOL, but I know it was not funny at the time. My cousin shot a red hornet nest about the size of a footbal while dove hunting. I started running and hid when he said he was going to shoot. He got stung a few times.
posted on 07/21/2010 7:04:43 AM PDT
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