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Wasp Sting

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by CharleyRogan, Apr 21, 2011.


  1. CharleyRogan

    CharleyRogan PetForums VIP

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    Arghhhh a feckin little b*****d wasp just stung me on my foot, what do I do for it?? I felt something on my foot and touched with my hand and the little bugger stung me :(
     
  2. vickie1985

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    :( ouch. do you live near a supermarket? you can get some stuff you spray on which takes the sting off it a lot.

    Ive got a lot of wasps in the garden due to someones conifer trees creating our back 'wall' and my OH is alergic! so its a nightmare! hes gotta brave it and cut then as far back as poss with his dad and put a fence up.
     
  3. Gratch

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    Not a clue but laughed at the 'Arghhhh a feckin little b*****d wasp' bit. :D Sorry, I sound so mean lol. Not been stung by wasp nor bee yet (they're waiting to get me :().
     
  4. CharleyRogan

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    When you get stung you realise that was an understatment!!!!!
     
  5. I am allergic to wasp stings - if you swell up badly you need to go to the hospital for an antihystermine injection .
     
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    Without being crude you need to pee on ya foot -the ammonia in ya widdle will take the sting out.

    Or as previously mentioned a trip to the pharmacy for some waspeze....:smile:
     
  7. CharleyRogan

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    Asda is over the road and I have just been, and it was chocca. It ambushed me! Wasps are the chavs of the insect world!
     
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    Swelled up a little bit, but it just hurts!
     
  9. xxwelshcrazyxx

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    Have you taken the sting out? flick the sting out dont squeeze it out as you will be pumping the venom in more.
    Have you got an onion in your cupboard, if so cut a piece off and place it over the area you were stung for 20 mins, this should help with the pain. Another one is Baking soda and vinegar, add some vinegar to baking soda powder and make a paste out of it, spread some over the stung area until the pain eases. :D
     
  10. noushka05

    noushka05 Unicorn denier. Snowflake. Activist ;)

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    put some vinegar on it:)


    ive just this minute found a wasp nest in my shed:eek:

    *hmm hope Bexy dosent see this! *
     
  11. CharleyRogan

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    You sent your minions to come get me didn't you?

    We used to get them in the woodwork at my dads, horrendous when they got sprayed to remove them, makes em angry (like they needed that!)
     
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    noushka05 Unicorn denier. Snowflake. Activist ;)

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    haha nope theyre deffo not from my nest....my nest only holds one maybe 2 wasps:D:D..........(at the moment:eek:)

    look:p.........(my oh's gunna remove it before the queen lays her eggs and im going to get a humane waspinator to deter them from building another;))


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  13. Happy Paws2

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    vinegar will take the pain away, B****y little things.
     
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