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Wasp Spawns In Guy's Bathroom, Duel Ensues

The painful sting of regret is too real. This guy missed his chance to eliminate a wasp that spawned in his bathroom. His attention to detail and use of vocabulary makes for quite the entertaining, visceral rollercoaster. That wasp is probably telling its buddies right now about its glorious revenge in a subreddit dedicated to wasp revenge stories. 

Wasp appears in guy's bathroom, and he fails at taking it out when he has the chance | So wake up and head bathroom take my morning shit open door and hear buzzing and notice Satan himself has decided pay visit and is flying about my shower curtains immediately noped out there and begin brainstorming kill this bastard had determined point entry my window as slightly ajar seal weak point and prepare suit up then spend next 20 minutes putting on multiple layers clothing, 2 pairs socks going on top
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The sound those bees make as they slam against the camera sends shivers down the spine. You've gotta love their ability to keep cracking jokes amidst the utter chaos. 

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This thing is literally multiple feet wide and when they get to spraying holy crap do those thousands of little bastards get pissed. It makes sense this guy used this as an opportunity to promote his pest control business, because that nest is a pants-crapping behemoth of nope-like proportions.

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The insanity of this act is written in the headline. Coyote Peterson never fails to defy what we thought was possible on a pain endurance level, and then just being a bullish idiot. 

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awesome Harry Potter funny science wasp species - 8177563904
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If you are familiar with the Harry Potter series, you probably remember the dementors: dark, ghost-like beings that suck every positive feeling away leaving nothing but an empty shell. These awful creatures have now made the transition from fantasy to scientific literature, as they are now the namesake of a newly discovered species of cockroach wasp. The name Ampulex dementor was chosen through public voting and has been described by Stefanie Krause and her team at the Natural History Museum in Berlin.
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