Giant Wasp Nest!!!

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Mild spring!? Ill have pint of what he's drinking. :)
 

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A few good weeks of weather and people forget what happened over winter/spring.
MAD
 

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I dont forget my car sliding down a snowy road - backwards. Nor the ducks taking the p on the 10' deep newly formed pond on my lawn in Feb/March - but his summer has made amends. I will accept the snow for the blue skies of late :coolgleamA:
 

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That story was floating about last year too.

Total crap!

No queen wasp is capable of laying 500,000 eggs.

Anyway, do you not think that the pub would have suspected something was up when it got to quater of a million wasps floating about the place?

Publicity stunt...
 

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