Insane Number of Wasps Take The Most Bizarre High School 2 days ago   01:17

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It was just another day at the office for Jude Verret, a Louisiana bee wrangler who recently faced a car full of teeming wasps.  In video posted to his Facebook page, Verret shows a four-door sedan parked in someone's yard, and the interior is completely taken over by a yellow jackets' nest. Verret runs a business called Stinger Creations, which does insect removal and beekeeping. Thanks to heavy suits and helmets, neither Verret nor a fellow beekeeper were stung. Just another day at the hive.
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Devin
bumble bee
Cedric.
Yeaaaa they can keep the car
Gianpaulo Francesco
You could tell the car was abandoned for a looonnng time. Rome wasn't built in a day, friends.
Charlie H
I would love to burn the whole thing
Rose Fire
On second thought, I think walking is better-
Gaming WasabiYT
Just light the car on fire at that point
*-Fox_Gacha-*
I got stung by ONE on my foot ane it hurt like heck
Karen Accius
How did that happened?
General Gigan
Kids, this is what we call “not yours anymore
rainningstorm
Only two things they could have done instead of removing the nest. Create the biggest bonfire of death or weaponize it.
kickassjim
Just burn the car at that point.
Fazeless Sam
Oh hell nawwwww 😲
Ian Moone
I see something like that, I’m building a stone structure around it and setting it on fire.
MrLa Duck
Drive the car to a McDonald’s drive-thru
Ante Dragicevic
Burn the whole car down
WolfieMkGolfie
burn it. burn it all
honest Abe
You wouldn't get a speeding ticket atleast
RODALCO2007
Burn the car to get rid of the wasps.
capricorn demon
I wonder if State farm can cover this? 😏
TBH Static
AH HELL NAW THE CAN KEEP THE CAR MY HOUSE AND THE PLAYSTION
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The Most Bizarre High School Insane Number of Wasps Take 2 days ago   01:31

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A high school student faked being in labor in an elaborate and odd promposal, and the punchline of the stunt was: “I was born to take you to prom." Students have been pulling off unusual promposals and trying to outdo each other on social media. Aiden Gallagher of Fayetteville, Georgia wanted his promposal to be a bit more romantic. He decorated a section of the woods to create an enchanted forest. When nightfall came, a flick of the switch revealed the surprise.

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