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Old 07-06-2012, 01:23 PM   #1
 
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Default Spinoff: I don't want....

I don't want:
those monstrous Japanese hornets to migrate

to have to work until I'm old and grey (oh, wait, that happened already)

to ever stop being playful
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:18 AM   #3
 
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Ok, now I'm too afraid to google Japanese hornets.
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Old 07-07-2012, 12:24 PM   #4
 
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Definitely don't google them. It's nightmare time. If they come to NYC I'm going to go live near Rou in Canada.
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Old 07-07-2012, 01:18 PM   #5
 
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I'd rather not deal with those again!! There was a nest of by my house last year. I had my porch light on and started hearing this incredibly loud buzzzzzzzz. When I opened the door I found at least 10 hovering around the light. Nightmare!!

I had to deal with them for weeks. They didn't try to sting me but some got too close for comfort. My cousins dog seriously decreased their numbers, but I never could locate their nest.

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Fifi do you live in Asia? Were these the Japanese type? How did your cousin's dog decrease their numbers?

Eeekkk!
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Fifi do you live in Asia? Were these the Japanese type? How did your cousin's dog decrease their numbers?

Eeekkk!
I live in Western North Carolina. We've had the 2 inch long Japanese hornets for years. Though, your thread prompted me to ask around and no one has seen them this year. Which doesn't hurt my feelings.


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Oh, and my cousins dog caught them and killed them.

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Old 07-07-2012, 07:51 PM   #9
 
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No wait, sorry, and NM. We have the European, though they are monsters. They are mistakenly referred to as Japanese. I just looked at pics and then double checked. They were not here as I was growing up but made there way in around 8 years ago. They typically don't sting though I would hate to find out what their sting is like.

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I worked in N. Carolina years ago. I'm so happy that I never saw those.

I loved N. Caro though. Had a really good time. Thanks for chiming in.
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... to lose my job before I can get early-retirement benefits (2 years!)
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I worked in N. Carolina years ago. I'm so happy that I never saw those.

I loved N. Caro though. Had a really good time. Thanks for chiming in.
Im glad you enjoyed your time in NC. It has its moments, but its a pretty good place. I love the area I call home. And you're welcome & sorry I chimed wrong. Lol.

Also, I can add that I don't want...

To retire from my current job. I love it, but I would like to switch positions once I have 15 years in.

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