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It hurt so much
when you put your stinger in me -
You made me jump and
wiggle and move
like I never moved before.
You left your mark on me and
I couldn’t forget you for days afterward.
I finally accepted you and
found you could not stand against
a can of Raid.
Errr, yes, right. Fair enough. Think I'll come back later then eh?ReplyDelete
Oh, man up, and don't be such a chicken. =)Delete
You just made me wiggle and jump.
I'll just have to put the ole stinger away for now.
And it was ready!
Loved your flying insect 55
Thanks for playing, thanks for the cheap thrill,
Have a Kick Ass Week-End
I wish I got to see that wiggle and jump.Delete
ha. this year it is spiders and not the bees that infesting...and while i usually just try to move them....i took the can to them this year as i had a whole nest of rather large spiders....ReplyDelete
We usually leave things be (he, he) but they were in the holly tree my husband has to take down and they attacked him when he cut down some branches. I haven't seen him move that fast in years.Delete
Made me smile--a very apt description--in so many ways. ;_)ReplyDelete
It's fun being naughty.Delete
Their stings are very painful. I had one sting me under the arm once when I was watching a football game at the college where my father was employed. It's something I've never forgotten.ReplyDelete
I guess this is a bee and not a wasp on second look. When I was growing up in New Mexico, our neighbor kept bees. I was constantly getting stung. It's a damn good thing I'm not allergic like my late grandmother was. I might not be here today to scare and annoy everyone by having the utter temerity to exist.
Our exterminator friend said they are hornets.Delete
You don't scare or annoy me and I hope you continue to exist, temerity and all.
Ouch! Nasty buggers. Why can't they just leave us alone? Yeah, Raid is my friend, too. :)ReplyDelete
They're not nearly as "Live and Let Live" as we are.Delete
Heheh - it is fun being naughty, and you do it so well!ReplyDelete
I love double entendres.Delete
Nice composition, I hope that does not put the sting on me!ReplyDelete
Only in a good way.Delete
I don't like real stingers but appreciate the undertones as well ~ Good one ~ReplyDelete
The real ones a re no fun at all.Delete
I think 'man up' is not a bad double entrende in itself.ReplyDelete
Along that vein, I always felt 'man down' to be a double tragedy.Delete
Wow, great shot and poignant poem to accompany it.ReplyDelete
It's something that has stuck with me.Delete
Wisdom earned through pain, eh?ReplyDelete
ALOHA from Honolulu
As we learn most of the important lessons in life.Delete
Oh, those hard lessons in life. Sometimes I'm a slow learner.ReplyDelete
hornets... so not worth messing with and yes... not the kind of jump & wiggle that leaves good memories!ReplyDelete