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By klanciee / Monday 16 July 2012 02:00 / United States - Valencia
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  Rommel1942  |  9

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This is actually something really cool to witness in nature. You really don't see something like this very often, especially if you don't live in a desert. Granted, it would be much cooler if it didn't happen in the house, but pretty cool nonetheless.

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  kewlkate  |  9

I don't think you disturb something like that. You either get the friendly household wasp to continue saving you from giant spiders that WILL reproduce; or, by moving, you would tick off the wasp and become his next target. I'd stick with letting the wasp be until he's gone and you can get ahold of some gasoline and a match to light the place up.

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