By Seeyounarabish - 11/07/2016 03:06 - United States - Pearland

Today, my sister pointed out a weird black mass underneath the lace of my dress. Perplexed, I looked down to inspect further and discover a wasp, under my boobs, attempting to build a nest. FML
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Hi OP here! I was talking with my mom and sister when the wasp somehow made it's way underneath the top part of my dress. I'm not sure how to visualize this for you guys but the top part of the dress has lace that's separate from the rest of the body so it's a bit difficult to notice if a wasp flies into that part because there's a slight gap between the regular fabric and the actual lace. Also because wasps have feet as light as ninjas. I do my laundry regularly, I just thought that the wasp mistook that part of my dress as the perfect place to start building its nest. Or maybe the wind accidentally directed it there? I'm not entirely sure. Anyways, I enjoyed reading everyone's comments and I hope that answers most of y'alls questions! Fortunately, I was lucky enough that the wasp was too confused to sting me! :)

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How did you not notice before someone had to actually point it out?

Well there's some nightmare fuel! I'll assume because you posted this that things turned out better than expected, but damn! FYL for real. Glad you seem to be ok though.

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How did you not notice before someone had to actually point it out?

Hi OP here! I was talking with my mom and sister when the wasp somehow made it's way underneath the top part of my dress. I'm not sure how to visualize this for you guys but the top part of the dress has lace that's separate from the rest of the body so it's a bit difficult to notice if a wasp flies into that part because there's a slight gap between the regular fabric and the actual lace. Also because wasps have feet as light as ninjas. I do my laundry regularly, I just thought that the wasp mistook that part of my dress as the perfect place to start building its nest. Or maybe the wind accidentally directed it there? I'm not entirely sure. Anyways, I enjoyed reading everyone's comments and I hope that answers most of y'alls questions! Fortunately, I was lucky enough that the wasp was too confused to sting me! :)

Wow, thanks for replying, OP! I am so paranoid about bugs, especially wasps and bees (due to an allergy to both) that I'm constantly checking myself for any creepy crawlies. That must've been a super-ninja wasp! Glad you weren't stung. That would've sucked.

Today I was busy building a nest when there was a big earthquake and all my hard work was knocked to the ground. FML

#1 and # looking at both of your profile pictures it looks like two cats are talking to each other. The future is here.

oh god, as someone who has spheksophobia I'm terrified by the mere idea of a wasp touching me in any way o.o

Well there's some nightmare fuel! I'll assume because you posted this that things turned out better than expected, but damn! FYL for real. Glad you seem to be ok though.

I'm curious to know how on earth it didn't sting you?

I would have shit myself and been looking like a dancing fool flailing around for my life

How did you not notice?

Scroll up a little for Op's comment.

I'm sorry, OP! That sounds like a nightmare! At least you can call yourself worthy of not being stung, but trusted enough to host its nest.

Amazingly lucky it didn't sting the living crap out of you, but then again, amazing unlucky that wasps find your rack as a suitable home. You poor thing.

how in the name of hell does THAT happen???