Wasps Built a Nest Around a Doll, and It’s the Creepiest Thing You’ll Ever See
See, look. CREEPY!
— Eric Weiss ?? (@ZombieRiot) August 28, 2017
It’s not clear where this creepy doll wasp nest is located, or how it got up in that tree in the first place. But wherever it is, that place is all set with the best Hallween decor ever. Well, except for the fact that it’s a wasp nest. Live wasp nests aren’t exactly good at attracting trick-or-treaters.
Maybe these people would be better off with a smiling Jack-O-Lantern. (They could put a citronella candle inside it to discourage insects.)
The internet would like to thank the wasps for a lifetime of nightmares.
Twitter can’t deal with this wasp horrorshow. But it turns out there are a lot of creepy things in the world.
Naah.. Still there's nothing more terrific than baby doll centipedes for me.. pic.twitter.com/kC3bfRhk9H
— Grayvoid (@DaedalusSystem) August 29, 2017
Great, is not like I was planning to sleep in the next 5 years… pic.twitter.com/YHwQ1kqnCv
— Party Pat (@Patlovesya) August 29, 2017
Oh. My. God. I certainly can't imagine a nightmare worse than this. Not even the one in which I lose all my teeth!
— (((Not Your Anominous ?â€â™€ï¸ People))) (@NaomiSeu) August 28, 2017
This isn’t even the first time wasps have turned into creepy little sculptors. Another Twitter user offered a photo of a wasp nest built around a wooden statue, and it looks like the Night King.
— Peter Fries (@Peter_Fries) August 29, 2017
I think the wasps are trying to tell us something. It can’t possibly be good. Have wasps been slowly threatening humanity with nest sculptures for decades? I wouldn’t put it past the stabby little jerks. We should probably start arming ourselves with foggers and flamethrowers.
Do you have wasps around your place? Tell us how to deal with them in the comments.
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