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Chase You: boyduroy My dad told me a story recently about how he was in Boy Scouts or something and they went on a hike and were each given a rifle and one single bullet to practice shooting with (idk, it was the 70s or whatever). One of his friends, whom I'll refer to as Steel Balls for reasons that will soon become clear, beckons my dad to a part of the woods and points to a giant hornets nest up in a tree. SB announces that hes going to shoot it, waits for my dad to take cover (as one should in this situation), and fires off his only round into the nest. Sure enough, a swarm of pissed off hornets descend upon SB, Who stands stoically and perfectly still at the base of the tree. Dad maintains that, despite their buzzing right around him, none of the hornets stung his friend, and they soon calmed down and returned to their newly renovated nest. SB turns back to face my dad and imparts this chunk of wisdom: "That's the secret to dealing with hornets, Jim. They don't know humans make rifle shots, they don't know where the noise came from. You gotta stand still and don't move, and they won't chase you. If you run, they Know you re guilty. Apparently dad was so awed he gave up his single bullet so SB could shoot the nest a second time, with the same results Long story short: hornets can sense guilt and there are people in the world who have tested this theory Source: boyduroy 159,374 notes Just wait til wasps learn the humans have rifles!
Chase You: boyduroy
 My dad told me a story recently about how
 he was in Boy Scouts or something and they
 went on a hike and were each given a rifle
 and one single bullet to practice shooting
 with (idk, it was the 70s or whatever). One of
 his friends, whom I'll refer to as Steel Balls
 for reasons that will soon become clear,
 beckons my dad to a part of the woods and
 points to a giant hornets nest up in a tree. SB
 announces that hes going to shoot it, waits
 for my dad to take cover (as one should in
 this situation), and fires off his only round
 into the nest. Sure enough, a swarm of pissed
 off hornets descend upon SB, Who stands
 stoically and perfectly still at the base of the
 tree. Dad maintains that, despite their buzzing
 right around him, none of the hornets stung
 his friend, and they soon calmed down and
 returned to their newly renovated nest. SB
 turns back to face my dad and imparts this
 chunk of wisdom: "That's the secret to dealing
 with hornets, Jim. They don't know humans
 make rifle shots, they don't know where the
 noise came from. You gotta stand still and
 don't move, and they won't chase you. If you
 run, they Know you re guilty. Apparently dad
 was so awed he gave up his single bullet so
 SB could shoot the nest a second time, with
 the same results
 Long story short: hornets can sense guilt and
 there are people in the world who have tested
 this theory
 Source: boyduroy
 159,374 notes
Just wait til wasps learn the humans have rifles!

Just wait til wasps learn the humans have rifles!