Neither. Just cross the road instead lol.

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Where is your sense of danger? You've not fully lived until you've roughed up a bee hive.

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I have a phobia of wasps and bees

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i would definitely have to say walk around it. your not going to **** them off that way

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Don't mean mug and avoid eye contact always seems to work.

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hornets are very dangerous. you should avoid them entirely, especially during the day.

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I hear they may be going to Seattle to become the sonics.

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Bash it down !

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Arrgh matey!

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I had a nest I had to deal with last summer and ended up using a pressure washer. It worked great and i didn't hurt them.

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how did you do it? when i dealt with some nests the bugs ended up very dead, and i'm interested in learning a more humane method.

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The pressure washer has a long wand and long reach such that the further away from the nest I was, the larger the spread of the water jet so that it covered a large area. I comfortably sprayed the nest which scared them away, and they were blown away from me by the force of the water. When it was clear that they had all left the nest, I got close enough to blast the nest off of the house and clean the residue. They never returned.

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maybe not physically but emotionally. Shouldn't a done that, he was just a bee. Poor lil feller.

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Gently remove it from the tree and toss it into the crabby neighbor's front porch.

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Leave a note on the hive that reads: " Thank you for your participation in the hostile nature relocation program"

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ROFL!

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