This happened to me too. For months after whenever I would try to physically exert myself my muscles would seize up and sting. Little bastards really beat the shit out of me.DeliveryGodNoah said:my mother was nearly killed by a swarm of them just repeatedly attacking her, and getting stuck in her hair.
Of course, at first it might feel a bit like this:Catfood220 said:This is the only sensible solution.
No, don't panic. Flapping your arms at them and trying to move away will only annoy them. If a wasp flies right up in your face, stay still, let it inspect you until it has decided that it can't eat/mate/make a home of you and it will go away. Its hard to do at first, but once you get used to it, it gets easier.
Are you my daughter? I have long dealt with the occasional wasp in the house. For me, here in a Texas summer, I may get 2-3 a month like this. My daughter does indeed wig out until I chase it down with whatever flyswatter or magazine is handy.DeliveryGodNoah said:Every day I wake up, there's a 70% chance I'll see a wasp(s) floating around my house, either on a doorway or being a dick by flying from one side of the house to the other.