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Getting the nasty yellow jackets removed

After the nest was successfully removed I was overjoyed

If there is one bug I absolutely hate, it’s wasps, and that includes yellow jackets. I really, really hate them. Even spiders, which I am not exactly a fan of, don’t bother me as much as a wasp does. I have never had a spider leap out at me and attempt to attack, nor have I ever had one fly after me. This is why I hate wasps. Recently, I noticed the annoying little buzzing buggers had made a nest around my garage. I could already tell the nest belonged to yellow jackets. Truly putrid little things. I gleefully searched for the number of wasp exterminations. Thankfully, there were plenty of yellow jacket extermination and local extermination in my area, which made me extremely happy. I called one of the numbers, and they told me the good news that they could be out the same day. I know there are some bumble bees and honey bees in my area, but as long as they leave me alone, I will leave them alone. The exterminator came, and started using some kind of suction tool to vacuum all of the buggers to their demise. After the nest was successfully removed I was overjoyed. I thanked the exterminator and happily paid him. It was worth every penny removing those awful bugs. I usually get a nest or two every year, so I have a feeling I will be calling them again, in the next 6 months or so, and I will happily keep calling them if it means keeping those things away from me.

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