25 June 2013

no tea no shade, WERK WERK WERK WERK WERK

BLACK (bear) OUT!!!!

this cute and cuddly little black bear crawled into the Knoxville zoo and wandered around for a while. i'm not exactly sure what happened after that. where did the bear go? via

your daily nightmare

did you know 2Pz is a horror blog now?
When entomologist and bee removal expert Jonathan Simkins was alerted to the presence of a larger-than-average yellow jacket wasp nest on privately-owned hunting ground in Central Florida, he expected to have his work cut out for him.
But he certainly never expected to find himself battling to the death against the Mother of All Wasp Nests.
"I have never seen a nest this large in my entire life," Simkins told WFLA. "This is the prehistoric nest from the dinosaur ages."
An everyday nest, Simkins says, might contain anywhere between 1,000 to 5,000 insects. The Jurassic nest, by comparison, may have contained "more than a million."
Simkins set out to eliminate the six-by-eight-foot beast, only to find himself being attacked by countless worker wasps.
"I have to be honest with you, I was terrified at one point," he told the local NBC affiliate, "and there were several times that I had to pull out and get a breather. My heart rate was racing, I had hundreds of them on my veil." (via)
thousands of queens.

drake & lebron : ceeeeeeYUTE!

thx phil!
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