This is very odd. I was just getting up to leave my basement a few minutes ago, but I found, rather to my dismay, that there was a perturbingly large hornet hovering right in the space through which I would have to pass in order to leave. So far, it has not left, despite numerous pleas, and copious amounts of Green Day. It's just hovering there in the doorway. I can't leave!
I don't even have much in the way of weapons down here. About the most useful things I've found are:
-A pair of aluminum drumsticks -An old beat-up chair -A set of darts
No chemical sprays, nothing vaguely flammable, or indeed, anything to light it with. My options are pretty limited, and I'm sure I'm not that great of a throw with darts. I gotta get outta here! An this damned hornet-beast is showing no signs of wanting to leave. Occasionally it flits onto the wall for a few seconds, but not enough to run out past it. Any suggestions?
McGyver way: Rip the seat off the chair and use it to fan the hornet away from you.
Spec Ops way: Rip your shirt off, twirl it up and snap it at the hornet. If done correctly the hornet should be stunned and defenseless. Pick it up and eat it.
Computer Nerd way: 'HEEELLLLPPP!!! Mom!!'
When in doubt, gas it!
Sux to be you:uhm:
Seriously, the damn thing is still there!
Personally, I opt for the Chuck Norris way: Roundhouse kick the hornet in the face and watch it die.
One problem: I can't roundhouse kick.
Use that big heavy thing to swat it. ;)
Just run by it really fast.
DON'T use pesticide. It's a friggin' basement, you call that ventilated?