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Got stung by a bee yesterday.It seems to happen at least twice a year.2 years ago they got me good on my foot.My foot swelled up and I had to go to the doctor's office and get some prednisone .

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Got stung by a bee yesterday.It seems to happen at least twice a year.2 years ago they got me good on my foot.My foot swelled up and I had to go to the doctor's office and get some prednisone .

 

Wonder why they hate you so much? ;)

 

I may have been stung by a bee as a kid, but I'm not sure. I got stung by a wasp a couple of years ago. I hate wasps! :angryfire:

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I like W.A.S.P. I hate wasps !

 

Yep, this.

 

 

 

I like W.A.S.P. I hate wasps !

 

I hate them both...

 

 

Booooooooo!!!

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