A guy posted these photos online with the simple title, “I found this in my kitchen…” I regret all of the curiosity that made me find out exactly what he found, so I thought it was absolutely necessary to spread the nightmare. I shouldn’t suffer alone tonight when trying to sleep.
So there was this hole in the wall… and a wasp kept returning to it.
So, like the brave soul he is, the homeowner checked into it and found this. Hmmm, what is it?
Ummmm, no. Destroy it!
No, no, no, no!
And there goes my chance at sleeping tonight.
Go far away.
And take them with you.
Most of you have probably already closed your browser. For the curious ones, this is a Mud dauber nest (wasps). To put it horrifyingly simple, the wasps sting the spiders and lay their eggs inside them. The young then eat the spiders from the inside out, thus resulting in the nightmare fuel you see in the photos above. So at least the spiders are dead, I guess.
I do have a much more logical solution to all of this though: