All of this buildup, just for a little wasp? If it were a coffee shop we’d say this sounds like a storm in a teacup to us, but since it’s a pub, let’s settle on a tempest in a beer bottle?
We don’t know if it was a scared customer who made the call, or the owner who felt the wasp was scaring away clients, but we do know it must have been hilarious to see a bunch of firefighters tackling that tiny creature.
Blood, Sweat, and Tears
That's a prime candidate for employee of the month right there. Did we say month? We meant year. Just gotta keep on working and making sure we meet deadlines!
This type of commitment to your job can not be bought. Of course, even dedication can turn out to be a bad thing, as this story teaches us. Maybe she just didn't understand the severity of the situation?
Watering the Plants
Losing your house to a fire can be hard. But losing both your house and your plants in a fire would just be too much, which is why one must at least make sure to water their leafy babies before they leave them behind.
But seriously, if she already had water at hand, maybe she could have tried to help the fireman put out the fire? Just a thought...
Please Like and Share
Sure, we could rant about how people these days only care about likes and shares, but you have to admit you'd pay to see that photo. We bet she knows her angles and that along with the fire and the firefighter, it must have been an awesome pic that got her tons of likes, maybe even fire-related brand deals!
Her house was already burning down, so why not seize the moment, make the best of a bad situation, turn those lemons into lemonade?
Have You Tried the Back Door?
It could have happened to any of us, sometimes it is the simplest solution that seems to completely escape our mind as we are trying to tackle a big issue. An outsider's perspective can always help. Still, maybe she could have called someone she knows first? Like, a neighbor who has a spare key to the front door?
Also, while it was useful in this case to have the back door unlocked, it really isn't recommended to leave any type of entrance to your home open...