I love my backyard. I mean it's not mine, it belongs to this planet. I haven't mowed it in about 3 years, so it's like a little space of barely touched nature. I enjoy it. So do squirrels and some stunning birds come to visit. I move my front yard regularly but leave my back yard alone ok? ok.
Anyhow, as I like nature to be left go, so do other members of different spicies.
So I have this plastic chair that has hollow handlebars on the bottom. I use it for sitting. Some wasps decided it would be a nice place to start a family. I don't blame them. They probably haven't got a clue what the chair is. All they know is that it protects them from rain and it has a nice sticky serface to build the roots for their house.
When I get back from rides, the chair helps me to cool down and it's a great hydration station. On my last three rides, I haven't enjoyed my chair. Any time I sit, they get pissed and start flying around like a bunch of pissed off wasps. They haven't stung me yet because my reluctance to stay sitted stops them as they fly back into their new built home.
I think I know what you are thinking. Just leave them a forclosure note with all the reasons explaned and give them about 7 days to pack up and leave. I haven't tried it, but I have this persistant assumption that they probably don't read Kings English.
Other communication technique that I tried was to periodically tap the chair with my foot and sort of get the message across that they should leave and built their home some place else where it's not someones chair. Maybe by doing so they can spread a message across to the other tribes not to shoose the chair-like structure for future development.
If foot tap technique does not work, I am gonna have to surrender the chair for which I have a complite right to sit in.
Do you know of any other techniques I can use to "politely" convey my message? Forcefull ones are not an option.