(upbeat music) – [Coyote] Hold
on, oh it’s flying. Hold on let’s go back
towards the nest. No wait, wait, wait, don’t move. – [Mark] Did you get it? – Yes, yes. I’m Coyote Peterson, and I’m
about to enter the sting zone with the yellow jacket. Here we go. (yelling) (upbeat music) Today we are headed out
into the suburban wilds of Westerville, Ohio to search
for any species of paper wasp which can be carefully
caught and ultimately used to give me a good
series of stings. Welcome to another
day in the office for Coyote Peterson. – [Mark] Coyote, are we doing what I think we’re doing today? – Oh yes, today is
yellow jacket day. Now you guys may remember
a little episode called, “The Bullet Ant Challenge” where I was stung
by a bullet ant. (yelling) And then a subsequent
video called, “Bullet Ant Kryptonite” where I used a product
called Sting-Kill to help alleviate the
pain and the itching. A Sting-Kill absolutely
loved that video and then they came
to us and said, “We’d love to work with you
guys and do a sponsored video, but let’s get you stung by something a little
more commonplace.” You know, not many people
are running into bullet ants. So they said, “What if you
get stung by yellow jackets?” Now we all know that
yellow jackets can be found at your local park, maybe you
see them in your backyard, sometimes they even
get into the house. We know they’re angry, we
know they’re aggressive, and people are often
stung every single summer. So what we’re gonna do today is actually build a bug vacuum. (record scratches) – [Mark] A bug what? – [Coyote] A bug vacuum. Bear with me here for a second. So you see this? I found this online, right? – [Mark] Looks pretty cool. – Right, the Extreme Bug Vac. But unfortunately, I
have one opened up here. This is supposed to
have a lot of suction, Mark put your hand out. – Yeah, no. – Pretty sure that’s not
gonna catch us any hornets but what I love about this
is the plastic capsule. Check that out. It’s got this little
revolving door and you are supposed to be able to suck a bug in
there, close it up, look at it through
the magnifying glass and then of course it’s
go a little screen, so that the insect can breathe. What I wanna do,
is actually take this capsule from the bug vacuum and Macgyver something
with a real vacuum. (vacuum sucking) Check out that suction. – Oh yeah.
– Yeah. – [Mark] Suction power there. – Oh yeah, that’s
gonna catch a hornet. But what I need to do
is reconstruct this, where I’m gonna
actually cut the hose and duct tape the
capsule in between. Then I’ll be able to use
this end with the nozzle, which has great suction power. And then I think
we’re gonna be ready to go out and start searching
for some yellow jackets. Oh I almost forgot, I am gonna mount the
GoPro on it as well. – [Mark] So where are we today? We’re in Ohio, right? – We are in Ohio. We’re actually
right in my backyard here in Westerville, Ohio. And I actually put
in a phone call and email to a number of my
different friends in the area and I said, “Go out this
morning and look around near the eaves of your house.” You know where the gutter
attaches to the roof? “And let me know if you
see any wasps nests, hornet nests,
yellow jacket nests, anything that looks
like a stinging insect, let me know and we may
come and investigate it.” So we’re gonna kinda
go on a little bit of a field trip today guys, until we can find ourselves
some good stinging bugs. – [Mark] Are we testin’ it out? (vacuum sucking)
– Yep. (vacuum sucking)
– Yep. I think it’s gonna work. – Last step. (Mark laughing) Now it’s like a proton pack. (Mark laughing) Oh yeah, this thing is awesome. Alright, well if
you guys are ready, let’s go try to catch
some yellow jackets. – [Mark] Let’s do it. (Coyote cheering) – Alright, well we might as well check the park
that we started at. Great structures here
for us to invest. You see that all these
eaves and overhangs, perfect place for paper wasps. – [Mark] Now why do paper wasps
like these under hangs here? – Well because it’s a
great spot to build a nest. It’s out of the realm of
predators and the rain. See anything yet? (mysterious music) There are eight known species
of wasps that call Ohio home. And many of them
can be encountered right in your own backyard. However, unless they
are intentionally or accidentally provoked, your odds of being stung
are actually very slim. Let’s go this way. – [Mark] Come on Mario. – Well it’s a fun
day at the park. – [Mark] Yep. – On the weekend. – [Mark] Should’ve
brought a soccer ball. What do you see? – [Mario] Did you see
something fly out? – I did, I think it
was a honey bee though. Now honey bees, you often
times see on clover. Let me see, there’s
one right there. Look, look, look, look. That’s a honey bee. – [Mark] European honey bee. – Yep. Now that is
not what we’re after. honey bees actually have
fur all over their bodies, whereas yellow jackets
are completely bald. Bees also have barbs
on their stingers, so when you get stung by a
bee, it’s stinger gets removed. If you get stung
by a yellow jacket, no barbs, so it can sting
you over and over and over. If I was looking for honey
bees, we’d be in the right spot. But unfortunately, yellow
jackets do not pollinate clover. Alright, let’s keep lookin’. (mysterious music) – [Mark] So why are we
looking at the ground now? I thought we were looking up. – That’s a good
question actually. Oh. That could be perfect, I
see some ants in there. A lot of times yellow jackets will actually build
their nests underground. So if you see something
that looks like a mole hole, just respect it
from a safe distance because it’s possible
that yellow jackets have built a nest in there. A cavity in a tree like
this is also fair game. But there’s nothing
in this tree. Not sure we’re gonna find
anything in this park, guys. Might be time to
take a road trip, see where else we can
look for yellow jackets. You ready? – [Mark] The bug suckers
are hittin’ the road. – Oh yeah, vroom vroom. (upbeat music) Well it is 12:43, which means
it’s officially lunch time. And we have a new plan. – Searching for the
yellow jackets ourselves is not exactly
panning out very well. We found some nests
that were vacant, we found some honey bees,
and some bumblebees. But we haven’t found the
infamous yellow jacket. What we’re gonna do, bear
with me here for a second, is actually have a picnic. Because often times,
if you think about it, yellow jackets show up
when you’re at a picnic. So I’m thinking if we get some
soda pops and some ice cream, we hang out in the sun,
maybe these stinging insects will come to us and
we will then be able to use the Bug Sucker 5000 to
just sit there and just go, vroom, and suck ’em up. Give me this, I’m gonna go look
in the garbage can right now and see if there
are any hornets. Guys, we are really lookin’
hard for these hornets but you know what, they
empty their trash a lot. Check this out. There’s like nothin’ in there. Can’t exactly find hornets if there isn’t a bunch
of sticky stuff around. And what Mario did was, he put, look at that. Ice cream in the
grass on top of a lid. Maybe that will
bring in the hornets and the yellow
jackets, and the wasps. I don’t know, I guess
we’ll see what happens. – Mmm. – [Mark] Pretty good, huh Mario? I’m enjoying mine. – It’s a beautiful
day for a picnic. – I’ll see you
then, alright bye. – [Mark] No yellow
jackets though. – Guys. – [Mark] What’s up? – We might be in business. I just got off the phone
with my friend, Jasper. Now I know at the
beginning of the video, I kinda made a joke and said, “Yeah I sent an email and
texts to my friends that live “in the area and I
told ’em to go outside “and check around their houses “to see if any yellow
jackets were hanging out.” Sure enough, my
friend Jasper went out and he said right
on his back patio, there’s a little nest and
there are three yellow jackets. And I said, “You’re sure?” He said, “Well, they’re
yellow and they’re black “and they look like
they wanna sting.” So, I think we may
actually be able to put the Bug Sucker
5000 to the test. You guys ready? – [Mark] Let’s do it. And can we bring
our treats with us? – Oh of course. – Yeah. – Let’s catch some
yellow jackets. Alright guys, well we
are at Jasper’s house. Now he has asked to
not be on camera, because he’s not used
to being on YouTube. So you won’t get
to meet him today, but he has given us permission
to go out on his porch and scout for these
yellow jackets. If they’re there,
we’re gonna use the Bug Sucker
5000 to catch them and then go to a
controlled environment so that we can get me stung. You guys ready? – [Mark] Sounds like
a plan, let’s do it. – Gear up, you guys
grab the other cameras and we’ll be ready to go. – [Mark] You look happy. – [Coyote] See that
corner right there? – [Mark] Uh-huh. – That is a small nest and there are two
yellow jackets. Now Jasper has provided
us with a step stool. He was thinkin’ ahead. So I’m gonna use this step stool and get up close with
the Bug Sucker 5000. You guys ready? We’re gonna have
to do this quick ’cause I already see
that they’re on the alert with their wings
kind of propped out ready to swoop
down and sting us. So we really just
have one shot at this. Okay so what I’m gonna do,
I love my Ghostbuster pack, but to really make this
work I do have to take the Bug Sucker 5000 out. – [Mark] The moment we’ve
all been waiting for. – Let’s put it this way, it’s either gonna work, or
we’re all gonna get stung. (vacuum sucking) – [Mark] Move fast. (vacuum sucking) Did it work? – We got one of ’em in there. – [Mark] Oh there’s
still one on the nest. (vacuum sucking) – [Coyote] Get the net,
get the net, get the net. Oh it’s flying. Hold on, hold on let’s
go back towards the nest. Wait, wait, wait,
wait, don’t move. (vacuum sucking) – [Mark] Did you get it? – Yes, yes. – [Mark] Shut the
door, shut the door. (laughing) It totally worked.
– Look at that. Totally caught the
yellow jackets. Both of ’em, just like that. (cheering) The Bug Sucker 5000 pays off. Can you guys believe that? Holy mackerel, we caught ’em. Wow. That was crazy, the one
was actually climbed onto this thing and I was like, “Uh, oh. We’re gonna get stung.” I was like, “Get the
net, get the net.” But then it went
back up to the nest and sure enough, got it
inside of the capsule. – [Mark] So alright
Coyote, now we have to go to where we’re
gonna get you stung. Not at Jasper’s house. – Yeah, no we’re gonna go
to a controlled situation, and we’re gonna get
these yellow jackets out of the little
capsule and get me stung. But what I’m gonna
do for transport, is not take this hose apart. Now I’m actually just
gonna place it inside of the bug net just
in case they get out. And just like that,
we’re ready to go. – [Mark] Nice. – Awesome, high fives guys. (laughing)
– That totally worked. – That’s so cool
that that worked. – [Mark] That totally worked. Boom. – Alright guys, and we’re back. Now we do have the
yellow jackets on hand. But first let’s
talk about the kit that I have here on the table. Now as always, with
these sting episodes, I have my trusty
entomology forceps here. I’ll be using this
to actually hold one of the yellow
jackets against my
arm to induce a sting. And just in case something
goes horribly wrong, as always, the epinephrin pen. – [Mark] Now do you think you’re
in the clear at this point? You’ve been stung a bunch. – I have and you never know. Every single insect
sting is unique and you never know how
your body will react. Even a yellow jacket can force
you into anaphylactic shock. So I always have this just
as a safety precaution. And of course, the star of
today’s episode, Sting-Kill. Who probably is
sponsoring this episode. Now what we’re gonna
do after I’m stung, is try out both of these
products on the sting, to make sure that it can
relieve not only the pain, but also the itching that’s
gonna come after the fact. You guys ready to see
the yellow jackets? – [Mark] Let’s bring ’em out. – Alright, well they
did transport safely
inside of the net and still inside of
the little capsule. – [Mark] Pretty happy they
didn’t escape in the car. – Yeah that would’ve been a
bad situation, wouldn’t it? All of us in the car and then
yellow jackets flying around. And sure enough there they
are inside of the capsule. Now what I need to
do is actually remove the hose from the capsule so we just have
this individualized. And then I can carefully get one of those yellow
jackets out of there. Now here’s a really interesting
little fact to remember, all hornets are
technically wasps, but not all wasps are hornets. How about that? And anything that
is black and yellow is technically considered
a yellow jacket. – [Mark] So what do we
have, what did we find? – This I believe, is what’s
called a European paper wasp. But because it’s
yellow and black, we’re just generically
calling it a yellow jacket. – [Mark] And is this
what we find at picnics? Is this what’s swarming
us when we’re trying to eat our ice cream? – No, that is usually a hornet. Now a hornet has a much
stockier looking body, a thicker abdomen and
a narrower thorax. But these ones look
just like wasps. You see the very pointy wings,
if you kind of see there. Do you see where
the thorax leads into the abdomen right there? It’s very narrow and indicative
of being an actual wasp. But I think at this junction,
what we’re ready to do, is bring the bug
net back into this, place the capsule inside,
and work on getting one of these yellow jackets
out of the container. You ready for that? – [Mark] So what’s
the process here? You’re gonna let ’em
go inside the net and then grab them
with the forceps? – Yeah, here’s
what’s gonna happen. So I’m gonna place
the capsule down inside of the net like
this, keep it contained. I’m going to open the capsule, hopefully only let
one of them out, close it back up,
remove the capsule, and then go in there with
the entomology forceps, to pick it up, bring it out,
and place it on my forearm. (suspenseful music) I’m Coyote Peterson,
and I’m about to enter the sting zone with a
yellow jacket, here we go. One, (breathes), two, three. (suspenseful music) Ow. – [Mark] Did you get there? – [Coyote] Got me there, yeah. (suspenseful music) (yelling) – [Mark] Did you get it? – Yeah it got me twice. Ah. Here we go. (suspenseful music) (yelling) – [Mark] Was that the worst one? – [Coyote] Yeah that was
the worst one so far. – [Mark] Are you good? (yelling) – He got the stinger all the
way inserted into my arm. Oh my arm’s startin’
to hurt a little bit, hold on, let’s do this. We’re gonna get back
into the capsule. – [Mark] Gonna lay it back. (breathes) – Ah, yep there you have it. You see all those welts? I took several stings
all right in that area. And look at this, there’s
a lot of red coloration developing right near the veins. That is really
interesting looking. And it burns and it’s really
warm, really warm right now. Honestly, it’s hot
to the touch right? – [Mark] Yeah you can
definitely feel the swelling. – Yeah, now it was
not nearly as painful as any of the other
stings I’ve gone through. I was actually able to keep
the yellow jacket on my arm as it was inflicting stings. It did get me one time pretty
good right at the end there, and I had to let it go. Of course we got it safely back into the capsule, as
you can see there. There they both are, they’ll
be released here shortly. But what we wanna
do now, is actually use the Sting-Kill products to see if it will alleviate
some of the burning in my arm and of course the itching
that is almost certain to come if I don’t use the
Sting-Kill ointment. You guys ready for that? – [Mark] Let’s do it. – [Coyote] Okay. – [Mark] Well which
one do we want? Do you want the capsules
or do you want the? How about you take both. Let’s talk about both.
– We’re gonna give a shot at both. So this is the Sting-Kill wipe. Often times used for
anything from a bee sting or a wasp sting, even a
mosquito bite, even a jellyfish. If you guys are on the
beach and you’re swimming and you run into a jellyfish, this is perfect for that. So what I’m gonna do, is
I’m gonna open this up. I’ll tell you what, I keep
myself pretty well composed in a lot of this, but
now that the pain’s actually starting to
set in my arm, I do, I get a little bit light headed. So the Sting-Kill wipes
have a maximum strength mix of benzocaine and menthol and
I actually really like these. They’re neon green, looks
like Ninja Turtle Mutagen. Check that out. And wow that is a strong
smell right there. Alright I’m gonna put that
on the sting, are you ready? – [Mark] Yeah sure go ahead. – Oh wow, it’s cold. The menthol definitely
cools it immediately. (sighs) Yes.
(laughing) Wow that really does have a pretty incredible
cooling effect. Now similar to the bullet ant, I was in a lot of pain
after that and it did help, but of course the
bullet ant pain eventually did come back and
lasted for nearly 36 hours. I’m hoping that this
relieves much quicker. Now I do love the wipes. And I carry the wipes in my
pack, but this right here, the sting kill capsules.
– Those, I like those. – Yeah these are my
absolute favorite. Okay let me open one up for you. Now they are individually
wrapped, see this, very cool. And all you have to do is pop
the back end out like that. And inside here is a
little glass capsule within the plastic. So all you have to do, this
is my favorite part, ready? (glass breaks)
(laughing) Shatter the glass on the inside that has this
little cotton swab. – [Mark] It’s
strangely satisfying. – I know, it’s like, “Oh
here comes the ooze.” Yes, ah. (laughing) Oh that is my favorite. And that real thick
serum right there is literally
instantaneous relief. I personally love
to just do this, dab it right on the sting zone. Wow. And as you can see,
there is more liquid here than you get in the wipes. So if you have a
really bad sting, or you’re stung multiple times, I definitely recommend going
to the Sting-Kill capsules, ’cause as you can see, look
how much of the ointment is actually coming out there. – [Mark] Okay, so once again,
Sting-Kill saves the day. (breathes) – Yes. Sting-Kill
has saved the day. My arm feels a lot better. In fact, there’s also a little
bit of a numbing agent here, so I can’t feel any of
the pain at this point. Wow, arm is a little bit stiff, but hopefully this
formula will also reduce any potential itching that’s
gonna come down the road here. And I know you’re
thinking to yourselves, “Coyote, those were
simply yellow jackets. “And you’ve been stung
by tarantula hawks,
and bullet ants, “and hopefully soon
warrior wasps.” But keep in mind guys,
that the yellow jacket is something that is
right in your backyard. It’s something you
can easily come across and something you definitely
have the potential of being stung by. Now if you are
unfortunately stung, remember, Sting-Kill is
definitely gonna help you out when it comes to
alleviating that pain and any potential itching. Alright guys, well
I think it’s time to release the yellow
jackets back into the wild. But before we do,
I just want to give an extra special
thanks to Sting-Kill for supporting this episode and of course, for
keeping us kitted up with sting ointment, when
we’re out there in the field. I’m Coyote Peterson,
be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you on
the next adventure. It is not often that an
animal like a yellow jacket is safely relocated from an
urban setting to a wild one. As most human
encounters usually end with the insect being
sprayed and killed. I know this sounds strange, but
it truly made my heart happy to know that this
beautiful pair of wasps will now have the chance to continue building
their nest in the wild. No matter what, always
admire these insects from a safe distance. However if you are
stung, all you need to do is visit your local pharmacist, where you are likely to find
the Sting-Kill products. And whether you use the
sting wipes or the capsules, both are armed with
a maximum strength benzocaine and menthol formula that is certain to
provide fast relief to the pain and itching. For more information,
visit Sting-Kill’s website to connect with the
brand for special offers. If you thought
(yelling) getting stung by a yellow
jacket was intense, (yelling) make sure to go back
and watch the episode where I applied
Sting-Kill to help alleviate the searing pain
of the bullet ant’s sting. And don’t forget, subscribe. So you can join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail. What I’m gonna do
is open this up, and let’s see if
the sting wipe helps (sighs) to cool off my arm. This is nice, these are perfect. This could fit right
in any hiking backpack. (coyote howling)


  • Johnathan

    The balls on this man…

  • Verity Summerfield

    Get sting bye a killer bee

  • Louie Alvarado

    There are 8 species of wasps: ^v^

    That inhabit Ohio: °[]°

  • player one

    Cyote petterson I got a good one you can do get a bite from a komodo dragon

  • Louie Alvarado

    No one:

    Camera man: YoU oK bRo?

  • alphavivi

    I knew a group of girls in elementary school who got stung by a group of yellow jackets. I remember I was walking in line to a class we saw a couple kids crying and going to the nurse… the next day they had police tape all over the area they were stung

  • Pedromoe 06

    Where can you buy sting- kill?

  • Bella Strangis

    Coyote: Gets stung by yellow jackets, bees, wasps, and what not.
    Coyote: I'm scared of needles!

  • Silverio Arellano

    We do you get Sting kill

  • Justin McCleary

    This guy is a freaking legend

  • ayyybraham !

    im coyote peterson and im going to fight off a hippo

  • Fermin Sainz

    I got stung by five of them yesterday 😅

  • Adamillo Facts

    I once had a yellow jacket nest at my school. One day, I got attacked by the whole nest.

  • Awkward Person

    I just got stung by two today…and they really do hurt bad

  • SergeantChaos

    I’m from Ohio, I’ve been stung by several yellow jackets lol. Yellow jackets ain’t bad at all. I can’t imagine a bullet ain’t though

  • Rivers_of_Blood Marshal

    I got stung 25 times. I was cutting grass and ran over their hole. I needed 7 sleeping pills that night to just get a few hours of sleep. Wow, did it hurt.

  • Keaton Lawrence

    Can tell y'all something I got stuff I got stung by yellow jacket today it hurt it doesn't feel good one bit my fingers swollen so bad I barely can move it

  • Snapshock

    Coyote: Casually gets stung purposely 4 times by yellow jacket

  • Nathan Altamirano

    you are the beast man

  • Nathan Altamirano

    for the animals

  • Nathan Altamirano

    and pro bro

  • Dark [adult]

    Can you try getting stung by the paper hornet?

  • all things gumball

    how much did Dairy queen pay you guys?

  • The pro Watermelon gamer

    At 14:39 the back get bigger

  • Yasmeen Hartunnoo

    meh boreng

  • Michael Harrison

    I had no idea Coyote was from Westerville, I could have ran into him at the grocery store and didn't even notice.

  • Arttu Sjöblom

    I'm Coyote Peterson and I'm going to battle Chuck Norris

  • Angel Lopez

    I have a hornet 🐝 hive in my backyard

  • Kasundra Johnston

    I think I saw a Yellow Jack bees Atlanta Georgia hotels yeah so you need to go there

  • Thicc Pancake

    He must be reacting a little dramatic be cause I stung by like half a nest of these things and I was not like yelling but I was traumatized for a few weeks but they’re not that bad

  • little d.b

    Coyote: Pronounced dead

    ArE yoU oKAy?

  • Bad Drivers of Chicago

    Just got stung by TWO of them and in TWO different spots 🙁

  • depressed ghost

    for me, a wasp sting just feels like a thorn poking into your skin for a split second with a bit of afterwards itching and that's all lol. barely anything 🤷‍♀️😂

  • Akira - 00

    2032: im coyote peterson, and we are about to enter the crush zone with this elephant!

  • Delilah Alise

    I once got stung by a yellow jacet

  • Dj cj

    I seen a black jacket

  • Paolo Alegria

    Who is here because of Billie Eilish ?

  • FLarE X-Bro

    love you

  • FLarE X-Bro

    i am a girl (big bro acount)

  • Leonidis78

    All ants were wasps also.

  • Lucky ivy Lucky me :3


  • Luke

    i find yellow jackets drinking out of my pool and just normal wasps and sometimes bees

  • Terri Clements

    Red wasp

  • Lydia Kessel

    I really love that he took the nest from his friends house and bought it to a tree and put them back 😍

  • Kiifaa

    Coyote try getting stung by Wallace bee

  • Sean Peters

    Thanks for releasing them into the wild. I don't like having wasps near my house, but I know they serve their purpose on this earth and I would like them to live elsewhere. 🙂

  • ItchyPilauBoto808

    I’ve never been stung by anything ever..

  • Max Byrd

    I just got stung by a northern paper wasp and I came here to feel better😂

  • Sassy Sisters

    I’ve been watching this kind of stuff for a while now, and I start to wonder… is this even real? Or is he just a good actor? Not hating ❤️

  • Sophie's Videos

    Coyote gets chopped in half by a shark
    Mark: Coyote should I be worried about you

  • Cookizi

    Coyote getting stung by a yellow jacket:owwww
    Me stepping on a lego:REEEEEE MOM IM IN PAIN HELP

  • Enjoying The Sun 577-Jersey Customs

    I got stung by two of these today and almost died

  • 100,000 subscribers with no videos challenge

    Today I just got stung by about 20 or 30 yellow jackets.

  • Betty Noire

    Bruh at school alot of my school people are getting stung by a wasp like 10 students and they arent crying boi i would cry

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  • cupcake sprinkle

    This is Emma 🧕 she is 1.

    However many likes she gets is her new age

    Let's get her to 75

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  • FridayThe13th TheGAME

    I got stung by the yellow jacket and im 12! It was nothing thankfully😊

  • Sticky

    When I was 8 there was a nest of these in my backyard , so given that I never went in he backyard but one day I had to . My dog had gone out there so me and my dad has to go get her . The dog didn’t get stung , my dad didn’t get stung , but I did , that hurt for a while about 10 minutes . That was one of the most painful things ever .

  • Samyosocoo

    that’s not a bumblebee it’s a Dawson burrowing bee 🐝

  • Samyosocoo

    But it’s cute

  • Leaynn Roberts

    keep on doing what you do!!! make a black racer video.

  • Andon Sedens

    Coyote: falls off Mount Everest
    Mark: eh he'll be ok

  • Xtraterrestrial Official

    one time me my sister and my aunt had to clear out a whole nest around the house i didn't feel any stings at first but when i went inside my hands were numb

  • Unique playz

    Was just stung by a bee for the 1st time today


    I've been stung by 6 of them in a row

  • KupKake Kat

    I don't wanna get stung there is over 100 of them at my school flying around and I'm terrified 😭😅

  • Steve Reyes

    I feel like at this point he's addicted to pain

  • elit3spartan3 _

    I’m Rick Harrison and this is my pawn shop lol

  • Summerstorm Breyers

    roses are red
    violets are blue
    the part you are looking for
    is 14:02

  • Steam Engine

    me when stubbing my toe:*cries and goes to hospital*

    Coyote when bit by a giant centipede:oowww 2 days later i dont regret it

  • Poodipie Boy

    2000: I’m coyote Peterson and I’m about to enter the sting zone of the bee

    2010: I’m coyote Peterson and about to enter the sting zone of the yellow jacket

    3000: I’m coyote Peterson and I’m about to enter the zone of death

  • Shadow Pixel

    3:50 GhostBusters!


    Rip wasp︶︿︶ technically getting forced to die (no offence)

  • Porgsy Says

    At least your not Billie Eilish at 9

    She stepped on a nest

  • Mevlan Of ILLYRIA

    I got stung under the tongue by one today.. your turn

  • cookie monster

    I had a whole yellow jacket nets in my room😬 I usta get bitten everyday 😂💯

  • sleepy nomu

    Sksskskks reminds me one time at the park I almost sat on a swing with a yellow jacket on it 😂 but then I realized oh wait that's a yellow jacket

  • Diego Cornejo

    I had that bug vacuum when I was a kid lol

  • Mojo Gaming 999

    I was outside bare footed until I felt pure burning and then saw the yellow jacket.

  • Palouki Louk

    Recorders : Peterson you okay??😂

  • red steve

    Im not brave enough because my fear is bugs

  • Ethan McMillan

    I just got bit by a wasp for the first time since I was probably 5 years old, and it’s really bad. My eyes almost teared up. And here Coyote is

  • Cliff Cone

    I Whant to get sung by a yellow jacket

  • MrMisterDerp

    I can confirm that the sounds he made are accurate

  • Ryleigh Houlihan

    I hate yellow jacket

  • pmanning483

    I'm watching this again because I just got attacked by a swarm of yellow jackets and got over 10 stings

  • CTCuberHD

    Anyone know what species this is?

  • Bryan Frase

    Me: gets swamed by hornets as an kid
    Cyote:*on prepusly gets bitten by hornets*
    Me:*gets bitten by 11 snakes while hunting birds for pictures*
    Cyote:*gets bitten by an snake on prepus*
    Me:Your not feeling MY pain…

  • CarsonHypoBaller

    For some reason I see so much of the TKOR in Coyote

  • Mario

    This is how many times coyote screams in eager pain on his channel


  • Animal_Lover Forever

    when I was in 6th grade I got stung by 8 yellow jackets.

  • Napkin NateFan9

    This just turned 2 today Anyone from future it is amazing

  • Trever Ficek

    You gotta open that door in order for the bug vacuum to be able to suck properly. When you tested the suction on it you had that little door valve thing closed.

  • Holly The Fangirl

    I got swarmed by those dang rats and got 5 stings. the fact you're doing this at will is amazing

  • Tommy Cazador77

    I got stung by one and itches a lot

  • GD Beast

    What you came here for 14:27

  • Emily Decker

    Ever think about using the sting kill on a jelly fish sting to see if it works just as good?

  • Ezra Wood

    im eating rn and this is putting me off

  • Itz Jessayy

    I just got stung between my right index finger and middle finger

  • JR216

    I hate yellow jackets. They sting you for no reason.


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