Way to Die #199
"Me So Hornet"
Name of the death is a pun on the song “me so horny"
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Date September 27, 1992
Location Boone Residence

Lubbock, Texas

Episode this death
was featured in
"Unforced Errors"

“Me So Hornet”, Way to Die #199, is the fourth death to be featured in “Unforced Errors”, which aired on February 8, 2009.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Meet J.T., he wants to be drinking with his buddy, not do garden work. But he would always stop drinking when he sees the sexy Trixie, his wife. Blonde hair, pink shirt and blue shorts make her look sexy, and so does her butt. Problem is, J.T. needs to shoot out the hornet's nest which was hiding in their garden.

J.T. needs to have sex with Trixie who has loved him, so he decides to get rid of the hornet's nest. A rake is the only weapon. He fails, but he lives in Texas. As it says, "If you fail, hit the gun rack". J.T. decides to use it. His paintball gun.

The hornet's nest comes off. Good news - the hornet nest is off, so J.T. can have sex with Trixie. Bad news - the hornets attack him. And the awful news - he doesn't know much about himself. One of those things was that he has a fatal allergy to hornets. He dies of anaphylactic shock in the ground. Anaphylactic shock (or anaphylaxis) dilates his blood pressure and swells his airway to the throat and lungs - breathing was impossible. But suddenly, a now-widowed Trixie screams at her dead husband J.T., who has been killed by angry hornets.

J.T. died a noble gunman, fighting for the booty rights for his Texas maiden. Happy trails, cowboy.

Interviewees[edit | edit source]

  • Steven Kutcher - Entomologist
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