Pain index? How insect’s are rated for pain
The Schmidt Sting Pain Index or the Justin O. Schmidt Pain Index is a rating system for certain insects stings (Hymenopteran stings – comprising of sawflies, wasps, bees, and ants) and exactly how painful they can really be.
Beginning as a list starting with 0 (stings which are uneffective against humans), and increasing to 4 which would be the most painful of stings. Justin Schmidt claims to be stung by most of the creatures described.
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Originally begun in 1982, it has been refined by Justin Schmidt, and the following is an example of 78 different species recorded.
1.0 – Sweat bee: Light, ephemeral, almost fruity. A tiny spark has singed a single hair on your arm.
1.2 – Fire ant: Sharp, sudden, mildly alarming. Like walking across a shag carpet & reaching for the light switch.
1.8 – Bullhorn acacia ant: A rare, piercing, elevated sort of pain. Someone has fired a staple into your cheek.
2.0 – Bald-faced hornet: Rich, hearty, slightly crunchy. Similar to getting your hand mashed in a revolving door.
2.0 – Yellowjacket: Hot and smoky, almost irreverent. Imagine W. C. Fields extinguishing a cigar on your tongue.
2.x – Honey bee and European hornet: Like a matchhead that flips off and burns on your skin.
3.0 – Red harvester ant: Bold and unrelenting. Somebody is using a drill to excavate your ingrown toenail.
3.0 – Paper wasp: Caustic & burning. Distinctly bitter aftertaste. Like spilling a beaker of hydrochloric acid on a paper cut.
4.0 – Tarantula hawk: Blinding, fierce, shockingly electric. A running hair drier has been dropped into your bubble bath.
4.0+ – Bullet ant: Pure, intense, brilliant pain. Like fire-walking over flaming charcoal with a 3-inch rusty nail in your heel.
I wish I knew what the X (Honey bee) stands for in certain numbers, probably a variable of things or dependent on the species location/genera. If possible, I will try and update with more insects from this list, but I hope you enjoy the info and pass this along.
“Like fire-walking over flaming charcoal with a 3-inch rusty nail in your heel”
Doesn’t that make you say “F*CK*NG PAINFUL?”