They're typically not fast-stingers.

Unless you catch them during the peak of summer when their bodies are hot enough to get good flexibility and speed, most stings are more like you describe where they probe for soft spots and then drive the point home. If you're good, you can feel them first in time to avoid the stinger, but if they're in bed with you and you roll over on them,... well,... you get what you get.

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