|grimcity - 2012-06-05 |
Next up: Africanized!
|TimidAres - 2012-06-05 |
Hearing the cough immediately after pushing play assures me that this person is stoned.
There's your explanation
Maybe he is a professional landscaper. I've known a number of people who worked in that field over the years, and being stoned at all times is part of the job description.
Anyhow these aren't hornets or anything, they're bees. Bees are pretty friendly.
|Raggamuffin - 2012-06-05 |
This isn't a hive, these bees are swarming. Because they don't have anything to defend right now they won't be aggressive unless you do something stupid like spraying them with something. So this guy is actually an expert.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2012-06-05 |
As someone who hates anything that swarms, I fully support Daniel's reluctance. I'd need a beekeeper's suit to get anywhere near that.
|craptacular - 2012-06-05 |
baby birds are called "bees"
|freedoom - 2012-06-05 |
"reference to wicker man"
"Sure is quiet in here today."
"Yes. A LITTLE too quiet if you know what I mean."
oops, wrong reference.
|Corpus Delectable - 2012-06-05 |
I'm not moved by his cavalier "She's in here" in reference to the queen. If the queen isn't in there, then both the bees in the box and the ones left on the branch are goners.
Worse things have happened. I'm just saying.
|NineEleven - 2012-06-05 |
Meanwhile, across the street an entire city block is on fire
|Redford - 2012-06-06 |
Tags: Bees, Oh god
Oh god, bees.
I was unaware bees when swarming react like a combination of powder and slime.
|MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2013-01-29 |
Those sirens indicate an escaped Supervillain nearby.
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