Honeys. i got legit 2 foot honeycombs in my wall. what do?.. just tell them to beehave Giraffe
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#92 - madfoxx [OP]
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(10/08/2013) [+] (36 replies)
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exterminator said they were these...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Africanized_bee
#120 to #92 - thesovereigngrave
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(10/08/2013) [-]
If they were killer bees, how the **** did you not get swarmed?
#139 to #120 - annadewitt
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(10/08/2013) [-]
picture is taken after they were killed.
#140 to #139 - thesovereigngrave
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No, I mean before you found them. I'm pretty sure killer bees are supposed to be hyper-aggressive and really prone to swarming.
#125 to #92 - franger
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Did you get the honey?
#136 to #92 - wertologist
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Dear god, man. Those things are just bastards. They will relentlessly try to kill you and will even wait over water if you dive under. Kill them...Kill them all
#183 to #92 - kingoflint
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(10/08/2013) [-]
In all seriousness these things mean ******* business. they're nicknamed killer bees for a reason
#190 to #92 - cakezs
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Then seriously get the **** out of your house. Fast.
#193 to #92 - iceguy
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(10/09/2013) [-]
**** this im out
**** this im out
#149 to #92 - dontknowmeatall
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Take your cellphone and your computer and run. To Mexico. Never look back.
#153 to #149 - huntergriff ONLINE
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(10/08/2013) [-]
they're in mexico too...
#160 to #153 - trystanvierra
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Someone call the Navy!! D:
#155 to #153 - dontknowmeatall
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Canada then.
#198 to #92 - iamphoenix
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(10/09/2013) [-]
How opposed are you to violating the Geneva Convention?
#119 to #92 - blokrokker
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(10/08/2013) [-]
You're ******, buddy.
#165 to #92 - newforomador
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Dude, kill the bees (using something that isn't poisonous to you) and take the honeycombs. That **** is delicious, and you can eat the entire thing, the honey and the comb.
#184 to #165 - creepyunclebob
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I've had honeycomb before, it's like chewing the most delicious gum you will ever taste, and then it actually gets chewed up before the flavor runs out.
#187 to #184 - newforomador
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I've never eaten it myself, but I know that you can eat the entire thing, and I know from friends that it's amazing.
#206 to #187 - scootsmahboots
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Honecomb is ******* delicious. If you're in the U.S., find the closest World Market to you and go get some Violet Crumble bars. It's a chocolate covered honeycomb from Australia. Best candy ever.
#182 to #92 - rinaz
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Skip town. Get out of the ******* country. Move to Antarctica.
#185 to #92 - llpanic
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(10/08/2013) [-]
At least they weren't this hellspawns
#191 to #185 - rokkarokkaali ONLINE
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(10/08/2013) [-]
I want to know what that is so I never live in the same continent as them.
#209 to #191 - llpanic
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(10/09/2013) [-]
asian giant hornets, this ******* killed 42 people in china
#205 to #191 - volcanicdiarrhea
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Asian giant hornets. And these are the queens.
The normal ones are about half that size, but still monsters.
Their stingers are around .25 inches in length and are incredibly painful.
30 to 40 stings can kill an average human.
They eat mantises if they are available.
#201 to #191 - anon
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(10/09/2013) [-]
It's the Giant Asian Hornet. Japan is littered with them, but if you stick tot he city you don't tend to see them. In the entire year I was there I only saw one, and the bravest man I have ever seen who ran at it with his murse and beat the everliving **** out of that thing.
#195 to #191 - thybloodysniper
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Its in China thats all i know
#197 to #92 - yisumad
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(10/09/2013) [-]
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#116 to #92 - zorororonoa
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Oh ****, I thought they were normal honeybees at first. Now you gotta kill them or burn the house.
#115 to #92 - Jenisist
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Welp. Time to move.
#111 to #92 - garymotherfinoak
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(10/08/2013) [-]
****, that's the worst kind
#194 to #92 - peanutbraddle
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#142 to #92 - brisineo ONLINE
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Get out.  Get out now and thank whatever religious or non-religious deities for still being alive.  One sting and you'd probably been toast.
Get out. Get out now and thank whatever religious or non-religious deities for still being alive. One sting and you'd probably been toast.
#146 to #142 - huntergriff ONLINE
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Actually, according to the link he posted...

"The sting of the Africanized honey bee is no more potent than another variety of honey bee, and they have a similar appearance. Africanized honey bees are more dangerous because they are more easily provoked, quicker to swarm, attack in greater numbers, and pursue their victims for greater distances. An Africanized bee colony can remain agitated longer and may attack up to a quarter of a mile away from the hive. Also African honey bees farm more honey than their European cousins a likely cause of their high metabolism."
#148 to #146 - brisineo ONLINE
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What isn't linked is that these bees (or bees in general) send out a pheromone when they sting you that basically acts as a big bright bullseye, saying you're a threat. Most bees would only go so far, some even ignore it, but killer bees go complete murder mode once they catch a whiff of it. It ain't the potency, it's the amount of hundreds of stings at once that do you in.

I know because I've seen them in action. They are something to be feared.
Exactly why I moved to a state where it's too cold for them to live.
#168 to #148 - adrilazzaro
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#171 to #148 - locke
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another thing is africanized honey bees are more likely to climb into your ears, up you nose, down your throat, and any other small area they can to sting you to try and maximize the damage they inflict. I've also heard that some types of honeybees in southern U.S. have become more aggressive and will follow attackers up to a 1/2 mile from the colony they were first found at. oh and for anyone who doesn't know and might be reading, never hide from them under water those bastards just wait for you to resurface to resume attacking.
#152 to #148 - huntergriff ONLINE
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#8 - whitbydixon
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(10/08/2013) [-]
just tell them to beehave
#47 to #8 - mcmilldog
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(10/08/2013) [-]
*beehive
#27 to #8 - drvalentine
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#66 to #8 - anon
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To beehive


not even sorry
#109 to #8 - arxfj
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#127 to #8 - mrleopardgecko
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#96 to #8 - propanex
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and to comb the **** down
#131 to #8 - mrawesomeman
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#9 to #8 - lordlolland
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Honey, don't bee that guy.
#4 - verycoolcat
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(10/08/2013) [-]
If you stay in a room long enough with bees, the bees don't attack you because they become accustomed to your presence so as long as you don't disturb the hive... you get a bee home defense system.
#103 to #4 - azinfoo
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Wow. I guess you could say the defense system is a real free-bee.
#104 to #4 - brutallyhonest
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(10/08/2013) [-]
How would you remain calm next to a damn buzzing bee in a room? I freak out from a house fly's buzz..
#176 to #4 - tehoutlaw
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(10/08/2013) [-]
I would like to try this but at the same time I don't.
#19 to #4 - thenewgizmobox
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(10/08/2013) [-]
that would bee really helpful
#110 to #19 - zorororonoa
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Your profile pic really matches with your comment
#23 to #4 - butterisgood
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(10/08/2013) [-]
now i want one.
#50 to #4 - knowstoomuch
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(10/08/2013) [-]
I don't beelieve you.
Pun intended.
I still think that's ********
#54 to #4 - ilikecows **User deleted account**
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(10/08/2013) [-]
1. portect beeses in your home
2- tell them to build beard of bees in your face area using 'allo vera
5. ????!?!?!?!?
423. by the gods...


12. Ya dun got the bee beard!!
#98 to #54 - pwnmissilereborn **User deleted account**
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#1 - dafuckisthisshit
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(10/08/2013) [-]
so relevant
#21 - sonofpsychodad
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Whats this, an overabondance of honeycombs in an ordinary apartment?! My briefcase full of bees will put a stop to that!
#26 to #21 - asthmetheus
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Look up in the sky! Its a Bird! Its a plane! It is a plane and on that plane is....DR.BEES!
#166 to #26 - endospore
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(10/08/2013) [-]
DR. BEES I just want to say thank you both for directing me to this video.
#31 - psykobear
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(10/08/2013) [-]
"Wow, there are a lot of bees in my room. How are they getting here?"
"Quick! Bust open that particular section of wall!"
#63 to #31 - pickstar
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(10/08/2013) [-]
> particular section
> all visible parts of wall in picture bust open
#213 to #63 - psykobear
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(10/09/2013) [-]
I worded that wrong.
I just meant that it is odd that they had an urge to check behind the walls, and by check I mean destroy.
I wouldnt have thought of that.
#24 - tazze
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#210 to #24 - anon
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I've never actually been stung by a wasp before, and there's been loads of occasions where they've landed on me. Then I got stung by a bee when I was 8. So I dunno, maybe I am wasp god.
#49 to #24 - evilhomer
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>be me   
>about 11pm   
>October 2013    
>be putting on a shirt   
>see that it has a stain on it so I take it of to change to another one   
>I changed my shirt in under 30 seconds   
>felt something stabbing my back   
>maybe it's a thread of materiel I thought and continue to wear it   
>second stab   
>Thisaintnotthread.jpg   
>take of shirt a wasp flies out   
>I got stung by a wasp   
>At night   
>In the middle of Autumn   
>while putting on a shirt   
>What are the ******* odds to that   
Also that flying spawn of Lucifer ended my 4 year sting-free streak
>be me
>about 11pm
>October 2013
>be putting on a shirt
>see that it has a stain on it so I take it of to change to another one
>I changed my shirt in under 30 seconds
>felt something stabbing my back
>maybe it's a thread of materiel I thought and continue to wear it
>second stab
>Thisaintnotthread.jpg
>take of shirt a wasp flies out
>I got stung by a wasp
>At night
>In the middle of Autumn
>while putting on a shirt
>What are the ******* odds to that
Also that flying spawn of Lucifer ended my 4 year sting-free streak


#199 to #49 - elcreepo
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(10/09/2013) [-]
I got a bumblebee in my shirt once that didn't sting me even after I pulled off my shirt to get him out.
I dunno if he even COULD sting.
#105 to #49 - brutallyhonest
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Where do you live?
#212 to #105 - evilhomer
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Lithuania
#71 to #24 - thecrayzeeman
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Hornets are worse.
Satan is afraid of hornets.
#82 to #71 - commontroll
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Hornets are Satan's crazy ex-wife, wasps are his current wife.
#83 to #82 - thecrayzeeman
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(10/08/2013) [-]
And both are on their periods.

#207 to #71 - volcanicdiarrhea
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Let's try the Asian Giant Hornets on for size, shall we?
Too ******* big.
#211 to #207 - thecrayzeeman
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Do not want.
That's what she said.
#100 - timmywankenobi
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(10/08/2013) [-]
I guess you could say the situation is unbeelievable !
#134 to #100 - dessel
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(10/08/2013) [-]
give this kid some blood shot, yellowish eyes, and then he would be perfect for some 420 posts
#29 - misterblack
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