8BitFriendly,
@8BitFriendly@kbin.run avatar

Un-bee-lievable.

baseless_discourse,

sounds pretty hive-oc

KillingTimeItself,

my favorite fun fact about bees and bee nests, is that they actually produce a lot of heat, so if you have a nest of bees in your wall, you can tell because your wall will be hot.

wieson,

Behold my children:

Saylor Class, Dance Lesson, Computer Science Tutorial and Intro To Biology

Cryophilia,

My suitcase full of BEES should help with that!

Treczoks,

Had something similar. My bedroom was small and under the roof, and for some time I heard scratching noises at night over my bed. I assumed that were mice, so I set up some mouse traps in the attic. No success. The bait was gone, but none of the traps were sprung.

So, one evening when the noise got annoying, I went to investigate closely. And found a large wasps nests, right on the other side of the sheet rock of my bedroom.

AngryCommieKender,

This is why flamethrowers are legal to own in 48/50 US states.

afox,

I have a drone on offer up and some fool tried to convince me to trade for a flame thrower. Wtf am I going to do with a flame thrower? I guess I could vanquish my enemies… If I had any. People are weird.

Mesophar,

It seems they had the same thought “Crap, what can I do with this flamethrower? Maybe I can trade it for that drone!”

nednobbins,

The obvious solution is to attach the flamethrower to the drone.

Cavemanfreak,

Jesus. That sounds eerily like my experience. Heard scracthes in the attic and thought it was mice. Woke up one morning with a dead wasp in the bed and having been stung. Thought nothing of it. Woke up a few days later with two dead wasps in the bed and having been stung. Huh, that’s weird. Then when I woke up one morning I saw a wasp crawl between the planks in the ceiling. Called exterminators and they sprayed the attic. The wasps had built their nest in the isolation and had chewed through it down to the planks… The next week I had hundreds of dead (and a few alive) bees in the room every day and I had to sleep on the sofa…

Drusas,

Wasps are not bees.

Cavemanfreak,

I’m aware. I was just relaying my experience which was pretty similar.

Drusas,

I see. Your wording made it seem like you were conflating the two.

Cavemanfreak,

Ah, sorry for the confusion then :)

dumbass,
@dumbass@leminal.space avatar
Legend,

The fuckidy fuck is happening there

samus12345,
@samus12345@lemmy.world avatar
SomeoneElse,

When I was very little, maybe 2, my mum had sat me down in front of Sesame Street while she did some chores. Not long after I came running into the kitchen “mummy mummy there’s a birdie in the front room!” She said yes, that was big bird and to go back in and watch it. I kept running back to her increasingly more upset about the birdie until she came into the living room to find a pigeon had come down the chimney and was irately trying to escape. I know I was too young to remember it, but I swear I can recall the feeling of vindication!

ettyblatant,

!twosentencehorror

This is the worst thing I’ve read today

pineapplelover,

Has this been happening for a while? How tf did this happen?

nulluser,

It’s not that uncommon. When a beehive is doing really well, it’ll “split”, meaning they’ll raise a second queen and the new queen will leave and half of the colony will go with her to establish a new hive somewhere. This is called swarming, and it’s the their version of reproduction. (Tangent: Contrary to popular belief, honey bee swarms are usually very docile since they don’t yet have a home to defend.) Once they find a suitable location to settle, they’ll move in. Without humans building things, a suitable location would usually be something like an old hollowed out tree. But humans build great beehive homes. Old houses with small openings between siding panels that allow bees into the walls are a common favorite.

msage,

I can’t believe it’s not posted here yet, so here we go.

Ehm.

NO, NO, NOT THE BEES! ALL OVER MY EYES! AARGHHH

Sizzler,

I’m covered in Bees

postmateDumbass,

Not if you use the same insurance company.

Hupf,

This looks like a job for… DR. BEES!

Dremor,
@Dremor@lemmy.world avatar

As reported by the Bee Bee, See.

impudentmortal,

She said her homeowner’s insurance won’t cover anything pest-related because they deem it preventable.

So the real monster was the insurance company. What a twist!

quindraco,

And yet people still pay for insurance, for some reason.

idunnololz,
@idunnololz@lemmy.world avatar

My bank forces me to have insurance in order to get a mortgage :(

betterdeadthanreddit,

Meanwhile, the Beekreeper escapes the scene unnoticed and prepares to summon its apian horde elsewhere.

Carighan,
@Carighan@lemmy.world avatar

Shoutout to the absolutely fantastic pen&paper RPG “Heart” in which one of the classes is the Deep Apiarist. Including the ability to have the bees crawling through your body that doubles as their hive animate it while you sleep, allowing you more active hours a day.

downpunxx,

OprahBees.Gif

rhythmisaprancer,
rhythmisaprancer avatar

Too soon to watch Bee Movie?

MeekerThanBeaker,

Always. Always too soon.

swab148,
@swab148@startrek.website avatar

Ya like jazz?

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