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(Yahoo)   To the traditional sounds of an English summer - the droning of lawnmowers, the smack of leather on willow - has been added a new noise: the sound of people screaming in agony as they are stung to death by killer bees   ( divider line
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2014-05-05 02:50:20 PM  

Unobtanium: Before reading the article, I was wondering about how the South American killer bees had bypassed us and gone to Britain. But I see it is a different bee, altogether.

/What happened to the "killer bees" that were supposed to invade the US?

They already have.

Destructor: These aren't cute little bees we're talking about. They're basically dragons of the insect world. They must be destroyed.

All of them. Every last one of them. With fire.

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Oh yeah; still get chills watching that videos of Japanese Giant Hornets slaughter an entire bee hive like it was going out of style.
2014-05-05 03:52:07 PM  

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2014-05-05 07:06:27 PM  
Thanks for taking me back subby, that was wonderful.
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