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(Abc.net.au)   Australian mall owner to invading bees: I see you've played buzzy-stingy before   ( abc.net.au) divider line
    More: Scary, Beekeeping, bee swarm, Honey bee, Bee, Perth city centre, main city streets, retail worker Liria, Honey  
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2017-10-12 01:28:48 PM  
Bees? That's  an odd name; I'da called 'em "buzwazzers."
 
2017-10-12 02:23:44 PM  
Beads?
 
2017-10-12 02:24:52 PM  
They need to buzz off.
 
2017-10-12 02:43:50 PM  
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2017-10-12 04:49:52 PM  
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/It's the only way to be sure.
 
2017-10-12 04:53:16 PM  
FTA: "It was great to see everyone's reactions, everyone was having a good time, ducking through it [and] having a laugh."

What an Australian thing to say about a swarm of potentially stinging insects.
 
2017-10-12 04:57:10 PM  
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2017-10-12 04:57:53 PM  
DR. BEES
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2017-10-12 05:05:00 PM  

ommitay: FTA: "It was great to see everyone's reactions, everyone was having a good time, ducking through it [and] having a laugh."

What an Australian thing to say about a swarm of potentially stinging insects.


Yeah, them's friendly animals to them. Even the Koala's are out to get you and they're rife with STDs.

Angry Koala!
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2017-10-12 05:08:43 PM  
I'll do it.

A honey bee swarm is not an attack.  It's what happens when a healthy colony out-grows its hive.  There's too many bees.  They make a new queen and half the bees split off with the new queen to find a new place to live.  They're chilling out waiting for the workers to find a new place to live.  If you see one, call your local bee keeper group and they'll haul ass out to collect them and give them a new home.
 
2017-10-12 05:12:14 PM  

foo monkey: I'll do it.

A honey bee swarm is not an attack.  It's what happens when a healthy colony out-grows its hive.  There's too many bees.  They make a new queen and half the bees split off with the new queen to find a new place to live.  They're chilling out waiting for the workers to find a new place to live.  If you see one, call your local bee keeper group and they'll haul ass out to collect them and give them a new home.


Oh wait, they're Australian bees?   F*ck that.  RUN.
 
2017-10-12 05:22:03 PM  
"Looking for a home in the CBD is not too easy for them."

CDB? C? C!

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2017-10-12 07:05:15 PM  

flemardo: ommitay: FTA: "It was great to see everyone's reactions, everyone was having a good time, ducking through it [and] having a laugh."

What an Australian thing to say about a swarm of potentially stinging insects.

Yeah, them's friendly animals to them. Even the Koala's are out to get you and they're rife with STDs.

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That's not so much "angry", as "this is my territory now fark off".
 
2017-10-12 07:15:50 PM  

ommitay: FTA: "It was great to see everyone's reactions, everyone was having a good time, ducking through it [and] having a laugh."

What an Australian thing to say about a swarm of potentially stinging insects.


I already had that copied.
Yeah, don't ever change, Australians!

/now I'm wondering if some kind of vacuum arrangement can work without injuring the bees
 
2017-10-12 07:28:54 PM  

GreenAdder: Beads?


Bees.
 
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2017-10-12 07:47:05 PM  
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Go the other way!
 
2017-10-12 10:16:45 PM  

Resident Muslim: ommitay: FTA: "It was great to see everyone's reactions, everyone was having a good time, ducking through it [and] having a laugh."

What an Australian thing to say about a swarm of potentially stinging insects.

I already had that copied.
Yeah, don't ever change, Australians!

/now I'm wondering if some kind of vacuum arrangement can work without injuring the bees


Like for prairie dogs
 
2017-10-13 08:30:31 AM  
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