What one man found outside his window is the stuff of nightmares. This would convince me to never leave the house ever again.
He recently spotted this large wasps nest (not just any wasps, but European Hornets) outside a double-glass window in his attic. The nest sat right on the window, giving a unique view of the inside of the nest and all the wasps crawling around to feed their larvae.
This is one of those times where “In case of emergency: Break Glass” does not apply… yet “In case of broken glass: Emergency” does indeed apply.
(Source: Vang Tsal)
Every single itch and twitch on my skin just gave me the creeps while watching that.
There’s a popular old saying that goes something like, “Hey, don’t eat bees.” Or maybe it’s just common sense. But either way, seriously, you shouldn’t eat bees. Fortunately, you already know this, but dogs are not so fortune – they’re firm believers that bees just want to play.
But oh no. Bees do not want to play. The folks over at BuzzFeed found a few dogs who learned that the hard way. And yes, you’re a horrible person for laughing at this.
1.) Yep, this dog definitely ate a bee.
2.) Charge: bee eating. Verdict: guilty.
3.) Ashamed, but still very much a bee eater.
4.) In his pre-bee eating days, he didn’t look so grumpy.
5.) Coming inside is probably wise. No bees in here.
6.) Yes, doggy, it was the bee that did this to you.
7.) No amount of puppy dog eyes will heal that swelling
9.) Even puppies eat bees.
11.) This one must’ve eaten an entire hive of bees.
I would wrap this article up with the moral of the story, but it’s pretty clear: don’t let your dog eat a bee or it’s going to look ridiculous for a while. Warn your friends about the dangers (or hilarity, you twisted soul) of dogs eating bees by sharing this below.
As if driving on I-95 wasn’t painful enough, police are warning people about possible “transient bee swarms” in the area.
A truck carrying literally millions of bees overturned near Newark, Delaware. The drivers of the truck were taken to the hospital for injuries that are reportedly not life threatening.
“Combing?” We see what you did there.