June 11, 2014

Bee-style fighting.



UPDATE: Debunked.

9 comments:

The Drill SGT said...

fascinating

EDH said...

As far as bothering to rescue the bumble bee, "what difference, at this point, does it make?"

After all, you could just trade five deadly spiders for the captured bumble bee.

surfed said...

Hive mentality...

Anonymous said...

The workers! United! Will never be defeated!

Rob said...

Why do the Brits, like Gordon Ramsey and John Oliver and the guy who made this video, emphasize so many words so dramatically?

David said...

Does the spider feel regret that the bumblebee was liberated?

ALP said...

It might have been trying to commit suicide due to being sick of work.

A worker bee's first task upon being born is to clean up the "afterbirth" of their cell, then they move onto dragging the dead bodies of bees that died over the winter out of the hive. THEN...a life of obsessive work.

The Queen will NOT tolerate losing one of her minions.

Freeman Hunt said...

Bee stings hurt. But what does a bee sting feel like when the stinger is proportionally the size of a lance in your back and the venom enough to affect your entire body? Ow. But then, if you have a teeny tiny brain, what is ow? I don't know.

chillblaine said...

Fascinating. The second bee is kind of like Candy Crowley, flying in to save the hive, in the second presidential debate.