WHO WILL WIN? WHO WILL DIE? IT IS THE BATTLE OF ALL THE BEES!
MILLIONS OF BEES ENTER, ZERO BEES LEAVE. Oh wait. Kind of sad. Oh well. Heaven just got a little more all the bees.
whoever wins, bees lose.
Let me tell ya ’bout the birds and the…
Oh, wait. Just the birds now, I guess.
I hear it was a sting operation
Well this story certainly is not the bees-knees…*walks away in shame*
So, beads are battling why now?
This post was
What a buzzkill.
Let’s see you brings in more honey.
This kind of horrific massacre would never happen with beads.
I’m sorry, did you say it was a battle of the BEADS?
Gob’s not on board.
There was one survivor…
These guys will win:
Videogum is only reporting this because of the (tiny) corporate overlords at Buzzmedia.
Letters from the Front: The Great Bee War of November 30th
First floor guest room
November 30th, 2010
I have no message of much importance to communicate to you. I have not heard from Gen. Beeregard for several minutes. The last account from The Kitchen, they were sick of fighting, as few expected a general engagement shortly. Gen. Yellowjacket had a skirmish with the Hive the other day. He took 2000 prisoners, saying nothing of killed and wounded. Our loss was 100 killed and wounded. The enemy totally routed, we captured five abdomen loads of honey, all of their commissary stores, and also their artillery. What I have stated as to this fight is true, for the bee I am staying with saw them with his own eyes, as they came with them from The Kitchen. Since that time, they have captured 4000, including 1000 cavalrybees, horseflys and all. If this be true, I say glory to The Queen for it. I have great faith in Yellowjacket and Beeregard, but not so much in Gen. Waspson as the others.
I can’t think of anything else that will interest you. My health is fairly good at this time. You will write to me immediately. I have not heard much from the 1st floor guest room in three minutes. Direct your letters to The Attic, c/o The Attic Stairs. They will be forwarded from there to me. Write immediately.
Nothing more remains,
your warrior brother, until death,
I was carried to Florida in a swarm of bees
How can they all be dead? Wouldn’t there have to be one last bee? Or did it manage to get killed at the exact moment it killed another bee?
this is what my nightmares have nightmares about.
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