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I Found the Missing Bees

By Edited Jul 11, 2015 1 6

We've all heard that the Bees in North America and Europe are all disappearing... but why? Well, I might have news for you - they were hiding in my BBQ!


I was planning on using my BBQ this weekend, and figured I might as well clean it out before hand since it had been a while since I last used it.

I have known there were bee's coming from under the cover so I thought I'd kill them, obviously...

Here is the BBQ in question:
bbq


And my Bee Bomb! Preferred weapon of Bee destruction.
insect bomb


Ultimate bee bomb delivery method:
bomb on rake


The bomb was super loud. I could hear it even after I set it off and ran around the corner of my house. This is what I saw as I walked back:
beepile


beepile2


bee corpses


Uh oh... what do we have here?
bbq honeycomb


20mm mass grave of bees
mass grave


a honeycomb 2


a honeycomb 3


a honeycomb 4


a honeycomb 5


flipped honeycomb
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Comments

Nov 27, 2008 2:09am
Ryan
This is the bees knees!
Nov 27, 2008 2:19am
greg
Bees are annoying
Jan 9, 2009 1:53pm
spamhater
who is the idiot that killed honeybees instead of calling a beekeeper?
Feb 15, 2010 4:57am
caviteno
Absolutely insane they decided to setup shop on your grill.
Jul 9, 2010 10:12am
eileen
Why on earth didn't you get some help instead of killing them all. Sorry but I would not be proud to show that you did this. What a wast of wonderful honey too
Jul 9, 2010 3:17pm
guenhwyvar
Kill them all. Top of the food chain. Protect your territory.
What could a beekeeper do? Do you actually think that would work?
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