Serving the Queen. . Mr GWEN. I PLEDGE Dun. HERE is WHAT I WANT ‘mu To EITHE THAT HAT, HHEH "I" DU ELITE AND you DEE. Bur IT biota; A LITTLE, AND MAYBE ms? Smit
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Serving the Queen

Mr GWEN. I PLEDGE Dun. HERE is WHAT
I WANT ‘mu To EITHE
THAT HAT, HHEH "I" DU
ELITE AND you DEE.
Bur IT
biota; A LITTLE, AND MAYBE
ms? Smit Us
I AFTERWARD.
Tout ENEMY wt: nir an
Dues "mus swan
us: A sums Pun TO you?
MBR sue:
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Submitted: 08/10/2014
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User avatar #1 - crazyolitis (08/10/2014) [+] (3 replies)
The stinger isn't supposed to be ripped off when a bee stigns you. Humans just have relatively thick skin.
#5 - hatemountain (08/11/2014) [+] (6 replies)
People know so little about bees. First of all, every single one of the bees you normally see are female. There are some males drones but they are few in number and lazy. The only time they leave the hive is to mate with the queen. They fly around above the hive and the ones that get to mate fall dead to the ground (if this is because their penis is pulled out in a similar fashion to the stinger I don't remember since it's been like 10 years since we had bees and  was around 10 at the time)   
The ones that didn't get to wet their death stick goes back into the hive and stays there just being lazy 						*****					 basically. But is things get rough during the winter they get kicked to the curve, freezing to death. And in the spring the nursery bees can give special nutrients to some of the larva in order to create new drones. This is also how queen bees are born. One larva is chosen to become the next queen if the old one dies. This larva will then proceed to get all the nutrients and other chemical 						****					 it wants until it hatches and start fukin.    
Oh, I almost forgot, all these female bees have different jobs aswell. There's your standard working bee that we all know gathering dat nectar. Then there is the previously mentioned nursery bees and other jobs like scouts.    
   
   
The stinger isn't attached to the bees entrails. It's attached to their venom bladder which has developed so that the barbs on the bees stinger (note only bees have this, wasps have needle like stingers which allows them to sting you several times.) will pull that 						****					 right out to allow the bladder to continue pumping venom into it's victim causing severe pain and maybe even allergic shocks. In the process the bee dies. But that's the way of life when you're part of a hive mind I guess.    
   
Sorry for the long rant about bees. To be honest this isn't everything I wanted to say on this subject but I am runing out of space. Hopefully you've learned something and if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
People know so little about bees. First of all, every single one of the bees you normally see are female. There are some males drones but they are few in number and lazy. The only time they leave the hive is to mate with the queen. They fly around above the hive and the ones that get to mate fall dead to the ground (if this is because their penis is pulled out in a similar fashion to the stinger I don't remember since it's been like 10 years since we had bees and was around 10 at the time)
The ones that didn't get to wet their death stick goes back into the hive and stays there just being lazy ***** basically. But is things get rough during the winter they get kicked to the curve, freezing to death. And in the spring the nursery bees can give special nutrients to some of the larva in order to create new drones. This is also how queen bees are born. One larva is chosen to become the next queen if the old one dies. This larva will then proceed to get all the nutrients and other chemical **** it wants until it hatches and start fukin.
Oh, I almost forgot, all these female bees have different jobs aswell. There's your standard working bee that we all know gathering dat nectar. Then there is the previously mentioned nursery bees and other jobs like scouts.


The stinger isn't attached to the bees entrails. It's attached to their venom bladder which has developed so that the barbs on the bees stinger (note only bees have this, wasps have needle like stingers which allows them to sting you several times.) will pull that **** right out to allow the bladder to continue pumping venom into it's victim causing severe pain and maybe even allergic shocks. In the process the bee dies. But that's the way of life when you're part of a hive mind I guess.

Sorry for the long rant about bees. To be honest this isn't everything I wanted to say on this subject but I am runing out of space. Hopefully you've learned something and if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
User avatar #2 - internetexplain ONLINE (08/10/2014) [-]
Make that a sword half the size of your body, that's how big the stringer in comparison to the rest of the bee is.
#15 - plumpbooty (08/11/2014) [+] (3 replies)
*******					 pleb. If a queen is giving you trouble, you know what to do.
******* pleb. If a queen is giving you trouble, you know what to do.
User avatar #23 - alucord ONLINE (08/11/2014) [-]
Take this giant sword and stab even bigger giants.
#12 - Temari (08/11/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Jesus 						*******					 Christ, I've seen this hundreds of times and never understood it until now. I get it now. I never really read it thoroughly enough to get it. My god, I am dumb as 						****					... Staying logged in to shame myself.
Jesus ******* Christ, I've seen this hundreds of times and never understood it until now. I get it now. I never really read it thoroughly enough to get it. My god, I am dumb as **** ... Staying logged in to shame myself.
#11 - anonymous (08/11/2014) [-]
The White knight is the black night
#6 - anonymous (08/11/2014) [-]
A neural transceiver is required for maximum communication,
we will work as one mind. Borg
#4 - anonymous (08/10/2014) [-]
I don't think they hook the stinger to themselves on purpose.
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