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If you're in need of being cheered up this afternoon, then look no further than this wonderful tweet about some trapped bees. Yes, you read that correctly.
It all started when comedy writer Simon Blackwell took to Twitter, in order to ask a very specific question about bees.
In a tweet, he wrote:
When you're letting a trapped bee out the window, everyone talks to the bee right?
When you're letting a trapped bee out the window, everyone talks to the bee right? — Simon Blackwell (@Simon Blackwell)
It goes without saying that the tweet went extremely viral, which suggests that yes, everyone does talk to bees.
@simonblackwell I usually try talking to the bee first in an attempt to persuade it to see sense and leave of its own accord. — Sarah Hemming (@Sarah Hemming)
@simonblackwell Yes, and much more respectfully than they do to daddy long legs. — Julia Hartley-Brewer (@Julia Hartley-Brewer)
@simonblackwell Mostly just out of frustration that they’re not getting I’m trying to be helpful
You can feel free… https://t.co/GyZ7sGMqiY — Diedrich Bader (@Diedrich Bader)
@simonblackwell yes. 'come on fuzzy bollocks, this way, gently does it...' — Sarah Phelps (@Sarah Phelps)
@simonblackwell Oh god yeah. It’s like a really aggressive intervention. — Daniel Benneworth-Gray (@Daniel Benneworth-Gray)
@simonblackwell I once gave a lift in a very small car to an extremely cross gannet . I spoke to him all the way to… https://t.co/LwLFtKb3wx — Patrick Gale (@Patrick Gale)
@simonblackwell “Out you go...” — Andrew Beasley 💙 (@Andrew Beasley 💙)
@simonblackwell They understand tone of voice, whereas your wasp is oblivious to your kind intentions and is intent on your demise. — David Banks (@David Banks)
HT The Poke
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