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Hepatitis - B
That's not bee-liveable in the slightest
It was unbeeleavable
Dad: well I guess this was the place to BEE!!
Me: "Oh crap, I'm getting out of here!"
Dad: "Are you really that afraid of some bees?"
Me: "You know I'm super allergic to them."
Dad: "Judging by your college transcript I'd say you're more allergic to A's! (har har har) "
Because he wouldn't beehive.
Now I'm a bee leaver.
Why do you beehive like this?
Hi Honey, I'm home!
Stop it, you need to beehive
Because they can't beehive
"Bee on your best beehive-ior!"
(I know I just posted something a little while ago, but I just found this subreddit today and thought of another good dad story)
As a child I had an immense fear of bees. So, one day my dad and I were at the Museum of Science in Boston together checking out the exhibits. In one room there was a huge (actual) beehive encased in glass with hundreds of bees inside. Attached to the glass was a plastic speaker thing so you could put your ear against it and hear all the buzzing. So I mustered up some courage and gave it a go. As I was getting a good listen, my dad went "bzzzzZzzzzz" and tickled my ear with his finger. I freaked the fuck out, and swatted furiously all over the place. I cried, and was all mopey and pouty for the rest of the day.
In hindsight, I realize that that was an opportunity that just had to be seized.
Went to pick up my daughter at school and noticed a rather large beehive in a bush and let the office know. As she and I are leaving, a couple of guys are looking at it and I walk up and say, "What's all the buzzzz....about?" Many groans were heard.
This was always one of my dad's favorites to tell us.
A long time ago, there was a beehive in the middle of a forest. Every day, as worker bees do, they would go out into their fields, gather pollen from the flowers, and bring it back to make honey.
The bees had a problem, though, because every so often an intruder would come around, such as a bear who wanted the honey, or kids who thought it'd be fun to throw rocks at the hive. Finally, the bees got tired of it.
Being the intelligent bees that they are, they built an alarm system for the hive. They built it such that one bee pulls a lever, which triggers the alarm that the bees will hear from the fields, and then the bees can come back to protect their home.
There was one bee who was exclusively assigned that job, and he was aptly named the "Lever Bee." His job was to watch for potential adversaries, and pull the lever to raise the alarm.
Now clearly, the safety of the hive depends on this one Lever Bee. So it stands to rea... keep reading on reddit ➡