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Re: Man Revives Bumblebee

makes more sense like this
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i saw a huge joint laying on its back motionless in the restroom at work last week. It was next to the urinal I was using, on the floor.. I took one good look at it and I directed my stream of urine onto its presumably dead carcas. I then saw its legs moving.. then I was like, "oh shit, its alive!?".. I proceded to urinate in the urinal and made it snappy, in case the joint decided to get its fat ass off its back and smoke with my urine all over it.


Case in point.. wheres my fucking bong?


Nvm guess I gotta document it myself.. too bad I cant use my pipe at work.




Do you often piss on dead things for fun, Bro?

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makes more sense like this






Do you often piss on dead things for fun, Bro?
nope.. i havent seen many dead things in my lifetime.. aside from insects.. but i hate roaches.. especially those fat ones at work who decide to make guest appearances. never smoked either.. idk what thats all about.

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nope.. i havent seen many dead things in my lifetime.. aside from insects.. but i hate roaches.. especially those fat ones at work who decide to make guest appearances. never smoked either.. idk what thats all about.

They do take a long time to die sometimes, the nasty fuckers!

Were they here before people? Does anyone know?

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Maybe the bee is diabetic?
A bee having a hypo

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Re: Man Revives Bumblebee

I've rescued and revived many animals and birds - and also bees but have used jam. It works really well

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....could it be that it was just cold outside and the bee's metabolism was low, so giving it some food and heat revived it? i do the same thing to flies that get caught outside when it's cold... pisses my wife off because i let them go in doors where it's warm.. i know, im a fuckin hippie

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What a precious little bumblebee and a touching vid! Yes, bugs too hit straight to my soft spot

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What a precious little bumblebee and a touching vid! Yes, bugs too hit straight to my soft spot
for me, it's their size and vulnerability that makes it hard for me to hurt them... spiders freak the shit outta me but i still try to save them all. even if i do act like a little girl if the spider touches me....

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They do take a long time to die sometimes, the nasty fuckers!

Were they here before people? Does anyone know?
How can you hate a bee?

The Honey Bee is a fantastic creature and the more aggressive cousins of the honey bee are nothing like them.

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Fuck bees
Picnic-ruining, buzzity little motherfuckers.
Normal Honey bees are harmless, you have either come across the more aggressive cousins of them or you are naturally a soft tart.

"OOH FLYING THINGEE DA BOB! GET IT AWAY!"

"SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAL!!"

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