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You should see what bees do to wasps. "I want you to smother him. You and your siblings will cover him until all of your body temperatures get high enough that he dies. He dies @ about 3 degrees less than you, so be careful that you don't kill yourself! Oh, and try not to get stabbed by his re-usable dagger, either."
Now this is some good comedy.
This may be the least shitty buttersafe.
Amusing, at least
lame joke and I can't resist commenting - ergo, bees are a collective intelligence like ants so the individual metaphor goes out the window. As they are a collective intelligence we can imagine it represented by a soldier. In this case each bee that dies because it stung an enemy can be imagined as a bullet fireeed from the soldiers gun.
Keeping that in mind, do you really expect the soldier to go and fetch back each bullet that he fires from his gun so he can use it again... ? Of course not and so it goes for the bees, some defend, some collect and 1 lays eggs.
hoping you 'get' bees now....
Haha, good one (notwithstanding the real explanation). I didn't see the punchline coming, and the gestures were quite amusing too.
It's not that hard to understand:
Although it is widely believed that a worker honey bee can sting only once, this is a partial misconception: although the stinger is in fact barbed so that it lodges in the victim's skin, tearing loose from the bee's abdomen and leading to its death in minutes, this only happens if the skin of the victim is sufficiently thick, such as a mammal's. The bee's sting is speculated to have evolved for inter-bee combat between members of different hives, and the barbs serve to improve penetration of the chitinous plates of another insect's exoskeleton. When bees sting elastic-skinned mammals, the barbs become a hazard to the bees as described above. Honey bees are the only hymenoptera with a strongly barbed sting, though yellow jackets and some other wasps have small barbs.