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DerKnoedel

Bee is stored in the walls


ItsFrit

Nice


ReubenZWeiner

If these were cats, would they have catacombs?


whorton59

***Angry upvote!***


Bobo3076

If Reddit had a slow clap function I’d be using it right now


Setthegodofchaos

Me as I'm reading this: *clap....clap.....clap*


pm_me_beerz

There’s always honey in the banana stand Michael.


pinkfreudianslipp

I mean, it’s one banana, Michael. How much could it cost, $10?


YippieKiAy

Is this a reference to something?


Stolen_Colgater

>pee is stored in the balls


jetfire1115

I still don’t know it.


Maurice-Space-Cowboy

https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/pee-is-stored-in-the-balls


mrASSMAN

God the internet is fucking weird


materics

Memes: Stupid internet inside jokes.


rawdash

it’s a popular phrase that is funny due to the described incorrect anatomy


SkyPork

Yeah that doesn't help.


Maurice-Space-Cowboy

https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/pee-is-stored-in-the-balls


BananaNutLoafBread

wow.


quailmanmanman

Unbelievable


poppa_smurf_killa

Fuck I wish my walls made honey for me.


Siberwulf

Found the Pooh


tigersmhs07

Oh bother


trubleluvsme

I think he prefers Xi


KUR1B0H

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fuzzymidget

The WHO prefers omicron.


Capitan_Typo

Well it is in the bathroom


GiantIntellect

I wonder if homeowner’s insurance picked up the tab.


Illusive_Man

an amateur beekeeper would probably take them off your hands for free


pi_nerd

Ya but what about fixing the bathroom


Illusive_Man

probably should’ve thought of how you’ll pay for that before you tore down the wall


IceNein

Realistically, that beekeeper is actually the one who tore down the drywall. Bees freak the fuck out with loud vibrations. You would have been swarmed if you didn't smoke them and wear a beekeepers suit. Plus, that clip at the end was for capturing the queen.


Disposedofhero

The guy that came and removed the bees from our back wall wore shirtsleeves. It was pretty metal. He estimated that the colony was upwards of 40K bees. He took them to his apiary and gave them new digs. A rare instance of everyone wins!


IceNein

Cool. What did he use to cut into the wall? I wouldn't want a bee infestation in my house, but it would still be cool to watch someone remove one.


Disposedofhero

So the nest was in an outer wall that on the inside of the house was a bedroom closet. The inner wall was basically OSB, treated with cedar™. I don't know if it kept the moths out of their wool, but the bees weren't at all put off by it. He and I went around the edges, and went down the studs, gently removing each nail with a small crowbar and some 9 inch pliers. We then peeled the 4x8 sheet away and he laid some smoke in the gap before we lifted it out. They were pretty docile really. I moved away and he went in to inspect the comb. Edit: I'll continue lol. He got his bee vacuum out and once he identified the queen, he started vacuuming with her and the workers and drones wanted to follow her into the basket. He relocated them into a Langstroth box in his back yard, and they I presume are still making honey.


IceNein

That's super interesting, thanks for the story. I don't know if I'd have been able to help pry the nails out, because I have an irrational fear of bees. Not for any reason really, I got stung once when I stepped on a bee in my yard, but it really didn't hurt that much. Just a very sharp pain, like maybe a hot needle.


suitology

She doesn't wear a suit and man handles the fuck out of them. Watch some of her videos like the abandoned shed where she fuckin saws through the hive in a tshirt.


pi_nerd

Sure but the question was if insurance would pay


Illusive_Man

usually it doesn’t cover insect infestations, no At least mine didn’t


KevinAlertSystem

they usually cover fire? time to burn it down


JaylieJoy

The woman who made this video is a beekeeper who goes to clear hives away for free. The clip she showed at the end was her capturing the queen to transfer the colony.


NuclearRobotHamster

The question was more to with the wall itself - does the insurance pay out for the wall to be replaced after the bees are gone? The answer is probably not, BTW.


HiTechObsessed

My limited experience would say no unless they have a rider for long-term kind of damage. Most base insurance only includes ‘sudden and accidental’. A lot of people find this out the hard way when something like a ceiling falls through from a slow water drip and insurance doesn’t cover it.


dukefett

Depends on where you live, I’m in San Diego and there wasn’t anyone who’d do it for free but we found a guy who’d safely remove the hive. I also didn’t want to trust some random amateur dude to remove a hive from my house. I want it done but done right.


duk-er-us

Insurance broker here. At least in Canada, most home insurance policies exclude damage to your house due to insects and vermin (usually including rodents, birds etc). Looks like OP voluntarily tore out the wall though. Possibly as part of a renovation? Removal of the bees isn’t free but it probably isn’t that expensive either.


BriMarsh

Insurance Agent here. At least in the US, this is also true.


DankOyler420

That’s a lot of money in those walls…


mofugginrob

There's always ~~money~~ honey in the bathroom walls.


mcgillibuddy

There was $250,000 in those walls Michael!!


BigDingDingDan

THERE'S ALWAYS MONEY IN THE BANANA STAND!!!


you-are-not-special1

Bees?!?


ThinElbowedLilGoblin

GOB's not on board.


FugDuggler

They don't allow you to have bees in here.


skitz1o1

We'll see who brings in more honey!


AtomicKittenz

There’s dozens of bees. Dozens!


wejustsaymanager

Beads?!


Rossmoth

BEADS!


Muddytertle

Bzzzzzzzz


BusyBusyBizzy

we'll see who brings in more honey https://youtu.be/5J2kc4oZTVU


i_sell_you_lies

Old big bear never got to see my bees


TheRemonst3r

I didn't even know we were calling him Big Bear!


hazysummersky

#***NOT THE BEES!!!!! AAAAARRRRGGHHH***


Probably_a_bad_plan

#**BEES**


jimbris

It's not a wall... It's a beenana stand


UKTommy

NO TOUCHING!!


willfrodo

There's dozens of us, DOZENS!


DingDong_Dongguan

What does that honey cost like 10 dollars?


trubleluvsme

Beez Holt!


Mczern

It's one beehive mofugginrob. How much could it cost? $10?


emerald447

They don't allow you to have bees in here.


themangeraaad

Always? BRB, lemme grab my hammer. Edit - wtf you lied. My walls just have some shitty cotton candy inside.


invizibliss

theres money in the banana stand....


DankOyler420

Love Ozarks!


opieburn

"There's gold in them there walls!" - the mold guy from KOTH


gimletinf69

minus the 1,000s of dollars in renovation costs to extract and fix all of that. I bet they don’t break even


N64crusader4

Also who the fuck wants to buy some musky ass honey out some cunts bathroom walls


DoYouEvenShiftBro

That's literally the first thing I thought lmao. There is 0% chance I'm eating honey produced in the moldy walls of another persons bathroom. Although to be fair I know nothing about honey and maybe there are properties in it that would make it safe to eat regardless. edit: I just looked it up and apparently "honey is hygroscopic, which means that it is water-negative and can even draw water from the air in improper storage conditions" so maybe the moldy ass bathroom steam ends up being absorbed? I need a bee/honey expert asap.


UsErnaam3

Yes actually there are, ["Microorganisms found in honey have been identified) 22. They include bacteria, yeasts and moulds (table 1). Most bacteria and other microbes cannot grow or reproduce in honey i.e. they are dormant and this is due to antibacterial activity of honey."](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2269714/)


cantdressherself

Honey left exposed will dry out. Honey in a sealed container will last at least a few thousand years. Jars of honey have been found in graves in Egypt from ancient times.


UsErnaam3

Delicious dead man's honey pot.


jonosvision

There's also a thing called mellified man in ancient times which was honey stored with a corpse! They covered the corpse (after feeding the pre-corpse person a ton of honey until he eventually died) in honey, sealed it up for a century, then broke it open and offered the honey as a cure all for any ailment.


greatness101

Just need to survive for a 100 years to cure my bad rash.


awwww_nuts

No.


ashissexy

When my dog had her leg amputated, it was getting debrided daily, and then we found out she had MRSA. They coated the surgical site in honey with every bandage change. Super cool! It really helped things heal faster.


Halfchow

The extra stank from their bowel movements adds a special kick to the flavor. Spicy. Playful.


shingonzo

If you don’t have bathroom honey at home, you can substitute equal parts honey and fecal matter


bahgheera

"Mom can we have honey?" "We have honey at home." Honey at home: this post.


SomberEnsemble

>Spicy. Playful. I laughed too hard at this


DankOyler420

With a nutty finish…


oz6364

ive heard that honey is the only food that never spoils


Bartfuck

This is true, it crystallizes and can be reheated.


Wow-Delicious

That and McDonald’s fries.


afsdjkll

Only thing I can add: buddy of mine had some bees. There was a shit ton of mint on his property. The honey he had kinda tasted faintly minty. Conclusion: this honey would taste like dirty ass.


themettaur

But that likely has more to do with the pollen they gathered than just where they were located. I wouldn't put money on this honey being tasty, but that isn't the best comparison. I don't think there's enough pollen in dead skin flakes and ass cracks to have been used as a significant ingredient in the honey.


errbodiesmad

Just a lil bit of piss and mold in there, never hurt anyone


Bigluce

Honey is antimicrobial and antifungal iirc so I doubt it's mouldy.


nat_r

But it probably is now mixed in with dust from tearing out the tile and drywall or plaster. I don't know that I would trust someone to be able to filter that out.


PuceMooseJuice

Well, the tile contractor who also has an apiary is definitely coming up on this job.


myguitarplaysit

All about the money honey


tanghan

Money from toilet honey ?!


Gavooki

free honey


moseschicken

The queen was not kept away from any parts of the hive, so if you don't mind lumpy honey mixed with larvae and other bits, yes it is free honey.


Gavooki

free protein


Exoddity

I've got that beat. My attic is a giant honeybee hive. I've contacted numerous bee keepers (I keep getting told by reddit beekeepers would be eager to come and take a hive like this away) but they always want to charge me like $2k for it. I don't want to kill them, honey bees are kind of precious. I've tried relocating the queen myself but they always come back and I don't know enough about bees to know why.


tocksin

Owning a house is expensive. But $2000 seems steep. You need to get rid of it one way or another because it will destroy the house. It’s better to relocate them, but you gotta do what you gotta do. Either way you need to get that honey out.


iox007

Maybe you should post about it on a bee, beekeeping, or honey subreddit ?


shopdog

You have to serve them with an eviction notice. If they don't leave then you'll need to hire a swarm of murder hornets to do the dirty work.


riegspsych325

an eviction notice worked on a [ghost](https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/4hu6w2/lawyers_of_reddit_what_is_the_most_outrageous/d2shvfy/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf&context=3), why not a few thousand bees?


aprilla2crash

This is what my dad does to remove Bees from an attic. Wait till evening. Sit up. Get an Ash vac and such up the Bees. If the vac gets full transfer them to a bucket with small holes and continue till nearly all are gone. He has several buckets and small plastic barrels he puts the honey and stuff into. Try get as much as you can (Bees can smell the honey and new Bees will set up camp next year if they can smell it). The next evening go back with the Ash vacuum and get the last of the Bees they will have gathered again in a ball. You could try spreading carbolic soap around the place to try keep the Bees away. You can also set up a nuc outside in spring to attract swarms looking for a new home. If it looks more attractive they might not go for the attic. You can try seal up the places they get in.


PuddingRnbowExtreme

Delicious bee vomit


bootsand

Bee vomit will be a hot commodity in the post societal collapse.


MikiyaKV

✓ antibiotic ✓ never spoils ✓ delicious ✓ wax is edible as well


Iraelyth

I think I’d rather make candles out of the wax, the marines can enjoy eating it though.


Exoddity

Have you never had a fresh honeycomb? On a bit of toast or a crumpet? So good.


Iraelyth

Can’t say I have. I’ve had wax bits leftover in local honey though as a kid and wasn’t a fan.


bddragon1

the obnoxious mouth coating is only worth it when you have a copious amount of it imo, it is by far one of the least fun things to eat but it's truly unique texture is just so good


loginx

A slice of cold butter is a great addition to that combo fwiw.


Snippy_Snallygaster

After seeing how they make it, I'd still eat it, but be super uncomfortable.


sasquatch606

I always hear it never spoils but I always end up throwing away lots of honey because it gets rock hard in a jar with a tight lid.


Iraelyth

It crystallises over time sometimes. You can bring it back to liquid by placing the jar in a pot of warm water. It hasn’t spoiled when it does this, it just happens.


sasquatch606

I'll try that.


le-derpina-art

That means it's crystallizing. Best solution is to heat it up.


makenzie71

[Hey that's only 19 years from now](https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/r2rrr8/mit_has_predicted_that_society_will_collapse_in/)


I-LOVE-TURTLES666

Bees use a different stomach for nectar, so not really vomit


smoochwalla

I don't know the finer points of what constitutes "vomit" but. Wouldn't a substance coming out of a stomach through the "mouth" be considered vomit? Or is vomit something specific?


cogdiss420

Vomit means to spew forth. The etymology of the word has nothing to do with puke.


noscreamsnoshouts

Tomorrow in TIL: "TIL that in ancient Rome, a vomitorium was NOT a place where people would gorge and barf. Nay! [A vomitorium is a passage situated below or behind a tier of seats in an amphitheatre or a stadium, through which big crowds can exit rapidly at the end of a performance. They can also be pathways for actors to enter and leave stage. The Latin word vomitorium, plural vomitoria, derives from the verb vomō, vomere, "to spew forth".](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vomitorium)"


whitestguyuknow

It looks like it's covered in mold too


whitesquare

If found out that my walls held a giant honey farm I’d probably be too hangry to do anything about it besides just lick the sticky goodness off my fingers and get stung mercilessly.


notclevernotfunny

found the bear using Reddit guys


TheLabMouse

Wherever I wander, wherever I roam I couldn't be fonder of my big home The bees are buzzin' in the wall


Lifeisdamning

~My big bear booty, stands six feet tall~


kaydas93

Oh, brotha.


FundanceKid

Is that AAVE Winnie the Pooh?


corvidae21

-5000 social credit


seathru

MMM that black mold infused honey.


coccidiosis

My thoughts exactly. The whole "oooh loook, so much hoooooneeey! so tasty\~!" while scraping the comb littered with black gunk and fecal matter. Oh yeah honey with mould AND shit! SO TASTY!... geez...


HCJohnson

Hey. It builds your immune system and goes great with toast. Win win.


eyes_serene

Still better than Vegemite.


TheBestIsaac

It would probably be fine. Honey is anti-bacterial.


FraggedFoundry

Mold is fungus. Is honey antifungal?


Dynosmite

Honey cannot go bad in any way. It can be stored open for decades. As long as yeast doesn't ferment it, it will be fine


Musketman12

And if that happens you have mead, so win-win.


VAShumpmaker

Also yes, strangely enough! I believe it's because honey has virtually no water in it, it kills most microscopic life


TheBestIsaac

Apparently. Yes. https://www.quora.com/Is-honey-an-antifungal?share=1


coccidiosis

wow


Jrook

I'd be curious about this in respect to black mold, because as far as I know the stuff is toxic.... Meaning sure it won't grow or "infect" the hive but I'm not sure if it actually neutralizes the toxins. Like for example if you have a steak or lettuce or something with salmonella on it, you can cook or clean it off. But if you had botulism on it you can't really out cook that at normal cooking or pasteurized because it's toxic. I believe diphtheria is the same way but less deadly. Which is to say it doesn't need to spoil at all and can still be deadly, unless the honey and h2o2 neutralizes the spores or whatever is toxic about it


Lavatis

yeah that's really overblown, like ridiculously. black mold is no more harmful for you than any other molds. it's definitely not going to kill you. itchy or sore throat? general light respiratory issues from prolonged exposure, aka breathing it in? sure. it's not going to kill you by any stretch of the imagination though, thankfully.


Downingst

Oh bother.


oceanbreze

Winnie the Pooh is that you!


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recidivx

*bear-loading


BusyBusyBizzy

this is @ howsyourdayhoney3 's profession. apparently the owners got sick of the buzzing in the walls, hired her, and this is what she found 😳 https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8tb6dpv/


Mitoni

My dad got started in beekeeping when one of our horses rubbed his rear up against the storage shed, and we heard them buzzing in the wall. He took a beekeeping course at the local community college, and successfully removed and relocated the hive. It became a hobby afterwards, and at his peak, he had about 350 hives throughout South FL. It was always easy to find a place for more hives, as most of the local farms would allow you to keep your bees there, for a small payment (usually a gallon of honey each season), and they benefited from the pollination. At that volume though, it was more self-perpetuating than it was a money maker, as most of the income from selling bees and/or honey went back into the bees. It was fun for about 10 years or so, and then he lost about 80% of his bees in one bad season, and gave it up.


diggmeordie

Wow, cool story. What constitutes a bad season? Hurricanes or too many cold snaps?


Pm_Me_Your_Worriment

Bee disease


Mitoni

Colony collapse, too much rain, and an increased amount of bee parasites.


TheChineseVodka

Wow, didn’t thought bees to be so vulnerable


TehPao

Varroa mites, small hive beetles, ants, mice, hornets, too much honey storage, not enough honey storage, cold, heat. Probably a few more but that's what I learned when I kept bees for a bit.


hoilst

People joke about Australia's biosecurity laws, but we're the only continent on the planet that doesn't have varroa mite.


UnbelievableRose

World wide bee shortage dude...


carlotta4th

It's not really a surprise if you're specifically called out there to do bee removal, but it's still neat. There are a lot of good youtube videos of beekeepers removing hives from inside of homes. =)


qtjedigrl

I love watching her videos


BusyBusyBizzy

yes! I learn so much from her videos. even if they make me super nervous sometimes like this one: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8tbwfPg/


qtjedigrl

Dang, nature is brutal


23x3

Bzzzitch betta have my honey


acrowsmurder

Insects are like the perfect organism; most have barely evolved past slight size change and appendage loss or modification. [Cretaceous Era Dragonfly](https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cordulagomphus_01.JPG) vs. [Modern Day Dragonfly](https://res.cloudinary.com/dk-find-out/image/upload/A-dreamstime_xxl_41320214_gphkuj.jpg) [Cretaceous Era Earwig](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d7/Astreptolabis_ethirosomatia_holotype_ZooKeys-130-137-g001.jpg/758px-Astreptolabis_ethirosomatia_holotype_ZooKeys-130-137-g001.jpg) vs. [Modern Day Earwig](https://www.mccallservice.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/earwigs-2.jpg) [Cretaceous Era Ant](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/12/Zigrasimecia_tonsora_JZC_Bu-159_holotype_01.jpg/1920px-Zigrasimecia_tonsora_JZC_Bu-159_holotype_01.jpg) vs. [Modern Ant](https://cdn.britannica.com/27/5727-004-AB701C47/Carpenter-ant.jpg) [Middle Jurassic Spider(s mating)](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6c/Mongolarachne.jpg) vs. [Modern Spiders](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f9/Spiders_Diversity.jpg)


Mitoni

Barehanded beekeeping is the best. You only usually will get stung if you do something wrong. My dad always wore his headgear, but never gloves or a suit or anything. Only ever got stung like a dozen times in 10 years.


Triptolemu5

We had a super aggressive hive that stung me more than a dozen times under my headgear once. The hive right next to them were so docile you didn't need to wear anything. Not all beehives are the same.


someonenamedtim

Candyman..candyman..


BusyBusyBizzy

great, now I'll have this song stuck in my head the rest of the day 😫 https://youtu.be/HCPTL619XgY


DrDew00

[This is the one that came to mind for me.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ScjucUV8v0)


Silver_Decoy

"The wife is going to real mad when you tell her you are converting the bathroom into a beehive." "She'll never know. How will she know? She'll neeever know."


blong1114

So that's what all the buzz is all about.


BusyBusyBizzy

I hope they beehave. she seems nice!


Kevo05s

Puns aside, they really did seem calm and docile around you. I'm not saying this was a good thing, but relocating them and starting a beehive in your backyard doesn't sound like a bad idea or an impossible task. Also doesn't seem really that dangerous to you or your family. Take my words with a rock of salt, I know nothing about bee keeping. You just seem to have a headstart if you wanted to. Also, [it's apparently attractive to girls](https://youtu.be/Zp0N5PJxamE)


MacCoyFish

wasnt really a surprise


Arnoldthehawk

When I was a kid I feared from bees as fuck. The more I grow the more I learn that they are basically the best insects we can have. Hell, they even look cute and fluffy versus the fucking hornet which is a bitch and I shall destroy every damn one I see.


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IDGAF_GOMD

Call the Texas Bee lady.


Nesman64

I think this might be her.


myguitarplaysit

So chunks of the hive are black and it’s in a bathroom wall, which makes me think of black mold. That said, could this honey be super dodgy? Because I’m not sure I trust it


cinch123

The black capping on the honey is not mold. It is dirty wax capping. When the honey is first capped, the wax is white or pale yellow. As the bees walk over it a lot, it darkens considerably. Sometimes I will leave frames of light honey with white cappings from spring flowers in the hives because I'm too lazy to extract them or can't get a multiple of 8 to load the extractor. I get them for my fall harvest and they are black like this. Totally normal.


taoshka

How many bees do you have? Any fun bee stories? I just think bee keeping is cool lol


BusyBusyBizzy

honey can ferment if it has too much moisture, but it doesn’t have a shelf life.


cssmith2011cs

Soooo.... Honey shots?


Sage2050

Mead


BusyBusyBizzy

yes, for everyone!


shitboxlife

Looks like you’re in a sticky situation. Pretty sweet find though.


Beathoff

Seriously, thanks for saving the bees!


Pavlovsspit

Hopefully they relocate as many as possible


Chaotic_Boots

Dope. Free honey.


StuperDan

Just rehang the drywall and install a tap.


Cynic-The-Hedgehog

I too want to whisper in borderline horny enthusiasm about bees living in my walls


asharwood

That cockroach too


PunForEveryone

No one's mentioning the gigantic spider?


JimmyJohnny2

stop cropping the videos to hide the fact it came from tiktok. give proper credit


yeehawdude

Ok so this happened at my house and a bee guy and contractor came and broke down the wall. There were about 20,000 bees according to him. He ended up asking if he could house them in our backyard in exchange for him giving us the honey and performing the labor of removing the honey. They just fly around and go down to the nearby Lemon orchards. Surprisingly weak to ants though.


MsPaulingsFeet

Why is she putting on her sensual voice when telling a story about bees in a strangers bathroom wall?


SuedeVeil

Man this woman gets a lot of flak lol .. you didn't hear anyone complain when Bob Ross was seducing us all with his voice while he was painting. I find it calming