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weed-wacking bumblee bee update

you will all be happy to know that i don’t have to move out of my apartment. i came home to find a dead bumble bee on my bedroom floor. i sprayed it with the scrubbing bubbles just to make sure it was really dead. then i grabbed about 34 paper towels, scooped it up, smooshed it be double sure it was dead and threw it in the garbage. so we can all sleep easy tonight, knowing the weed-wacking bumblee bee won’t be disturbing my slumber.

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10 Comments

  1. Goddess 31.May.01 at 9:18 am

    Whew!! I feel MUCH better now! My hero!!!

  2. heather 31.May.01 at 10:25 am

    ack. you do know you have to FLUSH bugs or they come back to life in the garbage and attack you with more vigor than before, right?

  3. heather 31.May.01 at 10:26 am

    sorry!! i kept getting internal server errors so i thought it wasn’t getting posted! =(

  4. scooterboy 31.May.01 at 11:25 am

    three times is a charm tho right? like saying “candyman” or “bloody mary” in the mirror. now the bumblebee is SURE to come back to life and attack with renewed fervor. good job heather!

  5. jodi 31.May.01 at 12:24 pm

    i fixed your duplicate posts. for reasons i cannot explain, grey matter gives me that error. the comment ALWAYS posts. i am just too lazy to research what the problem could be and fix it.

  6. jodi 31.May.01 at 12:28 pm

    i woulda flushed it, but i had grabbed so many paper towels, i was sure to do some damage to the plumbing. i think the shot of scrubbing bubbles, combined with the smooching did the trick.

  7. mickmars 31.May.01 at 1:18 pm

    what the hell were you doing smooching a bee?

    something is wrong with you.

  8. jodi 31.May.01 at 1:51 pm

    smooSHing, i smooSHed the bee. i didn’t smooch it. that’d been deadly. i don’t want to die.

  9. scooterboy 31.May.01 at 3:50 pm

    not to get technical… but since the topic of jodi’s interesting contractions has already been brought up somewhere (i think by Lud at BW) the use of “that’d been” perhaps would have read better as that’d’ve been (an even more ridiculous and much more supportable contraction)

  10. Tyson 31.May.01 at 3:53 pm

    I love double contractions.