Would You Dare Cover Yourself with Thousands of Bees?

Khryss | Published 2017-09-10 16:41

Buzz- buzzzzz!

Forget Owl City's 1,000 hugs from 10,000 lightning bugs for here's a better (?) feat!

Prepare to be riled up as the cringy story of being a "bee whisperer" progresses and slowly seeps into your whole being. (Just don't tell me I didn't warn you about how your hairs would tingle as you feel the imaginary sensation of hanging out with thousands of bees, okay? This'll hunt you.)

Well, it was a great day in Toronto when a man decided to make things a little...uncomfortable. Juan Carlos Noguez Ortiz from the Dickey Bee Honey Farm was on a mission to spend some quality time with the honey makers and their queen! How many of them, you say? Go take a guess.

Five thousand? No.

Ten thousand? Higher!

Twenty thousand? Not even close!

Wait, fifty thousand? Nah-uh.

He broke a world record that makes all your guesses seem like just a casual handful. He let a mind-blowing hundred thousand bees swarm his head. And as you can see, they completely overtook his head and chest--that's for 61 fcking minutes!

Imagine having bees on your face for about two series-episode long!

But did they sting him? Actually, there's a trick on being a great bee whisperer--a happy hive! So if you don't want to mess up with your beloved face and body, go properly execute the steps of what they call Bee Bearding and avoid ending up looking like Sloth from The Goonies.

For those who are curious, go get the queen first and your target number of bee friends then lather them with sugar syrup until they get so bloated they wouldn't even think of pricking your flawless skin. If you do that right, don't even bother buying coats for the winter anymore as they'll bee the warmth you need. They'll crawl and swarm all over the queen and you'd look just like Ortiz.

Now, who's up for a world record?


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