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The BEST solution for getting rid of BEES

If you have some bee problems, click here to see some crazy mf's!

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LOL! a 20lb Co2 Extinguisher would have done the trick, but thats just looks like way more fun.

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LOL! That was awesome, I had a similar experience visiting my grand mother. She had an old tree in her backyard cut down because it was dead and rotting out. But they left a stump probably 4-5 ft in diameter and about 4ft tall. It was pretty well hollow and the bees had created a MASSIVE hive inside of it. So my cousin and I soaked the whole thing in gas and lit it up... thousands of little flaming bee's came flying out of the inferno on fire making it about 1-2 ft before they dropped. The part that sucks was that when the fired died down there was litterally a 2 inch thick layer of bees on the ground surrounded the stump that were still alive, but their wings had burned off... so it was more gas to finish the job.

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i saw this on another forum. its everywhere

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[quote author=DemonOfTheFall link=topic=65673.msg1125011#msg1125011 date=1167423951]
LOL! That was awesome, I had a similar experience visiting my grand mother. She had an old tree in her backyard cut down because it was dead and rotting out. But they left a stump probably 4-5 ft in diameter and about 4ft tall. It was pretty well hollow and the bees had created a MASSIVE hive inside of it. So my cousin and I soaked the whole thing in gas and lit it up... thousands of little flaming bee's came flying out of the inferno on fire making it about 1-2 ft before they dropped. The part that sucks was that when the fired died down there was litterally a 2 inch thick layer of bees on the ground surrounded the stump that were still alive, but their wings had burned off... so it was more gas to finish the job.
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did the sweet sweet stench of honey attract local bears to the scene?

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There are no bears where my grandmother lives in Illinois... just corn... lots of corn

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[quote author=DemonOfTheFall link=topic=65673.msg1125102#msg1125102 date=1167427745]
There are no bears where my grandmother lives in Illinois... just corn... lots of corn
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so is that...corn near where your greandmother lives? No bears? Just corn.....lots of corn?

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