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I do worry about bees getting my dogs. My youngest is forever a puppy and she's a silly girl. A bee came into the house once when she was small, only months old, and it was such a huge fat bee and she watched it like 'what the hell is that?' And I had to make my way over to her very slowly and carefully and pick her up before she went to make a go at catching it! She means no harm, bless her, but she's a curious girl! It wouldn't be fair on her or the bee if she were to try and play with it.
I once was sat on the beach, playing in the sand, just feeling the texture of it because... I dunno.... But anyway somebody had thrown sand ontop of this bee and when I moved the sand I freed it. Got the shock of my life though, at first I thought it was a giant ant! I have a huge bug phobia, but I like bees.
Me too! Bumblebees are the least aggressive of the bee family, they never sting unless seriously provoked - people who thoughtlessly kill them obviously have very little appreciation of how important they are (and the fact they have just as much right to be alive as they do).
Bee's are very cute, all fuzzy and buzzy. But I still don't like getting near them in fear of aggravating them for some unknown reason. Especially In summer when they come in your window and can't find their way out, I'm sure that annoys them greatly so I just pull back the curtain and try to lead it in the right direction. I've been stung by a bee once, When I was a child playing in my pool and the bee must of got stuck in my hair and stung my ear. It was like having my ears pierced all over again. But I could never hurt them on purpose. Even wasps who are like the cranky version of bee's that want to just sting for no reason until it gets bored.
Bees are quite cute, interesting, furry things! I'm mainly afraid of wasps as I hear they're more likely to sting, and I get huge reactions to normal mosquito bites already, uah.. Occasionally I'm guilty of killing a spider or fly .. not often but anyways I feel bad about it each time and I should. No killing bugs. *fave to support the message
im TERRIBLY afraid of bugs DX they just scare me.... but bees are an exception bees are sweet, adorable creatures that are usually calm by nature they are also very loyal, protecting the queen bee from anything and risking death >.< wasps, though.... my friend has been stung by a wasp and she cried very hard :< they can sting you as many times as they want and are rather nasty by nature >:< oh, my ive been going on for a while adorable stamp, i would use it if i could ^^
Oh yeah... I used to kill every bee I saw (like I do with every other bug), but then I heard that some species of bees were endangered, and that those species of bees were very important to the ecosystem. So I'll stop killing bees... for now. I don't get how anyone can think they're cute, though.
I gave up on killing bees, but... none of my experiences with bugs have been good ones, so I always kill a bug as soon as it gets near me. Especially if they're inside my house! Besides, bugs don't have souls or feelings, so it's fine.
What an awful thing to say! o: Of COURSE bugs have feelings - they're living creatures with brains and pain receptors. I think you need to take a biology class. Killing another living creature is CRUEL. D: