Georgie will bee back soon . . .

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Georgie serves up the next part of his story . . .

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Alrighty then. I know everyone is waiting with eager anticipation to hear the next part of my story…so without further delay:

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I think it's probably worth taking a moment here to talk a little about the effects of exposure to Methylphethadorachlorophyll™.

Anybody who's had the misfortune of beeing exposed to significant quantities of Methylphethadorachlorophyll™ already knows the highly uncomfortable and disorienting nature of that substance, which was named after the researcher who created it, Phil Methylphethdorachlorophyll, Ph.Bee.

Beeyond the obvious effect of promoting unconsciousness and
insufferably pounding headaches, the most frequent side-effects of Methylphethadorachlorophyll™ (when used as directed) include,
but are not limited to:

•constipation
•hallucinations
•delusions of grandeur
•loss of fuzz, sometimes significant
•blindness
•heart attack, stroke and possible death
•sneezing
•dry mouth parts
•blurry vision
•unconsciousness (either temporary or permanent)
•a desire to gamble
•loss of appetite
•increased appetite
•clouded thinking
•brittle antennae syndrome (or BAS, for short)
•restless stinger syndrome (or RSS, for short)
•foot blisters
•craving for honey
•trouble flying
•lack of coordination
•a yearning for a desert climate
•increased appreciation of hive beetles
•decreased social skills
•fatigue
•inability to build honeycombs
•defiance of authority
•increased tendency for psychotic dance moves
•heightened appreciation the arts and polka music
•addictive behaviour
•urge to redecorate
•headache
•flatulence (in rare cases)
•pneumomatic cryocicosis (or PC, for short)
•increased thirst
•chronic dry eyes
•unexpected outbursts of unexpected civility
•urge to tell the truth for a change
•compulsive lying
•rapid or irregular pulse
•stomach cramps
•gooey sentimentalism
•increased desire to surf
•chills
•night sweats
•impaired judgement
•compulsive coupon sorting
•bloating
•loss of gravitational pull
•close identification with dark matter
•increased tendencies to vilify bad acting
•the munchies
•discolouration of proboscis
•lazy eye
•increased desire to join the travelling circus
•sleepiness
•dizziness
•weight loss

Knowing this about MethylPhethadorachlorophyll™,
I hafta say that I feel amazingly lucky to have only
suffered temporary unconsiousness, a headache,
a little bit of weight loss, and a slight compulsion to
sort coupons.

By the time the effects of the stuff had worn off and I finally came to,
I realised that the box I was beeing held was beeing unloaded into the back of an airplane. By then, I felt pretty much alert and started paying
more attention to where I might bee - and who might
bee holding me prisoner. But I still didn't know why.

. . .
(to bee continued)

Well, the light bulb in our outside decorations blew out last night, so I need to replace that. I’m glad it’s nicer out today beecause, if you ask me, there aren’t too many things that are more unpleasant than changing outside light bulbs in cold, lousy weather.

I hope everybody has a notably pleasant day!

I’ll see ya’ later!

The contest results are in . . .

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

You won’t beelieve this.

We didn’t win this year’s Most Outrageously Obnoxious External Lighting Sparkly Season Display Contest, Minimalist Category.

I couldn’t figure out how it would bee possible to LOSE the contest with only ONE light bulb as a decoration. As it turns out, the only competition we had was from a bee down the way who also only had one light bulb, but who attached a dimmer switch to it. So he won. This also means he gets the bragging rights for the next year.

Geeeeeeeze. It just isn’t fair.

Anyway, Great Grandma Gee Gee baked my Illegitimate Nephew, Kevin, and I a batch of her Honeychew Krisp cookies to help us feel better.
“Here, dear,” she said. “These will make you feel better.”

And they do. Kinda.

Well, it’s still cold and icy out, so I’m gonna spend the day looking through old issues of Hive Holiday magazine to see if I can find some Sparkly Season decorating ideas for next year. It’s never too early to start planning, ya’ know?

I hope everybody has a massively superior day!

I’ll see ya’ later!

Georgie's favourite day of the week has arrived once again!

Monday, November 30, 2015

It’s MONDAY! My favourite day of the week! And it’s cold out, so this is gonna bee a perfect Monday to do absolutely nothing.

Beefore I go do that, I should report that, over the weekend, they did the judging for this year’s Most Outrageously Obnoxious External Lighting Sparkly Season Display Contest. A couple of nights ago, Great Grandma Gee Gee glanced out of our window and saw the judges standing around with their clipboards, staring at our boot box.
“Do you think I should go out and offer them some nice, warm, freshly-baked Honeychew Krisp cookies, dear?”
“No,” I said. “I think they might consider that as an attempt to influence their Final Decision. And, as the Rules state, any attempt to influence the Judge’s Decision will result in immediate disqualification. I don’t wanna bee disqualified,” I told her.
“You’re probably right, dear. I guess we’ll just have to eat those cookies I just made by ourselves. But it’s too bad - this was a particularly delicious batch.”

And it was. And we ate them all.

Anyway. As I mentioned, now that the judging has been done, we’ll probably bee notified of our win sometime later this week. I hope we hear soon. If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s waiting.

Okay then. I’m gonna go back to bed and try to warm up here.

I hope everybody has a tremendously satisfying day!

I’ll see ya’ later!