Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Should I refuse the honey because the bee stings?

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  1. Definitely not. Unless you have Diabetes. But this is a totally different problem to consider. =P

    Kiss your cheeks.

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  2. It reminds me the following:
    "The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable."

    [~Attributed to James A. Garfield]

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  3. In life, under every difficulty there is hidden gift.

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  4. No, and ironically, you can use honey to heal wounds (just remove the stinger first). Sorry for being so literal today. Thanks for being a honey. Your aphorism on procrastination is finally up at the Boomer Muse.

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  5. This is so appropriate! I just installed a beehive, did get a sting or two but that's nothing compared to the honey I'll get.

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  6. Is it right to do gramatical flips like these sentences do, without knowing where it leads? Especially if one doesn't know quite how it's done?

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  7. only if you're not allergic to bee stings.

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  8. No. You should SMACK PACK FLAT the bee dead and then enjoy the honey! :D

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  9. Oh yea! Don't like bee stings that much...:)
    http://youareawareness.blogspot.com

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  10. It's worth it for the good stuff!

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  11. Not if you are of royal descent!

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  12. I never mind a little sting for something sweet.

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