So let’s say you’ve got a great big buzzing bunch of bees who have taken up residence inside your home. Obviously you don’t want them there. But how will you make them leave? The internet is full of answers for everything, so we did our research and found three bee removal techniques that definitely do not work and one that does.
One Way to Not Get Rid of Bees: Dress Up as Winnie The Pooh, Complete With Honeypot
We’re not sure how this idea came to life, but maybe somebody watched too much Disney channel. In reality, bees are not particularly influenced by the presence of Winnie the Pooh, whether it’s a stuffed animal or a person in a bear costume. They’re not going to leave their new nest and follow the honeypot – hunney pott – oh bother!
Another Way to Not Get Rid of Bees: Explaining Your Opinion of Which Star Wars Film is Really Best
We know – it works on getting rid of everybody else! But sharing your thoughts about how the Phantom Menace is truly the best film in the franchise, due in large part to the brilliance of Jar Jar Binks will have little to no impact on the resident bee population. It might prompt a few of them to sting you, but overall – the bee removal job is still not done.
A Third Way to Not Get Rid of Bees: Interpretive Dance
Isadora Duncan is famous for introducing the world to the idea that deeply emotional stories could be conveyed through dance. But even though interpretive dance began with Duncan’s use of arm movements that echoed the flight of a busy bee, today’s hives remain unmoved by even the most gifted, creative interpretive dancers. Which is a shame, because truth be told, the dancers usually put on quite a show.
One Way that Really Works To Get Rid of Bees: South Shore Professional Bee Removal Services
You knew that you were going to have to get help with this bee situation eventually, right? In real life, you don’t want to be interacting with thousands of bees up close and personal. For a reasonable fee, your local pest control company can provide bee removal services. You stay at a comfortably safe distance and let the pros get the bees out of your property for good.