Luckily, in this part of the country, it's already beginning to cool down. That means two things. First, autumn is nearly here! Second, all of the bees and wasps that have been annoying me this summer will soon be dead. Now I know bees and wasps are very different creatures. Wasps are the worst, but if I come across one or two bees while out and about, that's no problem for me.
That being said, if I ever had to deal with a situation like what Redditor Suunburst just had to go through, I don't know if I would have survived.
Suunburst and his family awoke the other day to find a rather large bee colony swarming around the side of their home.
Somehow, the bees managed to make their way inside the house and into his brother's room. Suunburst assures us his brother's room was already a mess when the bees invaded.
They had to call in pest control to get rid of them. The exterminators quarantined that room for five days.
This is the aftermath of the bee genocide. It's brutal, but it had to be done.
Yes, I know that bees are good for the environment. And yes, I know that they typically only sting if they're provoked. However, when bees are swarming like that, they can be aggressive.