Wednesday, 30 August 2017

My Scary Mysterious Visitors


This incident happened a few months ago. I was waiting for my brother to pick me up in the morning when I spotted something very strange on my kafir lime plant. It looked like a black mass of something.


Then I walked closer to take a better look.


Oh my God! Bees! I recoiled in horror and quickly walked away. Oh no, what should I do?

I was so worried. I googled for solutions but none were suitable for my situation.

Over dinner, I discussed this problem with my brother. He shared his experience on how he helped our dad remove a bee hive at our home in Terengganu. But that was a hive, not a bunch of squirming bees. 

That evening when I reached home, I tried to take a peek at the bees but it was too dark for me to see. So I went to bed carrying my worries.

The next morning, to my relief, this was what I found.


Gone. The bees were gone. Just like that. And there were white powdery stuff where they gathered. Just to ease my mind, I cut off that branch so that they won't come back and they didn't. What a relief!

31 comments:

  1. I would shriek and faint to see the real bees squirming like this. Their Queen must be having a coronation party at your house! That plant must be auspicious lah and hope you strike numbers today. Go buy Bee Phang number at Magnum4D. Better still add your car plate number and stake RM2 for Jackpot prize. You might strike and don't forget to bring me & wife to world cruise on board The Peace Boat!! Promise!

    #QueenBeeParty #PHstrikeJackpot #WorldCruisePromise

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    1. hah..hah.. I don't know how to buy nombor or else will sure do it!

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  2. when I saw photo 2 I guess it was bees. This happened in my mother's compound before. I called a pest company and they advised me to be careful not to disturb the bees because they are searching for a new home. if not suitable they will move on so just wait for a few days. We waited and the bees went away just like they did in your garden.

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    1. Oh, then those bees must have been home hunting at my place. Glad that they did not like the real estate there hee..hee..

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  3. Oh My God...I would have absolutely freaked out if this confronted me at my porch. I don't think I could have slept on it, even for one night, without getting rid of it. TM's comment is so funny. Luckily, they just had a short get together and went on their merry way. I can see that your kaffir lime plant is full of thorns, yet the bees had no problem hugging onto it...maybe your kaffir lime is too harum until they couldn't resist! :D

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    1. I was so worried and thank God the bees did not stay!

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  4. OMG!!! If they did not leave by themselves, you will have to call the bomba to get the firemen to get rid of them!!!

    My jasmine was flowering plus-plus that day, the whole tree was white all over, and the flowers attracted a lot of bees, big and small but no, they did not stay - now that the flowers are gone, they are gone too. Praise the Lord.

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    1. Lucky for me they left! I don't get many bees in the garden, very rare except on this occasion.

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  5. Eeeewww! I would be scared too. Gosh! Thank god they are gone.

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  6. Oh my goodness... that looks scary.. they must have heard what you are going to do with them so they ran off in the night! What a Big Relief...

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  7. Eeeeee, OMG, I hate these, lucky that they are now gone

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    1. You so scare, yet still can take photo, LOL

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    2. hah..hah... If no photo. no story :)

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  8. Bees are better than a snake! I think if it is a snake, I will throw away the whole plant because too geli. The bees came twice to build their hives on the mango tree outside, between the neighbour's and our house. Twice I prayed and twice they packed off.

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  9. Thank goodness they move out themselves!

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  10. Oh no.....what a scary visitors you had...luckily your good "feng shui" doesn't suit to them 😂😂😂

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    1. hah..hah.. maybe I got no good feng shui that's why the said bye bye!

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  11. oh wow...ur plant must be so attractive to the bees! Glad that these bees decided to make their home elsewhere without u getting in 'action'...

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    1. Yeah, I was very relived and very happy that they cabuted.

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  12. Never seen something like this. Bee hive maybe normal but a bunch of bees resting like that, oh my... definitely I will feel scared too if I see them 'relaxing' and enjoying life together!

    Lucky for you they disappeared very soon. If not, don't ask me what to do. I will cabut first, okay!

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    1. My first time too. Luckily they decided to cabut elsewhere. Thank God!

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  13. They gone just like that?? What a mystery, haha.. oklah tu, dorang just nak rehat2.

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    1. Tempat PH tak sesuai kot, tu lah they all cabut.

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  14. It's so weird that they just stay for a night but luckliy they just stay ONE night, haha :P
    PS: TM's comment is way too funny lah!

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