July 19, 2010

How Do You Shave a Bee Beard?

honeybees.jpgVery carefully, I imagine.

From The Star:

"A hundred years ago, it was a good way to sell honey at a fair, but today bee bearding -- the art of giving your face over to a swarm of bees -- is mainly done for fun, or charity.

Insect facial hair has been known to pop up in California, Ohio, and even here in Ontario. The Star caught up with the "chambeeon" of last year's contest in Aylmer to see what the buzz is about, and how many puns can be used in one story. Melanie Kempers, 29, of Guelph, is a beekeeper by trade, and a beebearder on her days off."

Read the rest of the article: The secret to a good bee beard: Queen bee and Vaseline

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Posted by Derek Markham at July 19, 2010 10:55 AM
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