Unbeelievable Revenge & Myth


Do you believe in magic?
How about sea monsters?
Okay, but what about unicorns?
Great! Welcome to Scotland!

Fact: The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.


B902: What the hell are you doing up here?
You won’t find any flowers.

B756: Revenge.

B902: What?

B756: That guy stole my flowers. I’ll follow him to the top of this mountain if I have to.

B902: What are you thinking? It’s a suicide mission.

B756: I’m a bee. Every mission is a suicide mission

Fact: Bees can fly higher than Mount Everest


“So you are saying they broke in through a fourth story window, stole nothing, and left fingerprints everywhere.”
The detective surveys the dishevelled scene.
“What kind of a criminal is this stupid?”

Fact: Koalas have fingerprints.


Birth of a Super Villain

I will have my revenge!
Only I know the full power of my creation!
And now is my time!
I will microwave the world!
One patent office at a time!

Fact: The inventor of the microwave oven only received $2 for his discovery.

The American Appliance Company (known as Raytheon today), filed the patent and the creator ended up receiving just a $2 bonus.


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83 thoughts on “Unbeelievable Revenge & Myth

      1. πŸ˜‚I was trying to think of a term which would describe a person who loved both bees and koalas. I’m open to suggestions.

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      1. There’s still them lurking monsters in the lake there…. Like Covid – never get complacent…they could strike you from behind…whamo.

        Guess the temperature would not be too kind to redbacks up there….

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      2. As I tell people, Finland is like Fisher Pricey first country. Everything is easy going, smooth , efficient, and harmless. No sharp edges.

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      3. ‘Harmless’ suggests complacency. eg never turn your back on said covid…BANG can hit you in the back…..I follow what you mean though…laid back, what the heck, throw a prawn on the barbie mate, drink up glug glug glug burp……

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      4. I miss the Aussie mentality. The people here are probably the most difficult thing to deal with. Well, that and the BS language.
        I miss a meat pie and a good game of footy. Or the cricket on TV. Not the same with the time difference.

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      5. I feel for you. When I was travelling in various countries I felt the same way. Where is my Australian way of life? I’m missing it. I think the culture you’re born and raised in becomes an ingrained part of you and stays with you all your life. It’s not to get away overseas for a ‘holiday’ but the urge to return to your roots never goes away. What do they say, there’s no place like home.

        Can you elaborate on this some more? I’m interested….

        ‘The people here are probably the most difficult thing to deal with. Well, that and the BS language.’

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      6. I think you’re right. I’ve been out of Australia for the majority of the past 15 years and I still have that Aussie mentality.

        Mostly, it is the differences that cause the problem, they are shut up, withdrawn, prefer silence and solidarity. There are of course acceptions to the rule but on the most part they are polar opposites to Aussies.
        The language is one of the hardest in the world to speak and understand.

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      7. ‘on the most part they are polar opposites to Aussies’….I can appreciate this would make it hard for you to ‘fit in’…….Good thing English is a universal language but I realise many of the locals would only use and understand Finnish, with whom you would need to mix….

        How about a ‘g’day mate’……feel better now?

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      8. More than 60% speak English, so no worries there.
        The guys at work use Aussie accents every now and again. It’s kind but they are really bad at it πŸ˜‚

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      1. You’re welcome. Actually he has passed away in November of pancreatic cancer. Yes it is still on TV with guest hosts, the permanent host will be announced in July or August.

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      2. No way!!!! So he has been doing it all this time? That man was a machine. I’m surprised they didn’t have him reading the questions from his hospital bed.

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      1. Oh !

        “The researchers placed the bees in clear, sealed boxes and experimentally adjusted the oxygen levels and air density using a hand pump to simulate increasing elevation, while keeping temperature constant.

        The researchers found that, instead of beating their wings faster, the bees increased the angle at which they extended their wings with each beat, reaching closer to their heads and abdomens each time. This action increased the amount of air that they swooped, helping to boost their bodies up

        The team is currently following up their study to determine whether bees living at lower base elevations are also capable of flying at simulated high elevations, or if this is an adaptation particular to alpine bumblebees.”

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