This honest question on Twitter has left KOT in stitches
A Kenyan tweep has left the online family in stitches after questioning how a British magazine managed to count the number of bees that reportedly chased after a car for two days.
The Metro, an online magazine, had reported how “20,000” bees made a chase for a silver Mitsubishi car after the queen bee got stuck in the car’s boot.
The car owner unknowingly drove away with the queen trapped in the back, resulting in the swarm taking up the chase – even being spotted on the car’s boot the next day.
However, what caught the eye of the Kenyan tweep, Twitter handle @memetwitter, was the estimated number of bees reported by the magazine.
“Sorry to ask, but who counted the bees?” asked @Memetwitter.
His post opened the gates for hilarious reactions from netizens who also wanted to know if the author of the story was able to actually count the bees.
Lol, valid question.. ??
— NaMabona (@NaMabona) October 8, 2017
So valid yet so unexpected ???
— Mas Riah (@MassRiah2) October 8, 2017
Issa valid Question ????? pic.twitter.com/gBcTDWJfpD
— Soul-Jah (@FeligoC) October 8, 2017
? ? ? my biology teacher said some animal’s liver (I think dog) has sugar. I asked who tasted it? Whole class wanted to know
— Bulelani Mfaco (@BulelaniMfaco) October 8, 2017
The queen talked to Metro.
— TheFounder? (@1nelav) October 8, 2017
Is she driving 2miles for 2days. Coz I knw a car moves faster then beez can fly pic.twitter.com/vuu2jvt3ZT
— I.G @TheGreat_Black (@Thegreat_black) October 8, 2017
The headlines could have been “An estimation of ….” ,”Close to …” “Almost ..” because those are probabilities. or “Ampore …” ??
— Bongani S Dhlamini (@BonganiStevenD) October 8, 2017
this seem like the beginning of a really difficult math problem ?
— bobpantsspongesquar (@PrettierThanPls) October 9, 2017