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  1. In your face
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    20 Jun '14 18:04
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
  2. old pueblo
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    20 Jun '14 18:37
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    How long have you lived there? Maybe they came with the place!
  3. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    20 Jun '14 18:57
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    One of them has a key.
  4. Standard memberSeitse
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    20 Jun '14 19:01
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    The bumble bees are not what they seem.
  5. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    20 Jun '14 19:59
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    They hide in your bonnet.
  6. In your face
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    21 Jun '14 09:59
    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    There is another flat above me so not in the roof. This ahppened last summer too so not sre what is occuring.
  7. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    21 Jun '14 12:00
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    I had the same problem with women........................
  8. Subscribermoonbus
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    22 Jun '14 19:22
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    Musta had a pass key made out of wax...
  9. Standard memberredbadger
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    22 Jun '14 19:24
    Originally posted by moonbus
    Musta had a pass key made out of wax...
    let it bee
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    22 Jun '14 19:35
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    There is another flat above me so not in the roof. This ahppened last summer too so not sre what is occuring.
    Clearly they're laying somewhere, maybe a gap between the two flats or in a vent or something.
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    22 Jun '14 19:36
    Oh, and HAHAHAHAHAAH!!! @ England 😉
  12. In your face
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    23 Jun '14 18:09
    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    Definitely bumble bees. Big dobbers.
  13. In your face
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    23 Jun '14 18:111 edit
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Oh, and HAHAHAHAHAAH!!! @ England 😉
    That's quite alright. I'm not quite as 'broken' as Gerrard is 😛

    Edit: Sits up straight, dusts oneself down, stiff upper lip old boy!
  14. Standard memberlemon lime
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    24 Jun '14 00:411 edit
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    So, how do I keep getting tham in my flat? I don't have any windows open and I haven't answered the door to any. How on Earth do they get in?
    Try using orthoboric acid... it's an undetectable form of boric acid. Insects will go out of their way to avoid boric acid unless you are able to mask its odor. It's used to kill ants and cockroaches, and only a handful of bees would need to be exposed to it for the chemical to reach the queen.

    I've never used it to kill a bees nest because it takes at least a week to do the job... in the meantime the little buggers might act like they've lost their little minds, running around in circles and not acting at all like they usually do. So if you don't mind experimenting to see what murderous crazy-ass bees act like for the better part of a week, that just might be your best bet.

    I don't know what the little buggers might do to you and your neighbors before they all kick the bucket, but I guarantee it will do the job... eventually. Like I said I've never tried it on a bees nest, so I have no idea what (if any) unintended consequences there may be.
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    24 Jun '14 02:00
    Originally posted by Seitse
    The bumble bees are not what they seem.
    They are like women...you don't want to pi$$ them off or they'll "sting" ya.
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