Early Episode! (Episode 12)

HEY HEY WHATAYA SAY ITS TIME FOR LOWEBOYS 2!  SO COME ON AND PLAY WITH YOUR HOST CHRISTIAN! MISS ME?? Well i’m disappointed. When I looked at the views today all I saw Was 0!  AND that should never happen. Thanks a lot. You gave me a lot of courage to keep doing this and nobody’s ever seen IT! (But me) Do think its fair for you too get 100’s of views everyday and I get 0? (Note to self: Maybe nobody wants to see this and its just a waste if time) (Remember if you delete this post it will be gone for good) (For a long time- Minecraft 2012) So you think of that. CHUMS! (No anywaying) So now lets get to beesness. _-~BAM~-_ and eat some BEESWAX! (Ukk) I think i’m gonna BLURG. (What the heck is that) NOW ITS TIME TO SAY GOOD BY SAY GOOD BYE! YES ITS TIME TO SAY SO LONG AND ADIOS TO YOU PEOPLE STARING AT THE SCREEN SO YOU GET MY POINT OF BY DO YA? OK WAIT WAIT WAIT… BY! AND SO LONG TO THE FANS IN DE CLUB! (Still we the heck is that)

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3 thoughts on “Early Episode! (Episode 12)

  1. Josh says:

    Aunt Bridget says beeswax is best used for crafting candles, lip balms or hand lotions; not so yucky that way!

    Peace out cxl,

    Uncle Josh

  2. Susan (aka Nana) says:

    Hey Christian, now that you are on the topic of bees!! here are some interesting bee facts:

    1-•There are three kinds of bees in a hive: Queen, Worker and Drone…ok, so you already knew that!

    2-The queen will lay around 1,500 eggs per day…you know the saying ‘Busy as a bee’!

    3-•Bees have five eyes – two compound eyes and three tiny ocelli eyes…good thing they don’t need glasses!

    4-•Bees are the only insect in the world that make food for humans…pretty remarkable!

    5-•A honeybee can fly 24 km in an hour at a speed of 15 mph. Its wings beat 200 times per second or 12,000 beats per minute…I wonder if their wings wear out?

    Thanks to http://www.ontariobee.com/kidszone for these interesting facts.

    The Ontario Beekeepers’ Association (OBA) was established in 1881. It is one of the oldest established farm organizations in Ontario. It was founded even before the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food. The OBA is incorporated under the Agricultural and Horticultural Organizations Act (1987).

    Talk soon, CXL. Signing out, Nana

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