Jamie Grainger, a 27-year-old beekeeper from New Zealand, is already used to working with the stinging, buzzing insects. So when his friend Aurel placed a bet of $1,000 NZ dollars (around $650 USD) asking him to sit on a beehive without his pants on for 30 seconds, Grainger was confident that it’s a piece of cake.
Being a professional beekeeper for a company means the guys are used to getting stung. The little guys sting every day, according to Aurel. He described that it’s painful and there’s no getting used to the pain, despite many years in the business. It’s just a matter of expecting the sensation to come.
Jamie's friend, Aurel, is known to make spur-of-the-moment bets.
Jamie was asked to sit on bees for 30 secs and he'll get $1,000 NZ in return.
Aurel had made an offer to another colleague, Shane, prior to Jamie. He had asked Shane to sit on bees for a minute but he only lasted for 19 seconds. So, he then made a new offer to Jamie, with shortened time.
You can say that the guys at the beekeeping company are crazy because sitting on bees was not the only challenge they’ve done. Aurel is known to make weird offers to his friends and his friends would also do the same thing.
One time, they’d challenged each other to eat slugs, pig’s testicles and even a freshly-caught fish’s eyes. Some over-the-top bets were also placed – like eating a dead rat, which nobody was willing to do.
Bees normally die after they sting.
As for the bee sting challenge, some people saw it as cruelty to the insects since bees naturally die when they sting. But as Jamie told Metro, they care about bees and there’s no harm in what they do since it’s the end of bee season and many die off anyway.
And did Jamie win the bet?
Watch the crazy bee sting challenge below.
Apparently, Jamie did and when he told Lauren, his partner, about it, they laughed about the matter. She also joked that the money could be used to pay for their wedding.
Would you do the same for $650 dollars?
Florida Woman Gets Hailed As Hero After Beating The Crap Out of a Racist White Woman
This viral video shows one badass Florida woman teaching a racist white woman a lesson she’ll never forget!
Nobody likes racists and so it’s always a good thing when somebody stands up to them and teaches them a lesson. Case in point, one badass woman from Florida recently had enough after hearing a racist white woman’s scathing remarks against Haitians at a hotel lobby.
The video of the said encounter eventually went viral on social media as the racist woman, who was wearing a blue dress, had her butt handed to her, MMA-style, by the furious Florida woman.
Racist white woman gets taught a harsh lesson she will not forget anytime soon!
2-Year-Old Girl Who Can Barely Walk with 6.6-Lb Arm Is Shunned for Fear She’s Contagious
The growth is nearly double her bodyweight and the toddler can hardly stand or even run.
All children deserve unconditional love and acceptance. Sadly, this ideal isn’t happening all around the world. Babies who turn out different from others are reviled, mistreated, and subject to some of the most horrible treatment in society.
Take the case of a two-year-old girl in Bangladesh named Shakiba. Shakiba had the misfortune to have been born with a tiny lump under her right arm that grew into a gigantic lump.
The lump soon spread throughout her hand and chest.
Unicorn Armpit Hair Is One Of The Craziest Social Media Trends There Is
Apparently, it’s cool to rock colorful pits.
Do you prefer to have your armpits shaved or “natural”? For many women, having a hairy armpit seems to be a strange idea. But for others, growing their armpit hair is fine, ideal even. Some women even use their armpit hair as a symbol of feminism or “girl power.”
Indeed, it has become more common now to see women, including famous celebrities, rocking hairy armpits. But what is not so common is this: colorful armpit hair. Yes, it’s a thing. In recent months, this trend of what people call “unicorn armpit hair” has taken social media by storm.
This trend became popular particularly during the Pride month when a St. Louis-based hairstylist and colorist, Caitlin Ford, shared photos of her dye job on a client's pits. She aptly called her work, "Rainbow Pits." ...