Remarkable stuff. Clearly not true and people looking for likes, but on the very unlikely occasion that truth does in fact prevail, then I despair for humanity. Why would Spongebob’s parents be cookies? He’s a sponge.
It seems people will believe anything, and that’s apparent now more than ever, as one particular woman genuinely nearly came to (virtual) blows with a honey salesperson after stubbornly insisting that honey is made from crushed and cooked bees.
In the midlands of England, someone was selling raw honeycomb online. Someone got in touch with the seller to enquire about the state of the honeycomb, and that’s when things got weird.
The mind boggles.
At what point in your life do you pick that little fact up? Seriously.
I’ll admit, I don’t know what “raw” honeycomb is since I thought it was all raw, but I’m definitely not so sure of myself that I’d try to correct a purveyor of honey that I’m right.
Bonnie, man, Jesus. How?
That’s honey vendor has the patience of a saint.
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