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  • waffles
  • i loveeee honey. mostly i take it in my tea.
  • I like a peanutbutter and honey sandwich every now and then.
  • on my sundae,,,
  • I like honey! I like honey on my tea and on my tea and on my tea and on my tea!
  • I like honey in my tea or on my oatmeal.
  • On a slice of baked brie.
  • i love honey... i eat it on pancakes, toast, bread and more!!
  • I like honey. I use it in hot tea, on pancakes & waffles and on oatmeal.
  • Oatmeal!!
  • Strawberries and Men.
  • Toast! Honey on toast is just mentalness.
  • On bread and butter with milk/-
  • I love peanut butter and honey on a bagel.:)
  • Cheerios?
  • Not really. But I like syrup.
  • I love a good peanut butter and honey sandwich where the bread gets soaked with honey and turns sugary. Mmmmmm...
  • The bed yo... (Usually;)
  • Yes. On biscuits.
  • I like honey on a lot of things, toast, corn-meal muffins, peanut butter sandwiches, various parts of a woman's anatomy...etc.
  • Oops. Please flag as duplicate.
  • i love honey. I like it on my finger
  • I use it in cooking all the time, both in savory and sweet things. We put it on cereal, oatmeal, cornbread, biscuits, breadsticks, tea, all sorts of things.
  • I like honey in hot tea and on a peanut butter and banana sandwich with a sprinkle of confectioner's sugar and some toasted almonds.
  • I love Honey!!!
  • Any particular reason this word is in quotes? Are you making a metaphor here?
  • I like honey and I like cream, I like to hear her moan and I like to hear her scream. :PPPP
  • I'm not crazy about honey.
  • Yes I love the stuff! Seven years ago I became interested in Bees. In the end I became a registered Aparist "Bee keeper" in NZ! which was a hobby for me. I started out by collecting wild bee swarms, from peoples houses. I would collect them up in a plastic box. I designed and built a vacuum pump which sucked them alive into the box.then I would transfer them into a new hive in my back garden which over looked a large river. I was fascinated that Bees were able to find supplies of nectar, fly back to the hive and then tell the other Bees where to find it! * There are more than 2000 species of bee in the world, but only four of them produce honey. * Bees cruise at about 15 mph but can fly at speeds of up to 20 mph * bees never sleep * When flying, a bee will beat its wings about 180 times per minute * The chemical that makes a bee sting itch is called mellitin * A bee can see 300 frames per second * According to fossil records, bees first appeared on earth about 150 million years ago * Unlike honeybees, bumble bees only produce enough honey to feed their young and so they have no commerial value * The drone (male) bumble bee doesn't have a sting. * Despite their size, bumble bees are far less agressive than honeybees and will usually never attack unless they feel threatened. * Unlike a honeybee, if a bumble bee does use its sting, it won't die or lose the stinger. * Honey bees have hair on their eyes * A full pollen load weighs about 1/6th of the weight of a bee * A full load of nectar weighs about ½ the weight of a bee * The oldest known record of humans interest in honeybees is a drawing on a cave wall in eastern Spain, which is dated to approximately 8,000-11,000 years old. It depicts a man climbing a ladder to collect honey from a nest. Similar drawings have also been found in caves in Zimbabwe and South Africa * Ancient records show that beekeeping originated about 6,000 years ago in both China and Egypt * The pollen baskets on a honey bee are situated on their legs and are called 'corbicula' * Nectar is carried in the crop/honey stomach * The average worker bee will fly approximately 500 miles before it wears out and dies * A queen bee has to eat 80 times her own weight to produce 2,000 eggs per day * A bee will visit 50-100 flowers during one trip * Honey can range in colour from white to gold to dark brown and it usually has a stronger taste when it's colour is darker. * A bee must tap 2 million flowers to make 1lb of honey and would have to fly 55,000 miles to get it * One bee will make 0.8g (1/10 of a teaspoon) of honey during her lifetime * Mead is made from fermented honey * Drambuie is a scotch liquer which is made from honey I think we should get ourselves some honey bee facts, after all so many healing and health-promoting opportunities for the humans begin with this little busy creature. As you read the following 20 statements about honey’s great creator, you will be so intrigued just like me by this teensy-weensy fellow’s extraordinary abilities. 1. The honey bee has been around for 30 million years. 2. It is the only insect that produces food eaten by man. 3. Honey bees are environmentally friendly and are vital as pollinators. 4. They are insects with a scientific name - Apis mellifera. 5. They have 6 legs, 2 eyes, and 2 wings, a nectar pouch, and a stomach. 6. The honeybee's wings stroke 11,400 times per minute, thus making their distinctive buzz. 7. A honey bee can fly for up to six miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour, hence it would have to fly around 90,000 miles - three times around the globe - to make one pound of honey. 8. The average honey bee will actually make only one twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime. 9. It takes about 556 workers to gather 1 pound of honey from about 2 million flowers. 10. It takes one ounce of honey to fuel a bee’s flight around the world. 11. A honey bee visits 50 to 100 flowers during a collection trip. 12. A colony of bees consists of 20,000-60,000 honeybees and one queen. 13. Worker honey bees are female, live 6 to 8 weeks and do all the work. 14. The queen bee lives for about 2-3 years and is the only bee that lays eggs. She is the busiest in the summer months, when the hive needs to be at its maximum strength, and lays up to 2500 eggs per day. 15. The male honey bees are called drones, and they do no work at all, have no stinger, all they do is mating. 16. Each honey bee colony has a unique odour for members’ identification. 17. Only worker bees sting, and only if they feel threatened and they die once they sting. Queens have a stinger, but don’t leave the hive to help defend it. 18. It is estimated that 1100 honey bee stings are required to be fatal. 19. Honey bees communicate with one another by "dancing". 20. During winter, honey bees feed on the honey they collected during the warmer months. They form a tight cluster in their hive to keep the queen and themselves warm.
  • No ... I LOVE honey !!!! :-)
  • Love honey, Honey! lol
  • yes it is sweet and yummy...;)
  • Honey, honey. Honey won't you open that door? This is your sweet Daddy, don't you love me no more? Its cold outside, I'll even sleep on the floor, Honey please open that door!
  • you bet!
  • I love honey on toast
  • Only when it's on her.
  • Honeydew (honey do) this, honeydew (honey do)that. Seriously, I like honey on pancakes.
  • oh yes my kids take it daily.5
  • Yes, I like honey in tea and on toast.
  • I do not
  • A bed of roses !!
  • I do! I like it in my grits, on toast, bread and biscuits, in smoothies, on waffles and pancakes, in cereal, on peanut butter sandwiches and bananas and ice cream! In hot whiskey for a cough suppressant, with lemon and water. Did you know honey is antibiotic? Especially Manuka honey. You can even apply it topically. It also makes a great sex game. You take turns putting it where you want to lick or where you want to be licked!
  • yes but i dont eat it that often

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