Hey, Bees Producing Blue Honey: Here Are 5 Other Places You Should Steal Sugar From

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Whatever. We'd eat some bloney.
Some bees in France are producing blue honey, and the bee people have traced the source of the Smurfness to a nearby biogas plant that processes waste from an M&M factory. The bees are producing blue and green honey because they're picking up the bright-colored, sugary waste.

I believe it's called the "Toddlers Downing An Entire Blue Birthday Cake" Syndrome. Symptoms include bouncing off of walls followed by crankiness, and technicolor poops. And in this case, some Blue Man Group honey.

My favorite part of the Time magazine NewsFeed article is that you get to read the words "M&M-tainted."

While Alain Frieh, president of the apiculturists' union, says, "For me, it's not honey ... It's not sellable, " we completely disagree. In fact, we'd like to suggest some other places that bees should steal sugar from, so that their honey is flavor-blasted.

1) Doritos Honey

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Nobody doesn't want squeeze bottle Doritos.

2) Honey Boo Boo Honey

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Honey Boo Boo Honey: It's a super sweet guilty pleasure. It's like staring at the sun-- you know it's bad for you, but you can't stop doing it because you love the way the sun says, "Gurrrrrrrl."

3) Beer Honey

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It's harder to chug beer honey, but it's more delicious on an anything than regular honey.

4) PBS Honey

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It'd be like Smart Water, only more delicious and educational. Get your recommended daily chug of Organic PBS Honey.

5) Aaron Franklin Honey

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Go be near Aaron Franklin, bees. He makes the shit out of some brisket. We know he'd make the shit out of some honey, too. Git it, Bees.

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I remember drinking a whole 2L of Fanta Grape one night. I produced green "honey" the next morning.


Where is the taint located on an M&M?

TheCredibleHulk topcommenter

I recall reading an article once-upon-a-time that documented an apiary near a major-league baseball stadium. It seems that it was producing  honey with a very dark brown hue and distinctly cola-like flavor that was attributed to the bees apparent appetite for the leftover HFCS in discarded concession cups in and around the ballpark.  

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