By bsaucedo - United States
Today, I was at the Wild Animal Park. There were bees everywhere. One brave bee, thinking he was Mr. Macho, flew right down my tank top in between my boobs. I freaked the hell out and ended up screaming and pulling down my shirt to get the bee out. I flashed about 10 kids and their families. FML
bsaucedo tells us more :
who says my tank top was low cut and my cleavage was showing ? my shirt doesnt need to be low cut for a bee to fly in. so you deserve to be run over :)
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  b0rnxfam0us  |  0

I'm pretty sure she didn't know if the bee was male or female; "Mr. Macho" doesn't really clarify. I highly doubt she checked the bee for gender. And it's still an insect down your shirt and moving around and flashing random people which would be an FML for me.

  whatever2468  |  0

ninaaftermath: You deserve to be thrown naked into the middle of the streets and have rocks and rotten vegetables thrown at you, you stupid, useless troll. GOD I'm sick of you, and I'm guessing everyone else is as well.

  Dalarsco  |  0

Number 18, you're an idiot. Any bee outside the nest is female, but not everyone knows this. She anthropomorphized it as male. Get over it.
Back to the OP, don't feel bad. When it comes to flashing people or getting a bee sting it's OK to take the flashing.


Doubt her tittys are nice, they are probably small other wise the OP would have worn a bra and then it's not an FML. If they are then it's not like those kids will never watch porn when they are older. I say f the bee's life, it was probably as freaked out as you were, just looking like less of an idiot.

  OfficerNelson  |  0

WAP's a hellhole for yellow jackets. I've been there once, and not only is it a fucking bitch to navigate, it's absolutely chock-full of 'em, especially around the restaurants. (We sat down at the table and by the time we left, I had taken 2 bites of a hot dog and 1 chip - we had a total of 6 yellow jackets land on our food and fly into our cups. We just had to pack everything into a bag and eat it on the go.)

I recommend the SDZ instead. No bees in sight and the animals are much more interesting.