There’s a bee over there
A bee over there and I think he’s coming to sting me
There’s a bee over there A bee over there
and I think he’s coming to sting me I could put on a bullet proof vest
I could put on a cool suit of armor I could put on some really cool knee pads
but I don’t think it would work There’s a bee over there
A bee over there
AYE JAYE: This is a wonderful trick for somebody
that I’m just meeting and I want to make a relationship with. Excuse me, come on in.
Your name is Mark. MARK: Yes, thank you. AYE JAYE: I’ve figured that. Okay. MARK: Nice
to meet you. AYE JAYE: Yes. Mark, I want you to meet a friend of mine. I’ve had him for
years. I keep him in a matchbook because he’s so special. Well, she is. MARK: A cockroach?
AYE JAYE: A cockroach. By the way, her name is Cocky and she’s trained. Cocky, turn around.
Good girl. Do it again, honey, turn around. That’s a good girl. There you are. Come on.
There you go. That’s a good girl. Now, she does a lot of things, but one of the things
she does is, again, she’s very friendly. She never leaves my hand. She stays–oh, my gosh!
I’m sorry, she got–nah, I’m just kidding. She’s right here. However… MARK: Does she
play dead? AYE JAYE: She–well, watch this. Cocky, play–oh, she doesn’t want to play
dead. I said play dead. No, she won’t do it. Okay, stay there. Now, what I’m going to do
is I’m going to put her in my hand and, gently, I want you to touch my hand right there. Gently,
gently. That’s too hard. Gently. That’s hard! My goodness gracious, I’m sorry.
Merhaba ben İspanyol Ordusu’ndan Çavuş Danny ve bugün Örümcek Adam’ım! Kasların kocaman oldu. Sadece 2 saniyede dostum. Burnun rahat mı? – Evet. Ama dışarıdan görülemiyorum. Hey Danny nasılsın?
– İyiyim. Ne yapacaksın?
– 400 çocuğu ziyaret edeceğim ve küçük bir gösteri. (Çocuklar bir süperkahraman çağırmaya çalışıyorlar) Şu köşede birşey görüyorum. Oradan ne tırmanıyordu? Ben birşey görmedim. O da neydi öyle? Birleşen güçlerimiz gerçek bir süper kahraman getirdi! Bu gerçekten harika! Herkes podyuma gelsin. Nereye? Podyuma. Burdan. Görebiliyor musun? – Evet Doğrudan podyuma yürümek Şimdi şarkımızı söyleyeceğiz. Sonra da Örümcek Adam ile fotoğraf çektirebilirsiniz. Gerçek süper kahramanlar gibi gitmemizi izle. Orümcek Adam gelip bize katılır. Artık fotoğrafınızı Örümcek Adam ile alabilirsin. Sıcak mı? Gözleri çıkartalım mı?
– Hayır, hayır. Bak şapkasındasın!
[INTRO ♪] Wasps have a pretty nasty reputation. When it comes to protecting their nests, they can be quite aggressive—which isn’t really their fault. They’re just protecting their home and their families. But that’s a whole different thing. See, as mean as these animals might appear, they’re not always in anger mode. In the fall, some species chill out and get together for what could only be called “wasp parties!” And much like our parties, these soirees can provide some fascinating insights into their social lives. People often report seeing large gatherings of paper wasps as summer slides into winter. But these aren’t aggressive swarms. Instead, the wasps just sort of seem to be hanging out. This lesser-known part of the wasps’ life cycle is called pre-hibernation. See, wasp colonies pop up in the spring, each started by one or more females which are called foundresses. By the summer, the colony is full of workers bustling about to take care of the eggs and babies that the foundresses produce. Then, as summer ends, the colony collapses. The sterile workers die. The males mate with the remaining fertile females. And then, the males die, too. And these mated females—all potential queens called gynes—will spend the winter hibernating, waiting to start the whole yearly cycle over again when the flowers bloom. But in some places, temperatures stay warm enough that they still have some time before they have to settle in. So, they gather in groups, especially near
the tops of tall structures. No one’s really sure what it is about tallness that they’re attracted to, but they sure seem to like the roofs of silos or the tips of telephone poles. Sometimes it’s just a handful of wasps;
and sometimes, it’s hundreds. It’s thought that these numbers might help keep them safe from predators and from the coming cold. And for decades, many entomologists assumed these gatherings were pretty boring. But it turns out that much like human parties, there are some fascinating social dynamics going on. With no nests to defend, the wasps are pretty docile—not only toward intruders like us, but also towards each other. They’ll chill alongside individuals from multiple colonies, and sometimes multiple species. And even though they’re all potential queens, a new social hierarchy forms. The wasps have been observed biting, lunging, and mounting each other, though no one gets badly hurt or kicked out of the group. They’re just establishing who’s in charge. Some scientists have even characterized this behavior as playing. Much like puppies or kittens, these wasps may be play fighting, because in this low-stress environment, they can practice the skills they’ll need to establish who’s the boss in the spring. But that’s not to say that there are no stakes in these games. See, the females who lose these competitions act subordinate for the rest of the party, and some even fetch food for the group like workers in colonies usually do! And these social interactions seem to influence who wins in the long run. The lowest ranking wasps rarely survive the winter. And the more dominant a wasp is during pre-hibernation, the more likely she is to become the dominant foundress of a colony in the spring. Entomologists have noted that the highest-ranking wasps at the parties show the traits that identify dominant foundresses, such as larger ovaries and a bigger body size. So, these chill gatherings may actually serve as early testing grounds where the wasps practice the social hierarchy that will benefit them later. Far from being a boring time when the wasps are just waiting around, it may be that pre-hibernation is an essential step in preparing future foundresses for spring. So if you come across a swarm of laid-back wasps this fall, don’t be a buzzkill. Leave them alone so they can ring in the winter their way. Thanks for watching! If you want to learn more about wasps and why they’re actually really awesome, you should check out our video on what would happen if we killed them all. And don’t forget to subscribe! [OUTRO ♪]
(disco music) ♪ ♪ WITH THIS,
I CAN LISTEN IN ON THAT ANT’S EVERY MOVE. THAT WAY,
I CAN FIGURE OUT
THE BEST WAY TO CATCH HIM. YEAH, I THINK YOU
RIGHT ABOUT THAT. UH-HUH. YEAH. IT’S HIM. HEY, AND THANKS FOR THE INVITE TO THE PARTY
LAST NIGHT. IT WAS A BLAST! YOU KNOW ME.
I NEVER SAY NO TO A PARTY. WHAT’S THIS?
HE NEVER SAYS
NO TO A PARTY? WAIT!
I JUST HAD AN
ABSOLUTELY PERFECT IDEA ON HOW
TO CATCH THAT ANT. OH, REALLY?
WHAT WOULD THAT BE? WELL, THE FIRST THING IS… HEY, WAIT A MINUTE. GET OFF MY COCONUT,
YOU CRAZY ANT. OH, COME ON, MAN.
GIVE IT UP.
WHAT’S THE PLAN? I SAID HANG UP! WELL, OKAY. BUT THERE’S ONLY ONE WAY
TO HANG UP A COCONUT. (explosion) HEY, MAN!
WHAT’S UP? YEAH, I’M JUST CHILLIN’. BY THE WAY,
OUTSIDE YOUR ANTHILL, THERE’S AN INVITATION
TO A REALLY COOL PARTY. LATER, DUDE! OH, BROTHER. COME CELEBRATE
THE AARDVARK’S BIRTHDAY, A HAPPY TIME
FOR ONE AND ALL, CASUAL DRESS,
EASILY DIGESTIBLE. AH!
A PARTY FOR AARDVARKY, HUH? WHY DO I GET THE FEELING
I’LL BE THE ONLY GUEST AND THE APPETIZER? I COULD JUST HEAR HIM NOW. (imitating Aardvark)
HEY, ANT. YOU KNOW, YOU’RE THE ONLY PERSON
I NEED. SOUP’S ON. YOU KNOW,
IT’S NOT THE KIND OF
PARTY I USUALLY GO TO. BUT I THINK I KNOW OF A WAY
TO MAKE IT MY KIND OF PARTY. I CAN’T WAIT
FOR MY PARTY
SNACK TO ARRIVE. HEE-HEE. HE’LL BE THE BEST
AND THE TASTIEST PRESENT
I’VE EVER GIVEN MYSELF. PAR-TY. PAR-TY. PAR-TY. (doorbell) TAKE YOUR TIME, AARDVARK. EASY NOW. YOU DON’T WANT
TO SCARE HIM OFF. OH, HEY, WHAT’S UP? I WASN’T EXPECTING
ANYONE SO EARLY. YOU’RE THE FIRST ONE HERE. WELL,
IF YOU NOT READY,
I CAN COME BACK LATER. NO! YOU’LL GET AWAY! I MEAN, PLEASE COME INSIDE. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BIG GUY. YOU KNOW,
THIS IS VERY NICE OF YOU, BUT IT WON’T SAVE YOU
FROM MY FANTASTIC TRAP, BECAUSE… HERE COMES THE LINE. YOU ARE THE
ONLY PRESENT I NEED. SOUP’S ON. (doorbell rings) HOLD THAT THOUGHT. I’M HOLDING. TOO CUTE TEDDY?
WHAT THE– (chuckles)
I’M HERE FOR YOUR
BIRTHDAY PARTY, SILLY. HERE’S YOUR PRESENT. WHO INVITED YOU? HE INVITED ME. (doorbell rings) COO-COO CROC? I LOVE A PARTY!
WOO-HOO! YEAH, THANKS, ANT. SO YOU INVITED HIM TOO? VERY CLEVER, ANT. BUT IT’S GONNA TAKE
MORE THAN A CROCODILE AND RAINBOW-HUGGING BEAR
TO FOIL MY PLAN. (doorbell rings) YEAH, HAPPY BIRTHDAY. (doorbell rings) UH, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AARDVARK. (doorbell rings) ♪ HAPPY BIRTHDAY ♪ (doorbell rings) OOH!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY. HEY, PAL, HAPPY BIRTHDAY. (grunts) GULPY GOAT. (sighs)
COME ON IN. (upbeat music) ♪ ♪ THE LAST THING
I WANTED AT MY
PARTY WAS A PARTY. THERE’S SO MUCH
TO CHOOSE FROM.
MMM! MMM! MMM! OOH, LOOK, LOOK! LOOK AT THAT LITTLE SLICE
OF HEAVEN OVER THERE. SHOULD I EAT THIS CAKE… OR SHOULD I EAT THIS CAKE? UH… OH… I’LL SKIP IT. AND I KEPT SWIRLING AROUND– (crash) (muffled) WOO-HOO! YEAH! ♪ ♪ OH, FOR A CREEPY GUY,
YOU SURE KNOW HOW TO
THROW A GREAT PARTY. LOOK AT MOCKINGBIRD MIKE.
HE’S CRACKING EVERYBODY UP. COME ON, MIKE!
DO COO-COO CROC AGAIN. (imitating Coo-Coo Croc)
I LOVE A PARTY! WOO-HOO! (laughter) OH, THAT SOUNDED
JUST LIKE ME. YOU KNOW I LOVE TO PARTY. HEY, HEY,
WHAT ELSE YOU GOT, MICKEY? (imitating) WHAT ELSE
YOU GOT, MICKEY? HEY, THAT’S NOT FUNNY. I MEAN, I DON’T
SOUND LIKE THAT. (imitating)
HEY, THAT’S NOT FUNNY.
I DON’T SOUND LIKE THAT. (laughter) HEY, I SAID STOP IT. (imitating)
HEY, I SAID STOP IT. WHY YOU LITTLE– (trumpets) (grunts) UH-OH. (rumbling crash) THIS WAS
A GREAT PARTY, MAN.
THANKS FOR THE INVITE. HEY, HEY, HEY,
WHAT DO YOU SAY WE
DO THIS EVERY WEEKEND? YOU KNOW WHAT I SAY? NO. (quirky music) ♪ ♪ (watch ticking) (bell rings) FORE! (chuckles) HUH? AH! (gasps) MWAH. (angry mumbling) (grunts) (chuckles) YEAH. (affirmative grunt) (keypad tones) (satellite beeps) (mechanical whirring) (nervous groans) AH! (angry grunting) AH! (indistinct stammering) (growls) (grunts) HMM. (groans) (chuckles) HMM. (nervous stammering) AH! (grunts) (chuckles) (electronic beeping) (screaming) HUH? (gasps and whistles) (chuckles) (electronic beeping) (chuckles) (laughs) (frog ribbits) (gasps) (gulps) (laughs) MMM. (raspberries) (screams) (growls) (sobbing) (laughs) (chuckles) (screams) (screams) (grunts) (laughs) (humming) (sinister laugh) (chuckles) (nervous stammering) (gasps) (growls) (screaming) (laughing) (gasps) (screaming) (screams) (gasps) (screaming) (grunts)
I’m so done with you,
dude. Get that shit
out of here. I’m Diana Terranova,
and I’m here to lead you through your facial
experience today. What’s my name?
-What’s my name? -Diana.
-Diana. -I said, “What’s my name?”
-Ow, what the fuck? What’s my name? I didn’t know I signed up
for this shit. Diana, Diana, is —
Your name is Diana. I’m so sorry. You guys, I’m so sorry.
I forgot to tell you. When you slap somebody, it increases the blood
flow to their skin. Oh. I have some rules.
-Mm-hmm. We’re gonna keep it still,
so no flailing about ’cause you don’t want to squish
any of these beauties. Ohhh. Oh, my God.
Oh, oh. I think you should
close your eyes. -Okay.
-And there. Ohh.
This will help you
to be one with the snails. Okay.
Snail facials are so popular
all over Asia… -Ew.
-…and the truth is that mucus from snails
contains glycoprotein. Oh, God. They charge up to $200 for these
cute little guys’ face cream. It’s amazing.
-That is amazing. -What?
-Mm, my lip. -What?
-My lip. I don’t know where the one
that was on my face went. Shh,
he wants you to be silent. Please don’t put it
on my mouth. -Silence.
-Okay. So we need to take it up
to the next level. -Ah.
-Are you kidding? -Yes.
-Ah, shit. -Why are you laughing?
-I’m not. These beautiful creatures
are whiptail scorpions, to stimulate your essence.
-Oh. I don’t know
if I can do it. I’m very ticklish. I don’t want to jump up,
and this tickles. This is there.
I’m about to jump up
if he get in the armpit. I’m gonna jump up. I don’t want to jump up
and kill nobody. No, if he goes in the armpit,
he gonna tickle me. -Mm.
-I’m about to fucking jump up. -Get them off —
-You’re gonna what? -I —
-No, you’re not. -Okay, you’re right.
-No, you’re not. You’re right.
I’m not gonna do anything.
You’re not keeping it together. -Ah!
-I’m so confused. I don’t know what to do. It’s okay. Ah.
Ah, no. Ah, oh, God.
Oh, God. Ah!
-I feel okay. -Geez.
-See, it’s working. Oh, no.
What are you doing? You like that? Good job, keep going. No, please, stop.
I can’t move. I’m gonna eat that box
like it’s shrimp. Gentlemen, with the walk
of the beautiful orb-weaver… Long as
you don’t put it on me. …I’m gonna join all seven
of your chakras together. Okay? Yes.
-I don’t — oh. -Yes.
-Ah. It’s a spider. Join all seven of your chakras
-Oh, yeah. -Ah!
-Bring them on. -There you go.
-Ah! Why don’t you put it
on the nipple? Here we go, yes,
on your way. Oh, my God. I’m getting eaten alive. They’re making webs. They all love you. It’s in my armpit. -Yay.
-Ah! But after this,
I very much hope that your seven chakras
will have been cleansed. See,
now we’re all joined. We’re all part
of one big web. [ Laughs ] I can’t
not laugh at that. -We are now one.