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    Default Skull Hive

    Okay, didn't try to be as fancy as the others, and it kind of shows, but oh well.

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    is that the tardis?

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    Like it!
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    Default Re: Skull Hive

    using the Tardis prevents swarming... bigger on the inside

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeDatc View Post
    using the Tardis prevents swarming... bigger on the inside
    That shouldn't make sense to me, but it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crsswift70 View Post
    That shouldn't make sense to me, but it does.
    of course
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY_Ry8J_jdw

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    Well played. Well played!

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    Too bad you can't use a sonic screwdriver in lieu of a smoker

    The skull hive IS rather cool, but the TARDIS hive is in an entirely different league!
    2013, 7 hives, T

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    Looks cool! Hope it's not bad luck. I use playing cards to identify my hives; two years in a row, the hives I stapled the ace of spades to died. Not using that card anymore.

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    Love the skull!

    While not a Doctor Who fan, I can appreciate the adaptation. Nice work.

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    those are both awesome
    As for me, all I know is that I know nothing...
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    That Tardis is cool. It is going to be difficult to beat that masterpiece.
    “Why do we fall, sir? So that we might learn to pick ourselves up” Alfred Pennyworth Batman Begins (2005)

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    Awesome! Your bees won't have any trouble recognizing their home, that's for sure.

    Love the Tardis, BTW.
    Don't provoke a hive full of angry bees.

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