im reading stuff about bees and god they are literally describing larries, “One of the strongest attributes they possess is loyalty. The bee is very loyal to the hive and to the queen. It shows honor, duty, and consistency in performing their tasks. They travel around to pollinate the flowers, then go back to the hive. Once done, they will go back out to do it again. They are a symbol of unity and family. Once you understand how loyal they are, you will have a new respect for their species. - This insect is a perfect example of a structured life. The hard work that they exhibit can’t be unnoticed. They symbolize hard work and sacrifice. If it wasn’t for this hard work and dedication, many of the flowers and crops of today wouldn’t even exist. That is how important they are to us. - Protection and defense are a few other symbols that they represent. They are usually not aggressive insects and in most cases, if you don’t bother them, they won’t bother you. They are not like wasp or hornets. However, when it comes to them, the hive, or the queen, all bets are off. They will protect themselves, the queen, and the hive at all cost. If it involves them losing their own life, so be it. They are the ultimate symbol of sacrifice and protection in such cases.” im actually dying we are literally a army of bees and louis and harry are our “queen”.
congrats on ur fun experience of the tumblr genius brigade turning up to demonstrate exactly ur point with the drilled precision of the horse-guards marching single file into a manhole cover one after the other
A/N: hihi guysssssss i just found this old draft i did about a year ago???? idk but it was there and i found the storyline pretty interesting so i tidied it up a little bit and bOOM now it’s here enjoyyyyy ALSO PS i didn’t set a fixed member in this bc i want the reader to choose their own character, if that makes sense!! anyway enough of my ramblings, ENJOYYYYY
‘When mantises are afraid of something, they raise their arms and spread their wings. It’s their normal defensive behaviour. To take the picture I attempted to touch them and this is how they reacted, opening their wings. They look like smiling ballet dancers.’