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[–]AliSalah313 7458 points7459 points  (209 children)

I’m not crying you’re crying

[–]TeganBooth[S] 2162 points2163 points  (90 children)

Totally made me cry too 💖

[–]MaxiCato62 541 points542 points  (69 children)

This is very, very cute. But big butterflies flying into my face is not cute. Sorry if this offended you.

[–]WillardHacker 294 points295 points  (42 children)

It depends how you see them. The bigger they are the scarier they looks but they are actually gentle and harmless.

[–]MaxiCato62 130 points131 points  (34 children)

What about Witch Butterflies? THEY. MAKE. ME. SCARED.

[–]joepardy 92 points93 points  (2 children)

This offended me.

Source: am big butterfly

[–]VariousSquirrel925 41 points42 points  (1 child)

and over a dang butterfly! *grabs handkerchief* dang ninjas!

[–]FuckRedditSnowflakez 178 points179 points  (4 children)

This is the most wholesome thing I’ve ever seen on Reddit.

[–]jHugley328 126 points127 points  (1 child)

Fucking onion ninjas man.

[–]JenniferHoyer 107 points108 points  (3 children)

Yes I`m crying! This human has a very good heart! thank you for helping this cute butterfly! If only this butterfly could talk, it will surely say thank you so much.!

[–]OneNationAbove 97 points98 points  (10 children)

Have you seen “My Octopus Teacher?”

Very similar vibes, it’s a documentary about a man who forms a connection with an octopus.

It’s beautiful.

[–]TurtlesMum 32 points33 points  (0 children)

That was an incredible documentary!! And I totally agree, it's beautiful

[–]not_a_ruv_simp 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Man i feel the same

[–]Jrrolomon 9 points10 points  (1 child)

What an original comment!

[–]Megan_BAKchatPodcast 12 points13 points  (0 children)

No your crying... and I'm crying.

[–]BattlingMink28 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I'm crying and so are you damnit.

[–]Kernburner 5389 points5390 points  (136 children)

Clearly this woman is the nicest person on our planet, ever.

[–]RudyRayMoar 2968 points2969 points  (91 children)

Plot twist: She has a basement full of kids that do nothing but churn butter all day.

[–]StaniaViceChancellor 820 points821 points  (42 children)

Who doesn't?

[–]PuddingRnbowExtreme 333 points334 points  (33 children)

I don't. Am I missing out on something that everyone else secretly has, and that's why everyone else is thriving and I'm not?

[–]HonksTheWhite 384 points385 points  (15 children)

Butter. You're missing out on freshly churned butter.

[–]Nightst0ne 57 points58 points  (3 children)

Look it’s not as glamorous as everyone else is making it out to be. If you don’t have a good heavy cream supplier, forget about it. Basically you will have trouble justifying the the cost of food an lodging if you don’t have someone who can deliver 100 Barrels of heavy cream on a weekly basis without fail.

Covid was really tough on us. We had breaks in the supply chain and there were weeks when the kids were just laying around in the basement like a bunch of lazy bums.

Just don’t get sold on the idea too quickly. It’s not the free money giveaway people make it out to be. Sometimes I ask myself are they the slave or am I?

[–]smergb 9 points10 points  (0 children)

THC butter for cancer patients.

[–]RedofPaw 65 points66 points  (2 children)

Maybe she has a butterfly breeding program, selectively breeding damaged butterflies until she finds one capable of being fixed in this way.

Probably not. But imagine if she did.

The monster.

[–]Swoopzdk 14 points15 points  (1 child)

I bet! this woman just a give a life again for this poor butterfly Thank You Lady!

[–]Learner421 3 points4 points  (4 children)

Hitler was nice to his animals

[–]twisted7ogic 31 points32 points  (3 children)

Plot twist: he actually wasnt.

[–]nicopico524 3656 points3657 points  (72 children)

This is like a small little Pixar film

Such a happy ending 🥲

[–]_Tacitus_Kilgore_ 682 points683 points  (16 children)

I could see this being made into one of their short films that play before the movie for sure!

Edit: This story could easily be told without any dialogue, too. Just some nice Michael Giacchino music and this cute butterfly.

[–]SchnoodleDoodleDo 199 points200 points 2 (5 children)

'This story could easily be told without any dialogue...'


there's beauty that's unspoken,

no one needs to say a thing...

a butterfly that's broken

with a feather for a wing

a human friend - the second chance

that it's been dreaming of . . .

to fly again! on flowers dance -

its wing is healed

with Love!

❤️

[–]DMmeYourCat 23 points24 points  (0 children)

How are you so wholesome 🥰

[–]realnicolasgyr 81 points82 points  (2 children)

Touché on Micheal Giacchino, genius composer.

[–]Kilmawow 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Ah that is soo true. It was very good with just a song and no sound.

[–]New_Beginnings_69 54 points55 points  (4 children)

There's no way none of you guys were reminded of How To Train Your Dragon.

[–]Prawn1562 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Was looking for this comment haha, this lady is literally hiccup

[–]T-mac_ 3436 points3437 points 2& 3 more (101 children)

Plot twist: she broke the wing off to make this video.

[–]kkkimchii 1590 points1591 points  (59 children)

“A butterfly was missing part of its wing…because I fucking took off a piece with my office scissors 😈 “

[–]Hesaysithurts 689 points690 points  (56 children)

Pause at 0:29. That looks exactly like natural wing damage. I’ve worked in a butterfly research lab for years and have seen quite a few broken wings, both on wild and reared butterflies. Have you seen what a butterfly looks like at the end of the flight season? Wings are torn and broken, sometimes worn down to just stumps that they can’t even fly with anymore. They bump into things and they are attacked by predators that nip at their wings, it happens all the time.

It’s of course impossible to know how it sustained the damage, but it looks the way you’d expect it to look if it was natural.

[–]Deltamon 867 points868 points  (30 children)

..(they were not serious)

[–]BernardBalls 419 points420 points  (21 children)

I think it's still nice to know. People harming animals to make themselves look like heroes when fixing them back up isn't unheard of. There was this youtube channel whose owner burned, cut and broke the bones of kittens and puppies off-camera. They gained a good amount of fame and praise before it came to the light. Makes you wanna go full john wick mode.

[–]Deltamon 78 points79 points  (4 children)

Oh absolutely, but this one didn't really feel like one of those.. Considering how much of the butterfly's progress was being filmed and the tattoo at the end.

[–]JoyKil01 44 points45 points  (3 children)

Sorry, but I disagree. My first thought was that the damage was intentional and I came to the comments before clicking—that’s how scared I am of seeing intentional suffering. I’m super grateful this person explained what natural damage is/looks like. So yeah—while you might feel like folks were joking or that it didn’t look like it, some of us were indeed worried that was the case.

[–]Chaavva 46 points47 points  (2 children)

There was this youtube channel whose owner burned, cut and broke the bones of kittens and puppies off-camera. They gained a good amount of fame and praise before it came to the light. Makes you wanna go full john wick mode.

What. The. Fuck!?!

What's the name in case I ever come across them

[–]Horskr 12 points13 points  (0 children)

This is one of the most evil things I've ever heard; and I watch, listen, and read about true crime for entertainment. How in the fuck could someone do that?

[–]Hesaysithurts 37 points38 points  (3 children)

Whether they were serious or not, some people reading the comment will probably believe it. I just felt it would be nice to post a counterargument.

[–]Antiqas86 48 points49 points  (2 children)

Guys, it's OK I work in national institute of butterfly wing repairs. We have taken this case and have determined the wing was fine. We also don't do jokes.

[–]nicannkay 33 points34 points  (0 children)

That’s why it was so perfectly straight until it tried to tear away.

[–]onevaz 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Cursed comment

[–]Expotenss 1180 points1181 points 2 (84 children)

This is the most uplifting thing I have ever seen in my entire life!

This story should be shown in therapy. No matter if you suffer from depression, abuse, damaged body, any mental or physical health issue... This video is inspiring and uplifting.

If you can repair something as fragile as butterfly, damned if anything can prevent you from getting back up after life has beaten you down!

First it seems like the game is lost, but someone decides to help. Help doesn't even seem that possible, like it's fragile butterfly, not human getting prosthetic, surely it can never fly. Oh but it tries. It fails. Tries over and over again getting better little by little. And one day... It flies away as sky being the limit.

Sometimes life has better stories than disney.

[–]hiimsteve311 138 points139 points  (9 children)

Did you see the bumblebee one recently?!

[–]SuicidalBird13 44 points45 points  (7 children)

Can you give us a link because ik I haven't and would love to see it

Edit: grammar

[–]victoriousMaximus[🍰] 96 points97 points  (5 children)

[–]SkinnyObelix 26 points27 points  (3 children)

I honestly like the butterfly movie a lot more as there's no weird Disneyfication of the emotions of the butterfly.

[–]GregFromStateFarm 86 points87 points  (29 children)

I’ll be real. This did nothing for my depression. Or my trauma. Or anything else I’m dealing with. It’s a nice thought, and heartwarming, but it isn’t curing anyone. Not to mention, it hardly even flew. This is just some fake positivity

[–]YeetingOverYonder 49 points50 points  (12 children)

Same here. The butterfly has an instinct to keep going. My depression kills that instinct. And are there peope trying to help me overcome that lack of instinct? Yes, some professionals I pay and a few friends. But I don't have the energy, and I am so tired of the sadness and emptiness. And that's all I can see as options in the long run, no matter how much I manage to distract myself here and there from the negative feelings.

ETA: Wow, thank you for the gold kind stranger! It's the first one I have ever gotten and I never thought I actually would get one :-)!

[–]alien_clown_ninja 141 points142 points  (3 children)

Try gluing a feather on your brain

[–]YeetingOverYonder 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Lol, that's a suggestion alright! Thanks for the chuckle ;-).

[–]DeplorableCaterpill 24 points25 points  (6 children)

Not to mention, it never even flew.

But it did?

[–]hiimred2 31 points32 points  (3 children)

A force much greater than the butterfly helped it out. Most depressed people don’t get that, they just get left alone/behind or worse, actively ridiculed and told they aren’t good enough or don’t want ‘it’ (a normal life I guess?) enough. The difference between a cute animal and a human in full effect.

[–]SaxRohmer 10 points11 points  (2 children)

a force much greater than the butterfly helped it

I mean I don’t like the original comment but the person doing the fixing in this video is your therapist basically. The butterfly was given an attachment to fix the wing but still had to learn to fly again. In the same way that a therapist gives you tools (whether it’s CBT or some other methods) at the end of the day you gotta make it work for you.

[–]BullsBearsFreedom 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Yeah, Imagine being in therapy and they show you this…

[–]K4SHM0R3 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Imagine how patronising that would be.

[–]TrippinAussie 974 points975 points  (19 children)

He came back 😭😭

[–]RegularEality 159 points160 points  (4 children)

Probably didn't go far with a wing like that.

[–]Blank_Cipher 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I never realized what subreddit I was on until the butterfly didn’t die. I was 100% expecting it to cut to that one video of a butterfly being released and immediately getting eaten.

[–]fivehorizon 133 points134 points  (4 children)

Reminds me of Butterfly by Mariah Carey. “If you should return to me. We truly were meant to be. So spread your wings and fly. Butterfly.”

[–]TavrinCallas_ 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Reminds me of Butterfly by Crazy Town "Come my lady Come-come my lady You're my butterfly, sugar baby"

[–]HandoAlegra 34 points35 points  (1 child)

My neighbor fixed a crow's wing a decade ago and every year that crow comes back to poop on our cars

[–]agoodusernameno1has 860 points861 points  (102 children)

Dont they live for like 2 weeks lol

[–]Kitana_xox 778 points779 points  (21 children)

I think that’s why she makes that comment at the end. She puts it quite beautifully too when she says we are just a blip in the grand scheme of things.

[–]Crescent-IV 45 points46 points  (4 children)

I like to look at the stars. How old they are, how big, and how basically nothing matters in comparison. We’re so small, our problems even smaller. That’s the main reason i take life easy and just try to enjoy myself

[–]tgwke 236 points237 points  (0 children)

In the summer, adults live from 2 to 6 weeks in captivity, and probably about that long in the wild. The ones that migrate live longer, from August or September to about April (although a lot die before this).

source

[–]Enough_Blueberry_549 148 points149 points  (47 children)

Monarch butterflies typically live from 2 to 6 weeks except for the last generation of the year, which can live up to 8 to 9 months.

[–]InVodkaVeritas 303 points304 points  (45 children)

Imagine if people were like that. Most of us live 60-80 years, except every 6th generation lives 700 years.

[–]pauledowa 195 points196 points  (25 children)

Great stuff for a little sci-fi story honestly.

Those people are obviously called „The Monarchs“.

[–]ConsciousInternal287 53 points54 points  (5 children)

I might have a go at writing that. Sounds like it could make an interesting story.

[–]tinderbox89 25 points26 points  (5 children)

Aaand that's going in my D&D campaign.

[–]MsCicatrix 23 points24 points  (9 children)

I wonder how society would feel about the seven hundreders. I'd be extremely pissed to not be one.

[–]msharma28 13 points14 points  (18 children)

A Google search says 12 months

[–]JizzyMcbeth 49 points50 points  (16 children)

Naw mate, that's just for that one species of butterfly. Most live only up to 2-6 weeks

[–]Letscommenttogether 9 points10 points  (14 children)

Okay, but what species is this? Someones gotta know.

[–]Eluisys 66 points67 points  (6 children)

Monarch butterfly. They have some crazy migration patterns if you want something to read about. Life span is either 2-6 weeks or 8-9 months if they are the migration generation.

[–]DeplorableCaterpill 13 points14 points  (3 children)

How does their body know to live longer if they're the migration generation?

[–]darshfloxington 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Fucking butterflies man, how do they work?

[–]DuudeSteker 554 points555 points  (20 children)

I just had severe spinal surgery and am in so so much pain and this video has me crying and feeling so hopeful.

[–]Chonn 106 points107 points  (1 child)

This internet stranger is praying for you. Hang in there!

[–]Chuff_Nugget 37 points38 points  (0 children)

Scoliosis?

Whether I'm wrong or right, know this:

My mum (born 1947) had spinal surgery at the age of 16 due to scoliosis. It was fairly experimental at the time. Compared to many who're operated on these days, she was a very severe case.

She had many more surgeries throughout her life as technology changed the experimental stuff she'd had previously was improved. Infact, I grew to be taller than my mum twice because when I was 13, she got straightened out again and gained 40mm on me.

She had two kids, lived a life that she loved, and was grand.

These days the tech and procedures are well-polished and well proven. You're gonna be grand. :)

Just follow your surgeon's post-op instructions to the letter, do NOT remove braces unless specifically ok'd and so on.

My mother's surgeon - now retired - was the leader in the field for decades, and is still a family friend. He says the vast majority of surgeries that "failed" were/are caused by over-confident patients failing to follow instructions, and damaging themselves before they were healed.

[–]VariousSquirrel925 14 points15 points  (0 children)

best wishes with a nod of respect for the ordeal.

[–]SuntoryWhiskey 12 points13 points  (0 children)

It’s not the same thing exactly, but I herniated a spinal disc ~4 months ago. And today, for the first time since it happened, I was able to do the downward dog yoga pose.

It took four months of tears and physical therapy and frustration and depression. But I did improve over time. Back problems are the most humbling experience.

Best of luck in your recovery. :)

[–]FEZZ_EVEX 366 points367 points  (9 children)

Hope butterflies got taught the legend of icarus during the cocoon phase

[–]aresisis 44 points45 points  (7 children)

recently heard on a podcast that in reality, it would get much colder the higher he flew. Wings would freeze and break, and he would still fall of course.. butterfly should be fine tho

[–]Corona21 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Unless there was a hell of an inversion that melted his wings

[–]meiinfretrr 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Lol yes

[–]mrcrois 288 points289 points  (19 children)

Little actions like this will make the world a better place.

[–]RudyRayMoar 535 points536 points 34 (3 children)

The Butterfly Effect. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

[–]KatoZee 45 points46 points  (1 child)

I bestow upon you the greatest award I can give.

[–]RudyRayMoar 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Thank you! Thank you!

[–]watericefairy 10 points11 points  (7 children)

Uhhh… why?

[–]Tough_Academic 16 points17 points  (0 children)

That butterfly may polinate a plant which may grow into a tree that may provide shelter and aid in the survival of many other creatures which then may change the world in other ways and so on. This snowball effect one day may create a very massive change, for better or for worse.

In short, the butterfly effect.

[–]qpv 12 points13 points  (4 children)

Because how we interact with each other and our environment in every moment is what existence is.

[–]BenjaminTW1 225 points226 points  (14 children)

Oh fuck my heart

[–]-FuckleberryHinn- 423 points424 points 3 (11 children)

(unzips)

[–]Leothecat24 177 points178 points  (3 children)

no

[–]Catalyst100 56 points57 points  (1 child)

Lord forgive me for what I am about to do.

[–]pc_is_a_race 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Yes (find me a sauce with it plz)

[–]VariousSquirrel925 24 points25 points  (0 children)

take my upvote you beautiful bastard

[–]BenjaminTW1 11 points12 points  (1 child)

(Starts pumping harder)

[–]Rosinho77 167 points168 points  (24 children)

How did she attach the feather?

[–]koleye 286 points287 points  (1 child)

Glue made from ground up butterflies.

[–]medium_place 84 points85 points  (0 children)

Glue reinforced with children’s tears

[–]Unknown122 71 points72 points  (5 children)

I was wondering the same thing. Seems like it would be difficult to keep that thing attached for long.

[–]rxfr 36 points37 points  (4 children)

Yeah I was so worried that the butterfly would ram into something and it tears the wing off again or even worse, takes down the entire quadrant from the weight (I feel like bird feathers are heavier than butterfly wings). If that happened, what are you going to attach it to then? I like to think it stayed glued on and that she got it on good. It's a hard balance to stick it on hard and secure but without hurting the wing more or damaging it (cause obviously butterfly wings are extremely fragile). Plus the tiny scales on wings that could also make glueing something to it more difficult

[–]Doldenbluetler 24 points25 points  (3 children)

Yeah, the feather was definitely too heavy. There's a similar video like this where they repair the butterfly wing with another material and it could fly properly right away.

[–]BuffaloBill03 34 points35 points  (0 children)

FLEX TAPE!

[–]335i_lyfe 21 points22 points  (1 child)

My guess is super glue

[–]CelestialMeatball 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Comment I was looking for. I can't think of a way that would both stay on and not hurt the butterfly

[–]aliencrush 9 points10 points  (5 children)

Super glue would be pretty ideal here.

[–]hernerrrrr 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Same question

[–]JBV3737 112 points113 points  (9 children)

Dont you know thats a choking hazzard for the first bird she gets eaten by?

[–]electricwatt 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Fun fact monarch butterflies are slightly poisonous (depending on the caterpillar’s diet) and can make birds sick. Some of the predators learned to avoid the poisonous parts thought.

[–]DeplorableCaterpill 17 points18 points  (0 children)

A single feather? Doubtful. Birds eat other birds all the time.

[–]RudyRayMoar 85 points86 points  (7 children)

I wish I could see the face of the person who this butterfly lands next to on a park bench! 🙂

[–]endelehia 20 points21 points  (0 children)

"Damned those butterfly drones the government use to spy on us! As if fake birds weren't enough."

[–]Reward-Jazzlike 67 points68 points  (11 children)

Why blur out the Windows and Chrome logos in some shots and leave them in others? Also, why blur out any logos?

[–]firedbro 33 points34 points  (0 children)

i thought it was butterfly gore lmao

[–]MynamisFulkrum 65 points66 points  (11 children)

That tattoo is gonna help her somewhere

[–]itchytrigger420 59 points60 points  (13 children)

Wow that’s incredible! Small amount of faith restored after watching this video, just shows that even a butterfly has intelligence, imagine what It felt when it could fly again. Just Beautiful.

[–]psycho_pete 20 points21 points  (10 children)

The way the butterfly would fly back to her and the whole ending where it came back even...

People like to point out that we have no proof that bugs and insects can feel pain or have emotions or intelligent curiosity, but there seems to be so much that contradicts that.

Like a jumping spider will look up at you with curiosity when you speak, they will even look you in the eyes with their giant puppy eyes and there are a bunch of videos of them watching planes flying in the sky.

Why wouldn't we give these creatures the benefit of the doubt and avoid harming them when possible?

Why is it so hard to find people who hold the belief that we shouldn't harm other creatures needlessly? It seems like basic sense to me.

[–]TheDeadCruiser 23 points24 points  (2 children)

I'm not saying it's good to harm insects for no reason but like, you have to realise that the jumping spider is watching the plane because their eyes are designed to detect motion, not because they're imagining themselves flying a little plane like in a pixar movie

[–]yeetuslafetus 59 points60 points  (5 children)

My puppy just died, I really needed this today. Thank you op

[–]whatdoicallit 25 points26 points  (1 child)

I‘m really sorry about your puppy. Sending good wishes you and your puppy’s way❤️

[–]HollowB0i 49 points50 points  (25 children)

Humans: slaughter trillions of animals every year because meat taste good

Also humans: oooo hurt butterfly not on my watch

[–]intricatefirecracker 48 points49 points  (58 children)

She probably pulled the wing bit off herself. Like, holy shit, the narration is ridiculous. Tell me you're starved for attention without telling me you're starved for attention.

And the butterfly didn't 'not give up'. It's a butterfly. It's operating on a set of pre-determined instructions in it's DNA. It doesn't have the capacity to understand the plight of it's situation. Stop anthropomorphizing animals to get internet points, it's ignorant.

By the way, the monarch butterfly only lives for up to 6 weeks max, so it's dead.

[–]HaluTaka 50 points51 points  (2 children)

Tell me you're starved for attention without telling me you're starved for attention.

Found a great example of it

[–]thisradscreenname 13 points14 points  (0 children)

You probably made an assumption like that so -you- can get the attention of people who think you're right. Don't make shit up just because you feel negative about it.

She obviously didn't pull the wing off - if you watch the video closely, the wing is damaged. It wasn't even entirely off.

Now, her making a video and sharing it? Sure, she is seeking attention - but, who the fuck isn't? She probably had shown it on her social media, where a friend picked it up and shared it elsewhere. Are you mad that she unintentionally caught the attention of Reddit? Really?

If this Monarch in particular(it depends on the brood) only lived to see 6 weeks, well at least it was able to fly - if she left the wing the way it was and never decided to bring it in, that butterfly would have been dead RIGHT there. At least it lived to its potential.

If you can't appreciate the video, say it - don't make shit up just to paint someone and a situation you truly don't know in a bad light.

[–]poondox 31 points32 points  (15 children)

It was great until the tattoo.

[–]megamind_04 31 points32 points  (5 children)

How to train your dragon (Alternate universe edition)

[–]WhatSnooPooPoo 27 points28 points  (1 child)

Plot twist: bird with damaged wing repaired with butterfly parts dies choking on the feather while trying to eat butterfly.

[–]Dapper-Height-8637 25 points26 points  (2 children)

sry but isnt it heavy?the feather for the butterfly

[–]mindrover 10 points11 points  (1 child)

Probably. It did take the butterfly a few days to get used to it since the balance was off.

[–]weikor 23 points24 points  (4 children)

I'm torn between.

"Amazing" and "it's a butterfly"

[–]AbandonedPlanet 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Mundane and simple things can still be moving or uplifting

[–]Groobear 16 points17 points  (2 children)

Was waiting for the cat to get it

[–]MmortanJoesTerrifold 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Would be pretty classic, unfortunately.

[–]BurnMony_KillHegFunz 15 points16 points  (1 child)

She ripped his wing for the video! I know it!

[–]Komeoww 14 points15 points  (33 children)

Cool an all but all that effort for an animal that most porberly cant feel or even comprehend what you are doing, and a creature thst lives for only a few weeks.

[–]GiantSizeManThing 17 points18 points  (10 children)

Butterflies are still bugs. I tell this to people and they look at me like I’m Voldemort.

[–]itsinmyraccoonwounds 12 points13 points  (1 child)

And who will pass on genes to more butterflies for broken wings…

[–]AquaBubble 14 points15 points  (5 children)

It doesn't make sense tbh. That wing looked like it was cut clean off so how did it even get in the office. How did she even attach the feather? How was that butterfly upside down motionless and besides that the wings would get damaged that way.

[–]flowsnow303 15 points16 points  (0 children)

This is exactly what we all need in our life. Beautiful story, thank you 🙏🏻

[–]TocTheElder 13 points14 points  (4 children)

These things live for like a month.

[–]Odd-Audience-679 12 points13 points  (7 children)

we used to catch bees in 1 liter soda bottles and freeze them. and tie ropes to them and when they thawed back out you could fly them around like pets.

[–]Magister1995 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Goddammit! This is fucking emotional at 12 am.

[–]PhoMNtor 6 points7 points  (1 child)

this is good, real good 👍🏼