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| Tim Engle, The Star
LAST WEEK’S WINNER
Bee-lieve it or not, we were bee-sieged by a bee-vy of bee puns. But the winner was …
“Is my stinger showing?” (Bryan Brooke, Bates City, Mo.)
“Please bring back the cone of shame.” (Howard Allen, Kansas City)
“Please help! I got caught in this sting operation!” (Richard Semkin, Clinton, Mo.)
“Can you pleeease tell her I’m not a bee-chon?!” (Mike Murray, Overland Park)
“Hey, you with the camera, buzz off!” (Pat Stone, Liberty)
Bee wear! (Wing Ng, Kansas City)
“Oh, please, I would rather have fleas than be dressed like these bees!” (Rickie Carter, Kansas City)
“Cat, why are you laughing? You’re her plan for next year.” (Bonnie Keyserling, Odessa, Mo.)
Two bees or not two bees. That is the question. (Jackie Fuchs, Kansas City)
“I beseeched her to let me be, but she said it was good practice for Halloween. Now I’ve got the hives.” (Skip Stogsdill, Overland Park)
“I do not want to bee here.” (Shirley Haynie, Lee’s Summit)
Why dogs bite their owners. (David Hicks, Bonner Springs)
“First you surgically remove my manhood and now this. This!” (Chris Brower, Lawrence)
“Talk about a buzzkill!” (Martha Back, Kansas City, Kan.)
“I’d rather BEE anywhere else!” (Pam Acord, Olathe)
“It’s none of your beeswax why I am dressed this way.” (Josh Dickie, Spring Hill in Johnson County)
Rex could only watch as the dog in the tarantula costume stole the show. (Linda Jones, Lenexa)
“Don’t make me buzz over there and bite you.” (William Goldman, Spring Hill in Johnson County)
“Someone please tell her this is inappropriate for Red Friday!” (Blair Tarr, Topeka)
“I wish she didn’t think I was a bee-gle.” (Jack Masters, Belton)
Canine cop on a sting operation. (Frank Bleyenberg, Kansas City)
“I can’t believe what I’ll do for the queen.” (Pete Ruddick, Olathe)
“Doggone it. I was afraid I’d see someone I knew!” (Rose Abel, Overland Park)
“Can someone PLEASE rescue me? This is bee-littling!” (Benni Lipschuetz, Lenexa)
“Buzz off! I didn’t want to do this!” (Bob McGuire, Kansas City)