Hubpages is sorely needing a subcategory for insects. I've been researching and everyone is posting "bee" hubs under Pets and Animals. This needs a subcategory of Insects and that needs a subcategory of bees.
Please consider creating under Pets and animals>Insects>Bees
We are badly needing this.
Thanks for spoiling the fun, party pooper! I doubt Beth didn't know the meaning and I certainly did...jeez.
The guy made a serious post and I don't know why you felt the need to make fun of him or his post. If you want to have a joke party, you posted on the wrong Forum. Try this one instead:
Ive never been to a joke party. Thank you for policing the forum though.
I did wonder if the need was that dire. I'm pretty sure I can ask that... just as he can ask for the new category. It seems to me, you are the only one making an issue. I'd like to move on now if it's all the same to you.
I thought you already moved on to watch TV. Guess not.
You're certainly having trouble moving on. Maybe this will help:
I think the reply was directed at me. There is one thing I learned in life in order to be stress free and that nothing can be too serious that you can't joke about it. Whenever life gets too serious, one laugh can make the difference. The OP is not complaining But I apologize for 'sorely' offending this thread.
I don't spend a lot of time under the animal hubs, but I just too a look at the subcategories. HP should at least add a search for Pets and Animals > Insects for those who write hubs about any insects.
There is another Topic for insects here:
http://hubpages.com/topics/education-an … ology/6709
There are two sections under that Topic:
http://hubpages.com/topics/education-an … -bugs/4138
(with 12 more categories)
http://hubpages.com/topics/education-an … hnids/7172
(with 3 more categories)
Hi zeke, we do already have a category for Bees and Beekeeping. You can find it under Pets and Animals>Farm Animals and Livestock>Bees and Beekeeping.
You can look up words on line? Crazy!
Actually, I'm quite familiar with the term... it was the quantification of the need that surprised me.
Perhaps you have misunderstood the meaning of the word:
Heard it all my life. I think I understand. You are so kind to offer your assistance.
I'm always happy to help people with their insect and pests problems.
I have a huge pest problem... haven't figured out how to get rid of it yet.
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