An invisible force field that keeps bees out of Sioux Falls has been
brought to light recently, as city council has finally decided to investigate bees in Sioux Falls.
“We’ve never actually seen any bees in Sioux Falls, so the invisible force field is working! We’re just unclear if we really want to take it down and be at the mercy of people having their own bees within the city. We could manage to put fences around each bee, so citizens are safe from them
still,” said one anonymous city councilor we spoke with.
Local bees have been celebrating the new rumors that have flooded the area.
“We’re really not here to hurt anyone, we just like Sioux Falls that much! Sadly the force field has kept us out of the city for a long time, so we’ve been chilling in the middle of nowhere forever now. Some of the city bees
are very excited to move!” said one local bee.
Citizens have shown interest in beekeeping, as well.
“Well, South Dakota has been one of the top honey producers in the country for a long time. So, adding Sioux Falls beekeeping would only boast our honey exports, open up possibilities for more business whether it be meaderies, honeycomb sellers, or just different kinds of honey production exporting,” said one local citizen.
Beekeeping is one of the oldest known professions in the world, but Sioux
Falls citizens still can’t do it.
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Adam K. White