25 Jokes the Internet Is Already Making About Murder Hornets
As if a global pandemic wasn't enough, murder hornets are here to make 2020 even worse.
It seems that Mother Nature knows the perfect time to kick us when we’re feeling down. As if 2020 wasn’t already bad enough, a news report came out that “Murder hornets” has entered the United States for the first time ever. And, yes, these hornets are just as scary as their name implies. If you need some more laughs while you’re stuck at home worrying about killer bees, here are some hilarious working from home memes.
The hornets are one and a half to two inches long, have striking black eyes, large yellow-orange heads, and a striped black and yellow abdomen. The insect becomes most dangerous during late summer to early fall when they attack honey bee populations. The hornets invade beehives, rip off the honey bees heads killing them, and eat the larvae and pupae. A few hornets can destroy an entire hive in a matter of hours.
Luckily, they don’t go after humans unless provoked. Typical beekeeping protective clothing isn’t enough to protect you from their long stingers. Their venom is more toxic than the typical bee and they can sting multiple times. Murder hornets have been known to kill up to 50 people a year in Japan.
But, as humans, when things scare us the only viable option is to make jokes about it, and when everyone found out about murder hornets, they did not hold back. Before you let these demonic creatures take over your nightmares and you lock all your doors and swear to never step foot outside again, read through some of the most hilarious jokes we’ve gathered about the murder hornet. Just smile and pretend everything is OK. These funny photos might help you feel better.
I’m not into the ‘Murder Hornets’ that are coming our way. Let me handle one terrifying thing at a time please thx ? ?
— David Spade (@DavidSpade) May 3, 2020
CDC: how can we get them to stop going outside?
God: *inventing murder hornets* lol check this out
— Eternal Samnation (@portmanteauface) May 3, 2020
You know the saying, April diseases bring May killer beeses
— Evie Nagy (@EvieN) May 3, 2020
Murder Hornets, but with the right lawyer, Manslaughter Bees
— Emily Andras (@emtothea) May 2, 2020
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself and murder hornets.
— Kerry on Wayward Son (@EmissaryKerry) May 3, 2020
For more laughs, read through these short jokes anyone can remember.
[the year 2053]
ME (leaning back, chuckling): And then the murder hornets came
— Jason O. Gilbert (@gilbertjasono) May 2, 2020
(Tornadoes, viruses, school canceled, and now widespread power outages)
One of my five year olds: Daddy, is the world ending??
(He has no idea about the aliens and murder hornets)
Me: No, of course not.
The lies parents have to tell their kids.
— Jeremy Elrod (@JeremyElrod26) May 4, 2020
Today’s apocalypse word of the day is Murder Hornet brought to you by the letter M. pic.twitter.com/vq6h5v4OwJ
— Gracie Wiley (@Gracie_Wiley) May 4, 2020
Governments: please stay inside.
Universe: I’ll take it from here. MURDER HORNETS
— Betches (@betchesluvthis) May 4, 2020
— hydrated king chris long (@JOEL9ONE) May 3, 2020
Is Murder Hornets Hulu or Netflix?
— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) May 2, 2020
The guy who named Murder Hornets should be in charge of naming more things I like that he doesn’t mince words he’s straight to the point with it
— Villainous Mentality (@ColeyMick) May 3, 2020
You know what animal would never do this to us? Dogs! They’re perfect. Check out these hilarious dog memes.
Murder Hornets and Covid-19 be like pic.twitter.com/6z3N84yKma
— Jose R. Rosado (@joserosado) May 3, 2020
I feel like god is using an end-of-the-world problem generator and just got “murder hornets”
— C.H.U.D.ney Spears (@chudneyspears) May 3, 2020
Everyone: What else could possibly happen in May?
The Murder Hornets: pic.twitter.com/mXsKiX8ixJ
— Beatnik Enthusiasm (@LeahCsMovies) May 2, 2020
Since it’s clear that 2020 is not going to be anyone’s year, just look through these cartoons about daily life to help you laugh through the suffering.