Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Want to Save Honey Bees

Funny story written by Erskin Quint

Sunday, 18 April 2010

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Honey Bees Need To Make Their Honey, Even In Today's World

Sexy Twilight duo Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are really concerned about, the plight of Britains honey bees - now officially an endangered species - and are keen to do what they can to help, according to a source close to the edge.

Our source (also close to bankruptcy and the bailiffs until we paid them a reasonable fee) told us that Robert and Kristen recently spent a long, weekend together in Devon.

There, the glamorous bloodsucker pair were enjoying a well-earned, break from starring in Twilight, being generally super-sexy and famous and being satirised on the internet.

The man who lived next door to their rural getaway cottage was a man called, Ron Doyle, who, apart from being a postman, also keeps bees.

Robert and Kristen were so delighted to see the bees in action, and, were so moved when Ron told them about the bee shortage that they have decided to think about helping the honey bee.

While the gorgeous gothic couple live in plenty, the bees face extinction and, it seems like this irony is not lost on Rpattz and his 'honey' who control the 'hive of activity' that surrounds them.

This is in case, anyone thought the duo might be selfish and not care about things like bees, our source close to medication said.

In another striking parallel, Ron Doyle the Devon beekeeper has the same surname as the author who created the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. What's more, Holmes, when he retired, kept bees on the South Downs. Maybe this too, is something that Rpattz and 'Queen Bee' Kristen mused on as they ate their cream teas and drank their scrumpy.

What our source close to an off licence didn't elaborate on is another parallel. Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle made a lot of money and became famous through his stories about the brilliant detective, but he really wanted to be known as a historical novelist, though few people have ever read his novels, preferring the popular tales of Holmes and Watson. The world of celebrity and writing is full of these links, if only we look hard enough!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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