Bee sting (disambiguation)


Bee sting (disambiguation)

Bee sting is the sting from a bee.

Bee sting and similar may also refer to:
*"Beesting", a song by Ugly Casanova from their 2002 album "Sharpen Your Teeth"
*Beestings, a word for colostrum, a form of milk produced in late pregnancy when lactation starts
*, a type of Army discipline
*Bienenstich, or Bee Sting Cake

ee also

*Stinger


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