So when you think about it, honey is just the end result of bees snowballing each other.Or that they actually puke from a separate stomach they use specifically for gathering nectar, which they bring back to the hive, where it is passed to the bees who turn it into honey, who pass it from one bee to another until all the water is removed and it becomes honey.
Because of the lack of water, it can't spoil which is why unspoiled honey was found in the tombs of the pharaohs.
After a nuclear exchange, I feel it's vastly more likely that members of the military will use force to have sex out of wedlock, if you know what I mean.In the 1950s, when everyone expected a nuclear war with the Soviet Union, the US actually had a guide written up for running things after a nuclear exchange. One of the guidelines demanded that the government use military force to keep the survivors from having sex out of wedlock. So yeah, people were really uptight in the 50s.
Scene in question:In the originall Star Trek series, in the episode"The Trouble With Tribbles" there is a scene where Shatner opens a storage door only to be buried up to his neck in the little things.
The crew, just like the cast, didn't like Shatner, so they took the opportunity to keep chucking Tribbles at his head when he gets buried. Even when it should have long ceased, they still keep throwing the props at his head while Kirk is supposed to be talking. You can see Shatner break character and give the off camera crew a very dirty look in the episode.