Context: Spartan reply to King Philip of Macedon (again)
Yep, after punting a bee’s nest and avoiding being stung once, King Philip decided to try his luck against the Spartans a second time, this time after coating himself in honey and bee pheromones.
When King Philip was expanding his empire across Greece, he sent a letter to the current Spartan king, asking if he wanted him to enter his lands as a friend or a foe. The only response Philip ever received was yet another single-word reply:
That’s so manly and badass we’re pretty sure if you printed off this article and poured boiling water over it, you’d have the base ingredient needed to make steroids.