It means something along the lines of "very good, excellent, great, amazing" and coined circa 1920 as a flapper idiom. Back then they used this expression because a bee's baskets for pollen are located near its knees, so when the bee's baskets are full of pollen, they are filled with "the good stuff" of that oh-so sweet taste of honey that most of us love.
"you are the bees knees in greek"
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The saying 'bees knees' is a popular slang term used by teens in an earlier time. The term often is used when referencing the 'awesomeness' of an individual.
bees knees my man!
Bees have jointed legs, and they have femurs and tibias, but no patellas (knee caps) so can't really be said to have knees.
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Bees knees or clothes. Things like that.
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haha! yes they do. they have little joints in their legs, but without kneecaps of course.
In pollen sacks on their hind legs roughly in the position of the knees on a human.
Yeah it is soo better that all the rest so is the best
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