busy as a bee

(as) busy as a bee

Very busy. I'm currently choreographing three plays, so I'm as busy as a bee. Can we meet next week instead? I'm busy as a bee right now.
See also: bee, busy

(as) busy as a ˈbee

very busy
See also: bee, busy
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Both officers were busy as a bee that day: Aside from Lauriano's swarm, Mays handled two in the city.
"Busy as a bee" is a fitting phrase as bees are hard working and incredibly important pollinators, and work hard to keep the planet's food chains intact, and they really do deserve our help.
Have you ever heard of the expression "busy as a bee?" While it might not seem that an insect would have chores, their lives are full of them.
"Busy as a bee" has been around since the time of poet, Geoffrey Chaucer, 1343-1400.