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August 22, 2011


Big Dot

Spunky's letting herself go these days, I see.

Tell Gary just because the ants are shiny, doesn't mean they're clean. Poison 'em.


Uh I should imagine the ants love being served the sugary raspberry dressing. PS bigger ants does not mean little ants grown up but instead implies a new species has been engaged by the scent of raspberry dressing. Call the Orkin man. It's time for a professional.


Raid ant traps work just fine. Put them where you see ants coming in. See if you can't hide them from Gary. Also, buy some white vinegar, for goodness sake. Raspberry vinegar, as Zayrina points out, is too delicious to deter anything.


On the plus side, ants discourage roaches and other bugs by efficiently removing all tiny scraps that might attract roaches. And other bugs. Think of them as free maid service.


Our neighborhood is a giant ant farm. All we can do is keep them under control.


This is yet another job for Avon Skin So Soft. When I had a ground floor apartment I had horrible ants. I sprayed that stuff all over the entry way and problem solved.

Also, the kids and I totally jammed to "The Ants Go Marching" in the minivan this weekend. We sat in the parking lot of Sherwin Williams to finish the song, dum, dum, dum!


Would you like some Brown Recluse spiders? I could save some of the live ones from the glue boards for you.


Big Dot - Damn. Spunky knew she looked bad but she hoped no one would notice. Now she feels like she's been in a tabloid.
Zayrina - I am not like the weak-will Marcia whp requires professionals to kill the insects. I crush them with my bare hands.
Tami- I did buy plain white vinegar, and even better Gary thinks he knows where they're getting in.
~~Silk - I told Gary that, and he scoffed, Roaches don't care if the ants leave them food. Roaches eat each other if they're hungry.
Hattie - Giant ants? GIANT ants? And they farm them?
Caroline - Jam to Dave Mathews "Ants Marching" instead. http://www.amazon.com/Ants-Marching/dp/B0022W4IXY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1314248167&sr=8-1
Marcia - No. I prefer my suburb free of deadly spiders. Good luck, by the way, on your most recent attempt to kill them all.

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