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098918800599c08935b21832c0dba77e.jpgLast year I posted a recipe to get rid of ants last year.For those of you who were not here and have a problem I will share  :grin: I am just now having a problem in my kitchen.


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You could start your own ant farm.


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You could start your own ant farm.

No thanks.I want to get rid of them not mulitply them.

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They're actually very nutritious.


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They're actually very nutritious.

That is what I hear.No thanks. I will pass.I would rather eat a steak.


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They're actually very nutritious.

That is what I hear.No thanks. I will pass.I would rather eat a steak.

 

lol...i agree to the no thanks of ants. Let them march right back out and never re-enter again. I heard walnut shells are good at keeping spiders away but not sure about ants though.


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There are some New York restaurants that served chocolate covered ants.


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the red and black ants taste like candy. . . just gotta make sure you bite them before they bite you. 


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the red and black ants taste like candy. . . just gotta make sure you bite them before they bite you. 

I was told once that locusts taste a bit like prawns, so the candy ant bit sounds a bit fishy to me. :laughing:


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.

 

I do not mind the daddy long legs that we have in the U.S.It is the huge black or brown ones with the huge bodies that look like they could arm wrestle with you that upset me.


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.

 

I do not mind the daddy long legs that we have in the U.S.It is the huge black or brown ones with the huge bodies that look like they could arm wrestle with you that upset me.

 

In Britain daddy-long-legs are crane flies. I think yours are spiders

 

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British daddy-long-legs


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.

 

I do not mind the daddy long legs that we have in the U.S.It is the huge black or brown ones with the huge bodies that look like they could arm wrestle with you that upset me.

 

In Britain daddy-long-legs are crane flies. I think yours are spiders

 

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British daddy-long-legs

 

In American Daddy Long legs is a spider with long legs like the above.There was this girl by the name of Dixie.She was very tall and had long legs.I was in first grade with her.She was very smart.We had gotten on the bus one day to go on a field trip.I called her Daddy Long Legs  :crazy: She cried and I got in trouble.Why in the world did I do that????  :help:


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.

 

I do not mind the daddy long legs that we have in the U.S.It is the huge black or brown ones with the huge bodies that look like they could arm wrestle with you that upset me.

 

In Britain daddy-long-legs are crane flies. I think yours are spiders

 

daddy-long-legs1.jpg

 

British daddy-long-legs

 

In American Daddy Long legs is a spider with long legs like the above.There was this girl by the name of Dixie.She was very tall and had long legs.I was in first grade with her.She was very smart.We had gotten on the bus one day to go on a field trip.I called her Daddy Long Legs  :crazy: She cried and I got in trouble.Why in the world did I do that????  :help:

 

 

Because you should have called her mommy-long-legs or sister-long-legs. She is female after all. :laughing:


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I hear that grasshoppers are pretty good too.Especially chocoate covered.

 

I remember when I was a kid that my little sister told me that she had just made a picnic consisting of ladybird (ladybug) sandwiches and daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks. But then again, my sister was a bit mad - she was always claiming to find little mouse-shoes on the stairs, and she once built a woodlouse (pillbug) farm. She also used to do an impression of a butterfly being sick, which meant that you had to come close to her face and listen while she made the tiniest little sound imaginable.

Oh yes, and she thought that wasps made the best honey and that if you poured sugar on a slug instead of salt, the slime that was made as the animal dissolved could be used to make 'slug honey'.

 

Your sister sounds interesting   :grin:

 

 

Yes but she was only around seven-years old at the time. If she mentioned daddy-long-legs on cocktail sticks now, I'd really think she was mad. Perhaps I should ask her - she what she says.

By the way, I don't think daddy-long-legs are the same in Britain as they are in the U.S.

 

I do not mind the daddy long legs that we have in the U.S.It is the huge black or brown ones with the huge bodies that look like they could arm wrestle with you that upset me.

 

In Britain daddy-long-legs are crane flies. I think yours are spiders

 

daddy-long-legs1.jpg

 

British daddy-long-legs

 

In American Daddy Long legs is a spider with long legs like the above.There was this girl by the name of Dixie.She was very tall and had long legs.I was in first grade with her.She was very smart.We had gotten on the bus one day to go on a field trip.I called her Daddy Long Legs  :crazy: She cried and I got in trouble.Why in the world did I do that????  :help:

 

 

Because you should have called her mommy-long-legs or sister-long-legs. She is female after all. :laughing:

 

Oh....ok.....that would have been a good solution. :grin:


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I put my cotton balls out yesterday in my kitchen and they are running for it this morning like a 75% sale at Walmart  :grin:


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I put my cotton balls out yesterday in my kitchen and they are running for it this morning like a 75% sale at Walmart  :grin:

 

I didn't know that cotton balls could run.


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