Ants in my Pants!




So last night Jonna and I were talking about ants, she has both a swollen eye, and a big inflammation on her inner bicep.  She postulates that the teeny tiny ants get washed in to her pool when she is cleaning the patio, then when she is done she gets in to cool off and the ants bite her.


Well this morning I did a load of Landry and hung it out; white laundry.  I typically go out at intervals and shake hanging laundry to get some of the wrinkles out.


So I go out a few minutes ago and my panties are covered in teeny tiny brown ants, we sometimes call them sugar ants.  They are coming off the wall, along the clothes line, and down all over the clothes, and today the stuff closest to the wall are my panties,  Yipes, Ants in my Pants!

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About Debi in Merida

I moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado USA to Merida, Yucatan, MX in January 2006. I love to read, garden, travel, and hang out with friends.
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2 Responses to Ants in my Pants!

  1. Nasty little buggers! Whenever we get rain or are expecting rain they try to find high, dry ground; guess the clothesline qualifies!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yikes! yes they are out in force.
    This morning I got up to find that they had chewed through the cement around my bathroom door jamb and there was cement in a big heap and they were running all over. Previously they were in everything in the kitchen including the microwave oven. The outdoor ones use my clothes line to go from one side of the property to the other and I never know what I am going to find them in . Fun.
    Nancy W

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