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Old 04-07-2015, 01:11 PM   #1
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Getting rid of fire ants

I found the perfect way to to get rid of fire ants. They say all you have to do is kill the queen, so here's the plan.

You just borrow some of grandma's snuff and sprinkle a little on the mound. The worker ants take it down to the queen. When she comes up to spit you just whack her with a hammer! Simple, huh!
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Old 04-07-2015, 04:18 PM   #3
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Joe you can really come up with some good ones.I just wish life was that simple.Be safe and Safe Travels.
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I heard the way to put out fire ants was to poor water on them!
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That's like hunting bears. You open a can of peas and set them by the entrance to the cave. When the bear comes out "to take a pea" shoot em.
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I thought for hunting bears, you needed a frozen lake. If you simply cut a hole in the ice and circle it with fresh peas, you only have to wait for the bear to come take a pea then you just kick the bear in the "ICE-HOLE".
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I thought for hunting bears, you needed a frozen lake. If you simply cut a hole in the ice and circle it with fresh peas, you only have to wait for the bear to come take a pea then you just kick the bear in the "ICE-HOLE".

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I thought for hunting bears, you needed a frozen lake. If you simply cut a hole in the ice and circle it with fresh peas, you only have to wait for the bear to come take a pea then you just kick the bear in the "ICE-HOLE".
C'Mon up here and I will teach you how to do that!!
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