Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Chad: So last night I had a nice cold refreshing Coca-Cola with dinner. We then went to high school Bible study. When we returned my cup that was sitting next to the sink was covered with ant-like creatures. They are like tiny ants that move super fast. they were everywhere. Well, Emily didn't like that very much. Her response was without mercy. She got the Bolivian equivalent of Raid (perhaps even a little stronger) for killing cockaroaches. She proceeded to spray our kitchen counter. This did in fact decimate the ant train, but it also filled the kitchen with toxic fumes. It also got a powerful insecticide all over our kitchen. From this we have learned several things. First, the insecticide does in fact kill tiny ant-like creatures. Second, it is difficult to breath and potentially dangerous to human health to use insecticide, but Emily will have no mercy on the miniscule invaders.


At 2:23 PM, Anonymous Mike said...

Ants stink. Props to Emily for her austere approach. This reminds me of a blog by John Rozelle.

At 12:01 PM, Anonymous sisterfriendcara said...

so, I understand the ant ickies via my own adventures in Guadalajara ... however, being the worried sister, please don't cut any edibles in your kitchen until the pestiside is thoroughly away. no sickies.

At 12:57 PM, Blogger John Rozelle said...

I empathize. The same problem exists in Croatia. I have found a method that is equally cruel and personally satisfying without producing the extent of potential personal harm. Using any can of flammable aerosol spray can (preferably "Aqua Net"esque) and a household lighter, torching those lil' buggas provides an extradorinary amount of personal pleasure while reeking havoc on the intruders. Bad for ants, good for you. Keep fighting the good fight.


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