Paula Poundstone, the host of NPR’s Live from the Poundstone Institute and a regular Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! panelist, included ants in a bit about her asexuality in a 2006 standup special.
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We hear that today is something called “World Emoji Day“. It kind of seems like a soft promotional […]
Our Film Critic Derek Langston shared with us a jarring though realistic anime clip posted to Facebook two years […]
If you must choose car advertising as a career path, please follow the tire tracks of General Motors. The […]
Last November, then-high school senior Akshay Kulkarni reached out to The Daily Ant to share his love of ants with […]
The Daily Ant maintains “Formicid Form”, a Sunday ant poetry series. When possible, our Verse Correspondant, Natalia Piland, provides a short commentary at the end of each poem. Enjoy!
Poem in Haiku Poetry (1968)
By J.W. Hackett
The ants on this cloth
are even carrying off
their own casualties.
A peaceful picture for those of you still awake approaching midnight on this calm Saturday night.
The time is upon us. Ant-Man and The Wasp debuts early in theaters all around the United States today. […]
The Netflix show Queer Eye, a reboot of the popular Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, has been met with generally favorable reviews by critics and viewers alike. Thanks to Tube Correspondant Katerina Theodossiou, we now know the reason why, and it’s found in Season 1, Episode 5 (“Camp Rules“). In this episode, the Fab Five give Bobby Camp, a “devoutly Christian father of six”, a makeover. During the all-important scene, Jonathan Van Ness chats with Camp about his morning routine:
Well hello there! We’ve been on a bit of a hiatus, haven’t we? We do apologize for any pain our absence may have caused to our most dedicated readers, and are happy to report that premier ant content once again flows from the pages of The Daily Ant.
The sci-fi show Travelers is a pretty great show. But one of the best things about the show is also its greatest secret: a little ant egg tailored to readers of our work. At approximately 29:30 of Season 2, Episode 1 (“Ave Machina”), we are introduced, for but a second, to some pleasing content:
Here at The Daily Ant, we’ve consistently found that the brilliant Samantha Bee lives up to her namesake. Bee’s wit frequently skewers the worst of the vertebrate right. Thus, we were truly shocked when Fraternal Correspondant Joshua Blanchard shared with us a tragic comment Bee made in a recent show, laying bare that even Bee is anti-ant: