It should come as a surprise to no one – vertebrate or invertebrate – that a song (mostly) […]
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Who’s missed us? Let us know in the comments, before or after you’ve watched “Uncle Donald’s Ants”, from […]
If you are reading this sentence, it is more likely than not that you’re aware of our Sunday […]
It goes without saying that anybody who is anybody enjoys ants with all the human senses. Taste is […]
Imagine that you are a mango farmer in Thailand. You’re happy with your mango crop, and happily head […]
We’ve once again fallen rather silent for over two weeks, yet throughout the past month or so, our devoted readership has sent us a steady supply of premier ant content. Below, we present you a list of seven interesting items we almost allowed you to miss!
Are you interested in the phrase “dangling ant asses”? Of course you are. Thus, you will now use […]
We wish all of our readers a simply thrilling 1st World Ant Day!
Myrmecologist Dr. Mike Kaspari, in a flash of inspiration, realized that World Ant Day did not yet exist. Thus, on April 21st, he announced a date for a new holiday:
On July 23rd, Dr. Kaspari proposed a special way to celebrate World Ant Day, for those on Twitter:
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.
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 […]
An inspiring Hong Kong political party of the 90’s: the United Ants. Here’s a great bit on the […]