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Picnic Ant Strip

Ant barrier on the edge of the rug
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I like picnics but hate ants. I suggest a replaceable sticky strip to form an ant-barrier and keep kids bite free. Sticky stuff would also contain wasp repellent.
FloridaManatee, Apr 29 2003

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       Nice idea - Do ants bite where you live?
hippo, Apr 29 2003

       Maybe some kind of flammable substance could be used. Keep those formic pests at bay with a ring of fire.
sild, Apr 29 2003

       //Do ants bite where you live?//   

       They're nasty little b*gg*rs. It's almost impossible to stand still on any given patch of grass for 5 mins or more.   

       //ring of fire//   

       Using curry maybe? ;-)
FloridaManatee, Apr 29 2003

       I wonder if ants would cross a picnic blanket edge woven from spider's silk?
hippo, Apr 29 2003

       Obligatory medium-sized, semi-classy anthill with one, two-level stage, pole and mirrors Post
thumbwax, Apr 29 2003

       //I like picnics but hate ants// - I like ants but hate picnics. (-) until you make it more humane.
neilp, May 25 2004


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