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Empathic pest destruction

Rid yourself of an ants nest. But suffer.
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Our homes are tempting for many “pests”. Generally talking insects here, but for inclusivity, this applies to other animals too.

It’s too easy to spread “ant-nest-powder” in your kitchen, vaguely knowing that a few scout ants will pick up the grains and carry them back to the nest, where they will slowly poison the entire ant-civilisation.

No. If you’re going to kill 10,000 ants just so you don’t find them in your sugar, you’ll have to share their suffering.

So this carton of ant-killer is packaged with a DVD that tells the whole horrible story from an ant’s point of view. A new world, a new society, full of hope. A young scout who goes out to find food to support his loved ones... and returns with plenty. But then...

After verifiably watching the film to the end, you’re given a code to unlock the toxic insecticide. If you can still bear to use it.

Frankx, Oct 02 2019

Or marching https://www.youtube...watch?v=GhswH1bLMy8
[blissmiss, Oct 02 2019]

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       We will buy this. [+].   

       We will pay extra if the toxin is slow-acting and causes maximum suffering.
8th of 7, Oct 02 2019
  

       Yes. Of course.   

       That’s not really...   

       Oh never mind
Frankx, Oct 02 2019
  

       Wait. You have talking INSECTS where you live? For fuxake don't kill them - call a news team.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 02 2019
  

       There must be something in the poisons cupboard to give ants a humane, far out trip, past death's event horizon. And really mess with reincarnation.
wjt, Oct 05 2019
  
      
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