This is a mating swarm. One big trillion legged fuck party. The closest human equivalent is community college.
Time to buy a zapper.
This happened at my parents house in SW Ontario a couple times when I was a kid. I remember the swarms giving off a pheremone that smelt like Frosted Flakes.
|The Townleybomb |
The desperately crying kid really makes this.
I like how the guy recording it is clearly their neighbor and is keeping a clear distance behind his fence to avoid being covered by ants. Wise.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Break out the flamethrower.
|The Mothership |
them indeed. holy shit.
|B. Weed |
Needs a "Phase IV" tag.
I was just trying to explain that movie to my kid the other day...hah
|Pope Caius |
Winged ants. You can't ever hear them coming. They like hair.
|Jet Bin Fever |
The sound of a child howling as eerie ambiance.
No silly, ants don't have wings. So you see this can't be happening. It isn't happening. It is not happening.
|Menudo con queso |
Great video for a cold winter's night, the perfect thing to remind you just how overrated summertime is.
|Binro the Heretic |
I live in Florida, this is a regular occurrence in the warmer months. Clouds of the little bastards go drifting across the landscape. It's the best time to catch a fertilized queen to start an ant farm.
And swarming ants are nothing compared to the caddisfly swarms. caddisflies are distant cousins of the moths. They lay their eggs in water and the larvae live there until they become pupae. The pupae leave the water, crawl off into the woods and make little cocoons out of silk and tiny twigs. Then they all hatch at once and swarm to the water.
You'll be sitting there on the banks of a river or shore of a pond fishing or just enjoying a balmy evening when, all of a sudden, it will be like someone switched on a wood chipper full of chicken feathers and aimed it at you.
Of course, chicken feathers won't try to crawl up your nose.
Paging Charles Fort, Charles Fort to the front desk.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
They will find a way inside that house, oh yes.
And then the feasting begins.
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