officer please i didnt know she was an ant
- Five score years ago a great Antmerican in whose symbolic shadow we stand today signed the Antmancipation Proclantation. This momantous decree is a great beacon light of hope to millions of Ants who had been seared in the flames of withering antjustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of their cantivity. But 100 years later the Ant still is not free. One hundred years later the life of the Ant is still badly crippled by the mantacles of antregation and the chains of discriminantation. One hundred years later the Ant lives on a lonely antland of poverty in the midst of a vast antcean of manterial prosperity. One hundred years later the Ant is still lantguished in the corners of Antmerican society and finds antself in exile in his own land. So wo '''<' come hf'rP torlay to r1r.amatize a s,hameful antdition.
- [quote=pigfoot_vermont;%2Fbloards%2Fgbs%2Ftopics%2Fants-pro-or-con%2Fposts%2F12327] forgot my previous stance on ants but i like them now as they are part of mother earth (gaia) [/quote] [img]https://i.imgur.com/enUCgyY.jpg[/img] I made a place for you to live with the ants and the earth you fucking cuck
- there was a single ant on my desk this morning. i searched everywhere for its friends but didn't find any, but this is just the first of many incursions they'll make this season. luckily there was a giant fucking spider on my door that jumped away when i was trying to take it outside and i lost it, so hopefully that guy eats all these little fuckers