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The Day I became wanted by Soldier Ants. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

I had always wondered how the world of Ants would be underground.

I would purposely pee/urinate into the ant hole, then I would imagine how the flood will happen in their underground houses. How they would be running away from the flood of water caused by me, and how father ant would forget to take his one grain of rice that mother ant just gave him as dinner, then go back into the water to get it.

There’s a particular ant called “Ikamudu”. It’s very big, all-black and has black mouth.

When you kill this particular ant, or when it passes by, it has a very strong smell. Strong enough to throw a grown man into a coma.๐Ÿ˜…

I would take Ikamudu and one soldier ant, then make them fight themselves.

They are different breeds of Ants, so they can’t stay in the same place. One has to give way to the other.

I would pair the 2 Ants together in a cassette container, then make them fight. I would then give the winner grasshopper to eat. ๐Ÿ˜‚

I did this for a long time, until the Ants called a household meeting and the Ant Queen said

“Let’s deal with this 11 year old small creature that works on 2 legs and uses the other 2 legs to eat. The creature that has a tiny organ that produces salted water, which he directs on our hills and homes to destroy”

So they plotted secretly. Lol. I don’t know why they had to plot secretly. Not like I can understand what they are saying anyway.

The day of their revenge came. The day the Soldier Ants would set their kingdom free from me the Ant oppressor.

It was to be a remarkable day in the history of the Moniya Kingdom of Ants.

So I went to school that day, came back home and was chilling.

Everyone was in the sitting room, enjoying some nice family time and watching television.
When suddenly I think Henry went out to the compound and saw a large channel of soldier ants.

“Soldier Ants are here oo. They are plenty!” he exclaimed.

“Fisayomi, bring the bucket at the courtyard, bring kerosene and broom” Mr Ehindero ordered.

Me that like oppressing Ants, brought all that was needed. I even brought small petrol, black oil and salt without being asked to. I was ready for them.

That’s how the battle between the Ehindero’s and the Soldier Ants started.

We fought and fought, and I volunteered to go to the war-front, where the battle was fierce. Unknown to me, that was part of the plan of the soldier Ants.

I got there and was tirelessly fighting them back. I went on a pile of sand to get higher perspective and view on the Ants below.

I didn’t know the sand was anthill. Their home gangan.

Then the calvary fleet of their soldier Ants attacked. They went full force with all they have.

They climbed me first without biting me. They climbed everywhere first. Then they started biting. Ahhhhhh!!

To them, there’s nothing as sweet as biting your oppressor. They did so proudly and were being patriotic about it.

They were aiming for that small organ that produces salted water, which destroyed their homes and hills.

Thank God for tight boxers. They couldn’t get there. They tried but they couldn’t get there. I didn’t feel them biting me there, they attacked my full legs and upper laps, but their main goal wasn’t reached.

My 11 years old small organ. Alakoba.

I have never been bitten that way before and ever since. It was too much.

They came for me. I knew it.
When something happens to you, you would immediately know why it happened. Except you want to lie to yourself.

But they weren’t done.

They entered my room. The ant channel went up my room window outside, entered my window through some wall cracks and came down to the ground into my room.

Round 2.

They bit me and everyone that night.

I didn’t cry. I couldn’t cry at all. I shouldn’t cry ๐Ÿ˜ญI was the ant oppressor, I can’t be crying in front of the Ants. Especially sugar Ants. Those ones will be be licking sugar and laughing at you.
After the soldier Ants were gone, I still saw some sugar Ants carrying food away from the kitchen slab. ๐Ÿ˜…The audacity.

I was truly wanted by Soldier Ants. But they’ve passed their message across and I have listened to them.

That was the last day I ever messed with Ants.
Then I became older and learned to appreciate nature and love nature more.

And till now, if I want to urinate in a thick bush, I would look down first, to make sure I’m not provoking the Ants to go on a second ant war with me and my “organ that produces salted water which destroyed their homes and hills” ๐Ÿ˜…

Haha! I hope you enjoyed my story.
My narrations are true and real life. I’ve done so many things and sharing them with you, makes me recall good memories.

Did the story make you smile? Cuz your smile is my inspiration โค๏ธ

ยฉVincent Ehindero


Published by Vincent Ehindero

I'm here for my family. My wordpress family. I love you all so much and I promise never to leave you โค๏ธ

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