How Pants Work
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How Pants Work

Reflections From the Ant Proletariat

I have been told our social behavior gives us a major advantage over solitary insects and other animals, but now I’m not so sure.

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Awake from my 68-second slumber. Say a silent prayer of gratitude for having not been exterminated by: chemicals, a foot, or a warring ant tribe.

Check to ensure all my limbs are intact. Seems so! While ants have individual body parts, we are…




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Rebekah Iliff

Rebekah Iliff

Nashville-based. Words in Slackjaw, Weekly Humorist, Points in Case, Erma Bombeck, and more. Author of “Champagne for One.”

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