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Ants In Your Pants

Ants In Your Pants - someone that can not stay still; someone that is really excited about something

  • Do you have ants in your pants or something. You can not sit still.
  • They children have ants in their pants today.
  • My sister has ants in her pants. She is very excited about going on vacation in a few days.
  • We have ants in her pants, because we are worried about the test on Friday.
  • I have ants in my pants, when I have to fly in a plane.
  • The children have ants in there pants. They have to go outside to play.

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