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The Kings Of Pain Made Me Put My Hand In A Tank Full Of Hundreds Of Venomous Ants And Unsurprisingly It Was EXTREMELY Painful

Kings Of Pain comes out tomorrow night at 10 on History Channel. The show is going to be SO good and if you don't tune in you are dumber than a person that puts their hand in a venomous ant tank.

The pain during the bite felt like a ton of hot needles sticking into your hand all at once followed by a crazy hot numbness.  Then after we took our hands out, the pain starting coming in waves.  It felt like your hand was throbbing.  As time went on, it became more of a feeling INSIDE the hand, as if your bones were all vibrating.  Its one of the craziest feelings I've ever experienced.  It felt like your hands after you get jammed with a metal baseball bat growing up, just all the time.  The venom ended up causing a ton of pain until about 11:30 PM that night and I also experienced these incredibly weird gel sweats that continued into the next day. 

The entire experience was a complete blast.  Adam and Rob are two of the most genuine people I have met.  Adam is a true Australian and his knowledge of wildlife is so extensive I couldn't stop asking questions while we were walking through the desert.  Rob is a snake genius who took it upon himself to go and fight ISIS in a militia a few years ago.  The combination of the two makes for a show with a ton of knowledge and honest hosts that are willing to do anything asked of them, which is normally at their own expense.  There are a lot of myths about bites, stings, and venom in general, so seeing people take it upon themselves to find out exactly what happens when you get bit is extremely interesting as a viewer.  There are no estimations, just good old fashioned "lets see what happens".  I appreciate History giving us the opportunity to come out and there will be more to come from this California Trip.

The venom ended up causing a ton of pain until about 11:30 PM that night and I also experienced these incredibly weird gel sweats that continued into the next day. The entire experience was a complete blast.