I just wish they actually blew up in a puff of smoke when they ate it! Muahaha!!
Yeah, I'll second that!
These sound like Carpenter ants. If so, you could get your wishes if you lived in Southeast Asia. According to Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpenter_ant
In at least nine Southeast Asian species of the Cylindricus complex, including Camponotus saundersi, workers feature greatly enlarged mandibular glands that run the entire length of the ant's body. They can release their contents suicidally by performing autothysis, thereby rupturing the ant's body and spraying toxic substance from the head, which gives these species the common name "exploding ants." The ant has an enormously enlarged mandibular gland, many times the size of a normal ant, which produces the glue. The glue bursts out and entangles and immobilizes all nearby victims.
The termite species Globitermes sulphureus has a similar defensive system."
I guess stepping on them might make a big sticky mess.