The main characters are the ants and bob. Bob represents a "bigger" child who is getting picked on by the smaller children (the ants). Bob cannot take it anymore and he attacks the bullies back. The real story and the question is poses: The bigger child who was doing nothing gets picked on by the smaller children and has enough, he decides to take things into his own hands unfortunately in the form of violence. It poses the question, is violence ever acceptable even for self defence. Additionally, the moral of the story therefore would be that violence can only lead to more violence thus, the only way to truly solve the problem is from a calm civilised conversation.
A man with his feet in his ass. Ants should stick with the swarm. Never ever, under any circumstances bite a man with his feet in his ass, particularly Bob. But I have never seen a live ant lay down, stand up, or fall over.
No, I suggested the presence of a dead guy, and the expressions used resemble drinking metaphores/expressions. (fell over? sitting like a log all day long? only getting up to go and get something to eat? Curry for example?)