As Mr. Pickles walks through the forest, thinking about math equations, he comes upon an ant-hill. Hungry for a snack, Mr. Pickles walks over and sticks his tongue inside the ant-hill. His tongue travels down a winding path to where a family of ants is having dinner. Mr. Pickles' tongue breaks down their door, and the ants scream in fear.
Mr. Pickles is at first happy, but he soon starts screaming in pain as the ants nail down his tongue with a stake and hammer. Mr. Pickles tries to pull his tongue out, to no avail. The ants begin slicing his tongue with a cheese grater and pouring lemon juice on his wounds. Mr. Pickles begins pulling his ears in agony as the ants start slicing his tongue with an electric knife.
As Mr. Pickles continues to struggle to pull his tongue from the ant-hill, one of the ants comes running up his tongue with a can of gasoline. Having poured a trail of gas from the base of Mr. Pickles' tongue, the ant throws the gas can down Mr. Pickles' throat. The mother ant lights the gasoline, causing a fire to spread all the way up Mr. Pickles' tongue to his body. When the flame reaches him, Mr. Pickles' body explodes and one of the ants begins cheering in triumph.