Idioms, feelings and holidays

love idiomsWhat do the following idioms mean?

  1. I’ve got ants in my pants because next Friday night I’m going on holiday. To have ants in your pants
  2. I fancy going to Thailand for my next summer holiday. To fancy doing something
  3. I am keen on adventure holidays. To be keen on something.
  4. I’m a little blue because it’s the last day of my holiday. To be blue. Or, to feel blue
  5. I’m running around like a headless chicken because tomorrow I’m going on holiday and I have to find my passport, iron my clothes, pack, print off my boarding pass, exchange some cash and order a taxi to pick me up and take me to the airport. To be like a headless chicken
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