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Mr Jingles is Dead...

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jb0o, Dec 4, 2009.

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    And its about time... this vermin has been driving me crazy!!

    Thought I would share my success with you, have been chasing him for weeks now..
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    Just need to mount the fecker on the bonnet
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    I was wondering who Mr. Jingles is or Was lmao :thumbsup:
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    :eiertritt: Busted!
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    Mate, animals are animals & were here before us, maybe a trap to keep it alive would have been more apppropriate, harmless little thing.
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    [Dec 4, 2009]
    that mouse is done walkin' the green mile...
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    Any more give me a shout little Eddie (the dog in my pic) loves the mices!
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    Got everything it deserved. It shouldn't have trespassed.
    Mice, rats, spiders, moths, daddy long legs, burglars.... they will all meet the same fate.
    (spiders and daddy long legs spend at least three days trapped in a glass first)

    :gun2:
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    I've got visions of you pulling all the legs off a daddy longleg before placing in the glass.
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    :no: Nah, that would be cruel.

    I leave them with half of each leg. :eyebrows:
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    I'll remember that the next time I hear of a mauled human by a tiger etc, maybe the little fella was just looking for food, can see why so many animals are becoming extinct because of human stupidity & plain ignorance, never mind, way we're heading, we'll be extinct before long.
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    Agreed, we will be.

    According to my mother (who is a bit of a god botherer) it's all my fault and my decat is, single handedly, destroying the earth.

    Coooooooooooooooooooooooourse it is!

    I had a humanie mouse trap once for a little bugger that was in my loft, as didn't want to kill it really. Little sod eat his way out of the thing. WHat a waste of time.

    Quick fix - I bought a cat. Job done.
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    If a human wanders into a tiger's arena they don't start eating and crapping all over the tiger's food. Mice and rats do.

    However, if you could reason with a mouse and say "please little micey-wicey, don't come into my house and start eating stuff that you didn't purchase. And especially please don't p*ss all over my pots and pans and take cheeky little nibbles out of my food. Refrain from doing these things and we can all live happily together!". But you can't, as they tend not to listen to reason.

    So basically it becomes a case of.. them or my health.
    My health wins everytime. The mouse dies. And it hopefully sends out a message to the rest of his mates....
    ENTER, BUT DON'T EXPECT TO EXIT. :angrymod:
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    Harmless little thing !!

    They are nasty little filthy rodents that I wouldn't appreciate running around my house, good 'rodents' I say :)

    One less to worry about, lets face it, there's plenty where he came from...

    We'll be long gone before they are...lol
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    nice one! what did you use for bait? did the trap turn over on impact so to speak?
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    I'm not a person that goes around happily standing on Spiders, I'll first pick them up and put them outside.

    But for a Mouse to come inside my house thinking he owns the place, eating my Pumpkins (first found out I had a mouse on Halloween) -- then he's crossed the line.

    The day after we found mouse poo inside our pumpkins my girlfriend seen him pop his head out from the side of our fireplace - fair enough he's a small animal than means no harm, but surely this isn't normal behaviour for anyone to accept but Dr Doolittle.

    Since then I have laid trap after trap, none of which doing their job as danger mouse would grab his food and run. Then I gave peanut butter a try after hearing good reviews.. the theory that the mouse will spend more time picking the peanut butter.

    It was only yesterday when I was watching Top Gear and I heard the snapping sound of the trap... the sound of sweet success...
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