Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Death in the Pantry

Epitaph: Don't mess with Dave.
Now don't be sending me 'poor little mousie' comments. I know you don't want mice in your cupboards, do you? It took only one night to capture and eliminate Mr. Rodent. I hope that he is the lone visitor.

11 comments:

  1. Well. There's a pretty picture with my morning coffee. ;o)

    I use the cheap-o snap traps, but slide them inside a brown paper lunch bag. If I see even a hint that there's death within, I toss the whole thing without even looking. I'm a wuss that way.

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  2. LOL... I was drinking Chai and almost spit it all over my computer screen!

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  3. Aww and I just watched Ratatouille!

    ceevee

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  4. And where was Popeye through all this?? Sleeping on the job?

    teri

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  5. Well, you know what they say...
    If you see one, then there are 10 more. ;-D

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  6. My God, your life is so full of adventures. No wonder I love reading about what is going on there in Palmer. Next time give forewarning that the images may not be suitable for delicate eyes, especially over breakfast. VBG

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  7. Anonymous11:10 AM

    Wowwww what a trap!!! Never seen the likes of it before. I'd love some for our attic, every winter they move in, in droves. We use the little wooden ones, 4per pack and dump the entire lot.
    That trap would catch a cat, no wonder popeye kept his distance.

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  8. Anonymous11:30 AM

    I found those traps recently as we had a problem with mice. I totally hate removing mice from traps and would rather throw the entire thing out. These platic ones are great! They finally DID invent a better mousetrap.

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  9. But what is the name of the mousetrap ? They obviously work !

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  10. Where was Popeye? I think he needs a serious talking to. Our cat brings in mice. I can deal with the dead ones, it's the live ones which I can't abide.

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  11. Anonymous5:50 AM

    Are those plastic traps sold as reuseable? I thought it was a fact that a mice would never go near a trap that smells like other mice have been there before.

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