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Theres a god damn rat in my house So last night at like 3am I went into my kitchen to make a corned beef sandwich, I turn the light on and then from the corner of my eye I see something move on the counter, then all I see is a huge ass black nasty looking rat run across the whole counter and jump behind the stove. So naturally I start screaming like a little girl and I ran for my life, my parents woke up and thought I was being murdered. We spent like 2 hours trying to find it but we couldn't find it anywhere.. It's gotta be hiding somewhere but I have no idea where. Anyone ever had any experiences with mice/rats in their house? How did you get rid of them? Where could they be hiding? Thanks for your input people

0 November 29, 2014

12 Comments • Newest first

lmfao this thread XD at least you didnt see the it like this: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BrZW70LCEAEtrVH.jpg

Reply November 30, 2014

@Xiscis See MoutainJew's comment. It's Disgusting. @Windowlegs Either way the animal is going to perish- Pests aren't welcomed in homes. I was going to edit and speak my preference of a mouse trap, as in [i]most[/i] cases it is quick to end it's life. But I decided against it for emphasis on the mess and lack there of with both. I don't see how sticky traps are better if you want to speak of suffering in ways of starvation and such. @Crispychream It is just a rat, but it doesn't need to perish in extremely inhumane ways for sheer entertainment. (See BoredAF) -_-

Reply November 30, 2014

[quote=sammmmmich]. Rat poison or a mouse trap will get it done. Easier to take care of in regards to mess.[/quote] Rat poison? So a nice and slow bit of brain hemorrhaging is better? A trap? sometimes they do not die straight away and it only breaks some of their bones...they are then left there until you either sort it out or they die of starvation.

Reply November 30, 2014

[quote=Xiscis]Please explain to me how a mouse will get stuck, and chew off thier limbs to get away. When they chew off their legs, there other legs DOES NOT MAGICALLY get unstuck you know? When a mouse goes to get food they put the front hands first then their back hands? So they wont just magically get unstuck when htye chew off their limbs[/quote] Way to miss the entire point. The intention wasn't "oh noes the big scurry rat might get away on three legs," it was "don't make a living creature have to chew off its own limbs." Why make something suffer needlessly?

Reply November 30, 2014

[quote=sammmmmich]Good Lord, Talk about inhumane. Sticky traps? The worst. Stuck.. and you can't move. Most rats are clever enough to chew their limbs off in order to escape. Quite the mess.. Rat poison or a mouse trap will get it done. Easier to take care of in regards to mess.[/quote] Please explain to me how a mouse will get stuck, and chew off thier limbs to get away. When they chew off their legs, there other legs DOES NOT MAGICALLY get unstuck you know? When a mouse goes to get food they put the front hands first then their back hands? So they wont just magically get unstuck when htye chew off their limbs

Reply November 30, 2014

Good Lord, Talk about inhumane. Sticky traps? The worst. Stuck.. and you can't move. Most rats are clever enough to chew their limbs off in order to escape. Quite the mess.. Rat poison or a mouse trap will get it done. Easier to take care of in regards to mess.

Reply November 30, 2014
Once you find that rat, kill it and cook it. I'm sure it's full of protein.
Reply November 30, 2014

[quote=BoredAF]Get those sticky strips. Mouse/rat runs over it and get stuck.Then you can hairspray+lighter them for fun or drown their backsides. Put them behind furniture along the wall.[/quote] U leave Jerry alone u bully

Reply November 30, 2014
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