Scrapbook has a mouse on Death Row!!!

Should Scrapbook kill the mouse in his garden?

  • Yes. Splat the hairy blighter

    Votes: 19 31.7%
  • No. He should stay free and alive!!

    Votes: 41 68.3%

  • Total voters
    60

mrtbag

Well-known Member
..as far as we know the mouse has not:

Been involved in any firearms or drugs smuggling
Murdered, Maimed or Abused any children
Assaulted or mugged any OAP's

He has:

Walked accross some decking
Given Scrapbook a menacing stare while running away

Should Scrapbook kill the little blighter?

NO. Save the mouse!!!
 

Ed Selley

AVF Reviewer
Bored or drunk? :clown:.
 

Nick_UK

Banned
Save the mouse, save the mouse, save the mouse............ :lease:
 

Eddy Boy

Active Member
I vote no provided it stays outside, once its indoors and urinating all over the place I'm afraid its time to call in the heavy artilery. (Where did I live those claymore mines... :devil: )
Votes aren't looking to good for Scrapbook, mutch better for the mouse.
 

Nick_UK

Banned
:rolleyes: What's it supposed to do ? Cross its legs, or come inside and use the WC ? :rolleyes:
 

Knightshade

Active Member
Splatter it! Unless you're sure it's a male. If it's female you may well hear the patter of tiny feet one morning..... In which case Napalming the garden is the only sure fire way.
 

squirrely

Member
Kill it.....it could be a baby Rat :eek:
 

squirrely

Member
Some reading before bedtime tonight? :D
 

scrapbook

Distinguished Member
I am currently thinking that a combination of hair spray and cigarette lighter should do the trick! :smashin:

I can feel a caddyshack moment coming on :rolleyes:
 

Adrenochrome

Well-known Member
scrapbook said:
I am currently thinking that a combination of hair spray and cigarette lighter should do the trick! :smashin:

This is the option i would also take :thumbsup:

Death To Mousey :clap:
 

Knightshade

Active Member
Need to keep this one from the RSPC I think chaps......
 

smelly

Novice Member
Save Mouse!!! Don't let Scrapbook win!!!

(I think this could catch on at football grounds around the contry!!) :D
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Outside, leave well alone, inside is another matter where they are a pest but should still be treated/dispatched as humanely as possible. No joke when they chew through your phone cable and into mains cables to make a nest.

Dave
 

Mep

Well-known Member
yes agreed.....I mean what about those noisy birds that wake you up in the morning...why not get an air rifle and shoot the feathery gits :) outside is their territory....we just happen to build on it.
 

neilneil

Active Member
I am in the save the mouse camp. But now you come to mention it those effin pigieons that wake me up in the morning outside I could cheerfully take a rifle to. :devil:


-Neil
 

Mr Cat

Banned
Neil Sumner said:
I am in the save the mouse camp. But now you come to mention it those effin pigieons that wake me up in the morning outside I could cheerfully take a rifle to. :devil:


-Neil

you would have liked that program that was on last week - forget it's name, but it was about some blokes hunting for hippos in africa...this man was on a boat shooting at anything in his sight...!! :eek:
 

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