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  1. Standard member Hand of Hecate
    Angry Bastard
    12 May '09 16:41
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of the bucket(check that it spins freely)

    Coat the can with peanut butter.

    Quarter fill the bucket with water.

    Set bucket in an mouse infested location with the wood plank positioned as a ramp.

    Mice (and rats) love peanut butter and will climb the ramp, leap onto the can, spin off into the water and drown.

    No poisons, no waiting, dead rodents.

    PM me for my mouse Jambalya recipe. Save the fur pelts as you can make a fine pair of mouse slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
  2. Subscriber Seitse
    الحاجّ مالك الشباز
    12 May '09 16:43
    Now all we need is a nice mullet to go with that new sport.
  3. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    12 May '09 16:50
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of th ...[text shortened]... se slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
    I told them to use peanut butter, but the guys at the garage decided to hang ham.

    Next I said, where's the dog?

    Dog heard me, ran in and knocked the bucket all over some books stacked in the corner. Good news was the dog got ham.

    P-
  4. Standard member Hand of Hecate
    Angry Bastard
    12 May '09 16:56
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Now all we need is a nice mullet to go with that new sport.
    Catching mullet will require a net and you'll need a smoker to make them remotely palatable.

    What would you use for bait if you were going to trap Mexicans?
  5. Subscriber huckleberryhound
    Devout Agnostic.
    12 May '09 16:56
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    Catching mullet will require a net and you'll need a smoker to make them remotely palatable.

    What would you use for bait if you were going to trap Mexicans?
    About $2 an hour.
  6. Subscriber Seitse
    الحاجّ مالك الشباز
    12 May '09 17:47
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    What would you use for bait if you were going to trap Mexicans?
    Mmmmhhh... a greencard?
  7. 12 May '09 18:02
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Mmmmhhh... a greencard?
    Amex?
  8. Standard member smw6869
    Granny
    12 May '09 18:06
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of th ...[text shortened]... se slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
    I use the figure 4 trap in the spring to catch baby ground hogs.....and the neighbors cat.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKNZIZTLDRc

    GRANNY.
  9. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    Who was the Mahdi?
    12 May '09 18:10
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    Catching mullet will require a net and you'll need a smoker to make them remotely palatable.

    What would you use for bait if you were going to trap Mexicans?
    Chicharrones?
  10. Standard member Sunburnt
    Leopard Girl
    12 May '09 18:27
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of th ...[text shortened]... se slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
    I might have to resort to this since the freaking mice just eat the peanut butter and do not set off the trap (well, two met their neck snapping end anyway).
  11. Subscriber duecer
    anybody seen my
    12 May '09 19:11
    Originally posted by Sunburnt
    I might have to resort to this since the freaking mice just eat the peanut butter and do not set off the trap (well, two met their neck snapping end anyway).
    reminds me of the old adage: the early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese
  12. Subscriber duecer
    anybody seen my
    12 May '09 19:12
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of th ...[text shortened]... se slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
    when stitching ones slippers does one form them with the fur on the inside or out? *pleae say inside, please say inside, please say inside*
  13. Subscriber Seitse
    الحاجّ مالك الشباز
    12 May '09 19:52
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Chicharrones?
    Hey, recently deep fried chicharrones, inside a freshly cooked corn tortilla, covered with green "tomatillo" sauce... it's glory, my friend, I rell you: GLORY.

    Best "chicharrones" in the whole world are prepared in Michoacán.
  14. 12 May '09 22:56
    I came here looking for fire! I feel cheated.
  15. Donation kirksey957
    Outkast
    12 May '09 23:03
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    1 one gallon bucket
    1 coat hanger
    1 empty beer can
    1 3" wide, 2' long piece of wood
    2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
    Wire cutters
    Punch

    Straighten coat hanger and cutto a length that will span from side to side of the bucket.

    Pierce the can lengthwise so it spins freely on coat hanger wire.

    Attach can on the wire across the top of th ...[text shortened]... se slippers out of 30 medium sized mice. Mouse pelts are extraordinarily soft and comfortable.
    When I was a kid our house was infested with mice. My uncle came to the house with his special rat poison which was cornmeal and cement. The mice would eat the mixture and of course eventually drink water. You know the rest.