Man vs. Mouse

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Marigold
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Re: Man vs. Mouse

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Ruth (BYM's wife) has sent me this link. I think you'd like to see it, Rick. It's your sort of thing. Thank you, Ruth!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-englan ... eaky-clean
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Yes, that is totally unfathomable! - unless, maybe, trying to hide the treasure horde of nuts? To a mouse a screw like that must be like picking up a length of railway track in your teeth!
Fantastic. Thanks also Ruth
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Perhaps it's working on a man trap to trap humans, the ultimate mouse revenge. Or an explosive device :D
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It's stockpiling in case a no-deal Brexit leaves it screwed.
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:lol: :lol: :lol:
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They can be eliminated. This "mighty Mouse" met it's demise in a Fenn Mark4

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When we lived in Yorkshire the cats used to bring in live wood mice and let them go in the kitchen. Some times OH could catch them in a jam jar and take them outside but sometimes not. We bought one of those see-through box mousetraps but never caught anything.
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