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A dying mouse's revenge by perfectbitch on 11 January 2006 6:29pm
 
I returned from shopping to find the house empty and the tv on. It was Richard and Judy (ugh) but Richard told a story on an elderly man in New Mexico who captured a mouse and threw it on a bonfire. The mouse was alight but managed to run back into the old man's house. The house burnt down!! Linz
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by suzulu on 11 January 2006 7:19pm
 
How horrid! Poor little mouse! The mouse got its vengeance.
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by Ahren on 11 January 2006 10:38pm
 
I read that! I found it in the paper, i thought it was SO funny!! Shows that you shoud always kill your mice before chucking them on bonfires!
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by riderofthepurplesage on 11 January 2006 11:20pm
 
And don't forget, there are other ways to cook rodents without chargrilling them!
Alan
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by Sophie-Louise on 11 January 2006 11:27pm
 
hahahaha serves the bastard right! poor mousey!
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by tucsonmike on 12 January 2006 7:19am
 
Now that is revenge! Sure the mouse isn't Sicillian? Then again, the Sicillian saying is "revenge is a dish best eaten cold."
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by purple on 12 January 2006 8:15am
 
Being a rat owner, this story brings a smile to my face. At least the poor thing got its revenge - serves the man right!
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by arty_farty on 12 January 2006 11:39am
 
see this proves that animals are intelligent. go mice!!!!
 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by Ellerd on 21 January 2006 11:39pm
 
Similar to a story here in Australia a while ago:

MAN BREAKS LEG WHILE KICKING SPIDER

A 19-year-old broke his leg in two places while kicking at a spider in the NSW Southern Highlands.

NRMA CareFlight said the teenager was flown to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition from a property 25km west of Mittagong after the incident involving a large huntsman spider before 1pm (AEDT) on Thursday.

The force of the man's kick at the spider broke his right leg in two places and also killed the spider.

The Huntsman is listed by the Australian Museum as being a relatively harmless species, although the Badge Huntsman can cause pain, headache, vomiting and an irregular pulse.

© 2006 AAP

 
Re: A dying mouse's revenge by Ellerd on 21 January 2006 11:40pm
 
Similar to a story here in Australia a while ago:

MAN BREAKS LEG WHILE KICKING SPIDER

A 19-year-old broke his leg in two places while kicking at a spider in the NSW Southern Highlands.

NRMA CareFlight said the teenager was flown to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition from a property 25km west of Mittagong after the incident involving a large huntsman spider before 1pm (AEDT) on Thursday.

The force of the man's kick at the spider broke his right leg in two places and also killed the spider.

The Huntsman is listed by the Australian Museum as being a relatively harmless species, although the Badge Huntsman can cause pain, headache, vomiting and an irregular pulse.

© 2006 AAP

 
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