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FedUpWithJudgementalPeople Fri 01-Jan-16 03:25:37

Happy new year all! Arrived home tonight to a fecking mouse.

Have locked it in my bedroom and am freaking out a bit shock

Also a drunk guy on the train asked me if I was my bfs (older) sister, then said he thought I was his mum. Bf fresh faced but I wouldn't say I look in my 60's.Why are people such twats? Surreal evening.

AnotherTimeMaybe Fri 01-Jan-16 05:27:01

Is it stil in your bedroom? Can't you ask db to come and sort it? If you try to sleep it won't go near you for sure
Re the drunk chap I wouldn't worry about it he only said it to piss you off!!
Anyway those train lights always make us look a bit shite, doesn't reflect reality

Ditsy4 Sat 02-Jan-16 16:18:07

I got asked that and the guy was sober I was with my friend I am eight years older than her. He said are you her mum. I never feel like punching anyone but I did want to that day. Get some poison there will be more than one. If you go down the humane box route take it more than a mile and a half away or it will be back!

TondelayaDellaVentamiglia Sat 02-Jan-16 16:22:37

get to a hardware store and get some snap traps, run them along the edge of the room, bait them with sticky stuff...peanut butter, jam, chocolate

humane traps are NOT humane.....mice cannot function outside of their known territory so relocating them means they die of fright or starvation..not exactly humane.

FedUpWithJudgementalPeople Sat 02-Jan-16 20:15:15

The mouse has disappeared! I have pulled everything out in the room but no sign. I have set a couple of traps also.

I am just not going to think about the train wanker! Prick! Just don't understand why people say stuff like that even if they are thinking it.

AuntieStella Sat 02-Jan-16 20:18:36

Maybe you could fantasies about poisoning the train man whilst actually poisoning the mouse?

FedUpWithJudgementalPeople Sat 02-Jan-16 20:19:40

Haha, good idea grin

Ditsy4 Sun 03-Jan-16 01:05:46

Stand corrected but it was a vet that told me to take it away. My daughter didn't like the idea of killing them. I don't either but I don't like waking up to them rustling and chewing stuff in my bedroom or the thought of them in the food cupboard. We live in the country were everyone has mice!

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