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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post


    This is funny, but I'm going to pick it apart in the spirit of gool old NT fun and humor....



    Not normal behavior at all indeed! Someone had obviously been feeding them. Were you eating at the time or carrying food?


    Maybe there was a nest nearby it was "defending." I suggest a simple hat as an adequate defense. Besides, the bird was actually being nice to you. They've been known to engage in certain *ahem* "biological warfare" tactics.


    That is strange, but you probably won't deny that your bed is the warmest coziest place in the house. It's also a sign you need to seal any external openings which are large enough to fit a pencil eraser with expanding foam sealant.


    Good going, ya cruel, cold-hearted NT! :steam: Care to share any incriminating details? Some of us balance our N with our T you know.


    Why? Were you hungry?

    Sealing for the mice should seal out the Reptilians.


    Ouch. Black widow in a pile of firewood perhaps? That's a classic hideout for them.


    No, but your fear and lack of understanding of it has already gotten you.

    Edit: By the way, if you think you have problems now, just remember that nature could get even scarier.

    Brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    At night I can hear the sounds of nature closing in upon me. As though at any moment I will come to understand the meaning behind these random events. I am not sure that I want to know.
    Are you sure you're not an ENFJ? I like ENFJ's, but they are typically the most likely to have a fear or dislike of the outdoors.

    I think your perception is clouded and biased against nature by the smog of civilization. Really, nature is an interesting and fun challenge just like anything else in life to be explored.

    You should try sleeping out under the stars or in the wilderness (photos here) sometime.

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    How has your mouse problem been going? I know a few pointers on how to keep them at bay. Are you squeamish?
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    I haven't slept well in days. At night I can hear the sounds of nature closing in upon me. As though at any moment I will come to understand the meaning behind these random events. I am not sure that I want to know. What does it hold? This is messing with my mind. Any time I feel the wind gently brush across me arm I jump in fright. Am I loosing my grip? I woke in the morning to find a scratch on my neck. I could have sworn it wasn't there before. Was it them? They must die. I fear the worst. Rabies.... the Plauge. I am watching myself for signs of erratic behavior........it is not looking good. I stand tall and shout to nature "Can't we just agree to disagree?!" As I rock myself to sleep I repeat to myself "battles my friend, not war" I must win.........must.


    Stupid mice with their "I am so cool I can collapse my skeleton and invade your dwelling!" attitude. Technically they were dead the second they decided to enter my unit.
    We're watching you.

    With our beady little eyes, we're watching you.


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    Now the mice have even crept into your thread! You cannot escape.


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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    We're watching you.

    With our beady little eyes, we're watching you.

    You and your other furry friends better be warey if she decides to take my advice...
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    Oooh, we're, like, SO scared!

    Go poop in a sandbox, fleabag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Oooh, we're, like, SO scared!

    Go poop in a sandbox, fleabag!
    *hiss*
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    Nature Log:

    After putting abundant sticky traps all over the house I started to become connfident that my problem would finally be sloved and nature and I could once again live peacefully. After a half good night sleep I awoke with enthusiasm at the thought of chucking the mice over the back fence but was extremly dissapointed to find that the traps, though moved, remained vacant.

    To get the thought out of my head for a while I accompanied a friend to the corner market with the intention of quenching my increasingly annoying thirst and bouncing ideas off of her to gain clarity. It wasn't until I shouted in the middle of the store that "Real friends risk the chance of Rabies!" that I recieved the weird look giving away the fact that the mice must have gotten to her before I did. I began to sweat but didn't blow my cover that I knew. Then she did something unexpected. She bought me my ten shot espresso coffee so that I could regain my strength. After deliberation I have decided that she has not turned, but am watching her closely.

    I have started to reconsider plans for more aggressive tactics. After mulling over the information regarding foam sealant the answer became clear. I have now located a proffesional pair of infrared goggles and my best winter fur. The plan is to sit silently disguised in a dark room decorated with various gormet cheeses while steadily holding a shot gun. I remain opptimistic.

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    Good old spring trap. Mash some bread into the bait holder then toast it - no burning, just toast. The toasting will hold the bread in there and make it reusable for multiple captures. I recommend placings of behind the garbage can, behind the fridge and in the pantry. I've been able to catch two mice with one trap in the space of 12 hours using this method.
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