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(New Zealand Herald)   "He grabbed a mouse from a woman's cleavage, pretended to eat it, and killed it in the process"   (nzherald.co.nz) divider line 73
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2008-10-17 08:10:03 AM
Was it a titmouse?
 
2008-10-17 08:25:15 AM
....two things come to mind here....

1) It's a damn mouse. You don't get charged for cruelty when you put out a sticky trap and they get caught and starve, or feed them neurotoxins, or snap their little necks after baiting them, etc. Why, exactly, is what he did a problem, other than the fact that someone who found it disturbing saw it (presumably the woman in whose cleavage the mouse was resting)?

2) How the hell did a mouse get in a woman's cleavage?
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2008-10-17 09:18:59 AM
How the hell did a mouse get in a woman's cleavage?

Maybe it slipped and fell.

farm2.static.flickr.com

(Yeah, that's technically not a mouse. So sue me. Thumbnail-sized to appease our friendly-to-advertisers overlords.)
 
2008-10-17 09:40:15 AM
Sounds like he deserves the [HERO] tag if you ask me.

/you didn't.
 
2008-10-17 09:41:48 AM
I find it interesting that the author/editor of the news item felt nobody would be interested to know why there was a mouse in the woman's clevage........ but we would be interested to know about his killer boating history.
 
2008-10-17 09:41:56 AM
Was it Minnie Mouse? If so, this whole thing would make more sense.

www.tubearoo.com

/Slowly
 
2008-10-17 09:42:43 AM
I don't care who you are, that's a T-Shirt right there.
 
2008-10-17 09:43:26 AM
I first read it as moose and was quite confused
 
2008-10-17 09:43:28 AM
Also, what does this have to do with the death of his two children? Is the article trying to imply that he's negligent enough to have killed them?
 
2008-10-17 09:43:31 AM
really? He got nailed because he killed a mouse?

All those rodent terminators better watch out...
 
2008-10-17 09:43:41 AM
Just to point this out again, how could the article NOT go into explicit detail as to HOW a mouse got there to being with?

Maybe he was doing her a favor?
 
2008-10-17 09:45:06 AM
FTA "Last year his two children drowned when his boat sank in the Hauraki Gulf and Rowles has pleaded not guilty to operating a vessel causing unnecessary danger or risk."

Sinking boats, drowning his children and killing tit-mice. This guy has quite the eclectic life.
 
2008-10-17 09:45:08 AM
Monkey MKIII: I don't care who you are, that's a T-Shirt right there.

Came here to say this. I'll be moving on then...
 
2008-10-17 09:47:42 AM
"He grabbed a mouse from a woman's cleavage, pretended to eat it, and killed it in the process"

Well, yes, I heard there were talks about shooting a new version of "V"
 
2008-10-17 09:48:55 AM
what what?
 
2008-10-17 09:48:58 AM
cleavage thread? (It had to be said.)
 
2008-10-17 09:49:05 AM
Does the article say if Lennie got his rabbit farm or not?

/obscure?
 
2008-10-17 09:49:16 AM
And his Fark handle is???
 
2008-10-17 09:49:59 AM
Where's that picture of a kitten in a woman's cleavage? Maybe it was looking for that mouse.
 
2008-10-17 09:52:44 AM
Monkey MKIII: I don't care who you are, that's a T-Shirt right there.

Thanks for the suggestion, Larry.
 
2008-10-17 09:52:50 AM
Prometheus1123: Does the article say if Lennie got his rabbit farm or not?

/obscure?


DEFINITELY NOT.

/This is FAAAAAAAAAARK.
//I need more coffee.
 
2008-10-17 09:53:51 AM
Prometheus1123: Does the article say if Lennie got his rabbit farm or not?

/obscure?


You've got to be joking.
 
2008-10-17 09:54:23 AM
/afk reading "Flowers for Algernon"
 
2008-10-17 09:56:15 AM
notmtwain: Was it a titmouse?

Came in for that, I leave my contribution...

www.everythingweird.com

Boobs for a mouse - sort of NSFW (new window)
 
kin
2008-10-17 09:58:43 AM
Lennie?
 
2008-10-17 09:59:48 AM
Prometheus1123: Does the article say if Lennie got his rabbit farm or not?

/obscure?


No, George.
 
2008-10-17 10:04:41 AM
he grabbed a mouse from a woman's cleavage

Why would anybody want to have a mouse in their cleavage. I don't care even if it is cute!
 
2008-10-17 10:05:39 AM
Came here for the woman with the cat asleep in her bust picture, disappointed.

Don't worry, these things happen to everyone.
 
2008-10-17 10:05:54 AM
Mista Jangles likes to run laps round those areolas...
 
2008-10-17 10:08:22 AM
What was the mouse doing in her cleavage, you ask?

Motorboatin'
 
2008-10-17 10:08:57 AM
Sounds like it was perhaps her pet mouse (which only slightly explains the cleavage situation), in which case, yeah, I can imagine she'd be pretty upset that this guy grabbed and killed her little buddy.
 
2008-10-17 10:09:05 AM
www.the-reel-mccoy.com

Wanted for questioning.
 
2008-10-17 10:10:05 AM
Was it a chocolate mouse that had to be retrieved without the use of hands ?

/Came here for the cleavage pics
//Grumble
 
2008-10-17 10:11:01 AM
bride_of_adam_cole: Monkey MKIII: I don't care who you are, that's a T-Shirt right there.

Thanks for the suggestion, Larry.


Right you are, Ken.
 
2008-10-17 10:16:56 AM
notmtwain: Was it a titmouse?


WIN
 
2008-10-17 10:18:01 AM
Kyndig: ....two things come to mind here....

1) It's a damn mouse. You don't get charged for cruelty when you put out a sticky trap and they get caught and starve, or feed them neurotoxins, or snap their little necks after baiting them, etc. Why, exactly, is what he did a problem, other than the fact that someone who found it disturbing saw it (presumably the woman in whose cleavage the mouse was resting)?

2) How the hell did a mouse get in a woman's cleavage?


Except for the second point, THIS. I only used a sticky trap once and the mouse ripped off one or two of its feet trying to get out and eventually bled to death. I'm generally a soul less bastard, don't get me wrong, but even that bothered me a bit. (the second part happens all the time around me.... strange that)

Really though, did anyone finish the article. Two of his kids drowned last year (not related to drugs or booze) and they tried to bring him up on charges for that to. Me thinks somebody pissed off a DA
 
2008-10-17 10:21:49 AM
you really couldn't blame this guy for being somewhat disturbed. i hope he gets some help
 
2008-10-17 10:22:58 AM
Kyndig: It's a damn mouse. You don't get charged for cruelty when you put out a sticky trap and they get caught and starve, or feed them neurotoxins, or snap their little necks after baiting them, etc. Why, exactly, is what he did a problem, other than the fact that someone who found it disturbing saw it (presumably the woman in whose cleavage the mouse was resting)?

It was probably her pet.
 
2008-10-17 10:24:53 AM
I feel sorry for this guy. He's in court for accidentally killing a mouse while drunk after he allegedly accidentally killed his two kids, which he is also in court for.

He's had a crappy year.
 
2008-10-17 10:25:11 AM
sofarsogoodsowhat: cleavage thread? (It had to be said.)

Sure, why not:

www.bostonherald.com

googlegirls.files.wordpress.com
(The face... Either is shopped or...)

www.complex.com

upload.wikimedia.org

thesuperficial.com
 
2008-10-17 10:27:01 AM
My first thought was that it might have been a sugar glider, which I suppose an idiot could mistake for a mouse. Many owners carry them around in their cleavage.
 
2008-10-17 10:27:16 AM
He just wanted to pet it.
 
2008-10-17 10:28:20 AM
booger42: What was the mouse doing in her cleavage, you ask?

Motorboatin'


Ooo, could you do an animated gif please?
 
2008-10-17 10:28:39 AM
Helios1182: My first thought was that it might have been a sugar glider, which I suppose an idiot could mistake for a mouse. Many owners carry them around in their cleavage.

Everytime I go to a flee market I always want to buy one of those things. But I just don't know how easy it would be to take care of it.
 
2008-10-17 10:33:50 AM
Helios1182: My first thought was that it might have been a sugar glider, which I suppose an idiot could mistake for a mouse. Many owners carry them around in their cleavage.

I needed to see it (never saw one)

www.gotpetsonline.com

Awwwwwwww.

/DO WANT
//But my dogs would kill it
///They have a penchant for killing & eating small animals
IV/ mice, birds, grasshoppers, mormons
 
2008-10-17 10:36:18 AM
Fano: He just wanted to pet it.

Tell me again about them mouses, George.
 
2008-10-17 10:36:27 AM
littlett's: Helios1182: My first thought was that it might have been a sugar glider, which I suppose an idiot could mistake for a mouse. Many owners carry them around in their cleavage.

Everytime I go to a flee market I always want to buy one of those things. But I just don't know how easy it would be to take care of it.


They can be a lot of work from what I've read (still haven't purchased one). They need a fairly large cage, lots of attention, and a strange diet. I'd be weary of purchasing one at a flee market also.
 
2008-10-17 10:43:17 AM
*sigh*

Mistress™ will occasionally carry mice or neonate rescue animals in her cleavage. Its a warm, safe, and quiet environment for them.

Thats not all she carries though, so I can assure you that anyone who grabbed an animal from her and killed it would not be getting far.

Never thought I would read about rack mice on Fark *g*
 
2008-10-17 10:47:15 AM
Of course it would depend on your circle of friends, but some might find the odor emanating from the boobies, if that is where one carried the critter, not attractive.
 
2008-10-17 10:48:17 AM
farm3.static.flickr.com

Mr. Jingles still thinks he's a prick.
 
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