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2014-08-10 02:28:33 PM  
That vile, disgusting creature would have flattened itself out and crawled under the door if it really wanted to get in the room.  Don't be fooled.
 
2014-08-10 04:06:56 PM  
My dog does this. Don't know why more people don't go this route, instead of having them scratching the door, barking, etc.
 
2014-08-10 04:07:30 PM  
Raymond and his love of cheese

Seems appropriate....
 
2014-08-10 04:10:02 PM  
My neighbor's cat would hop up on their porch handrail and ring the doorbell.
 
2014-08-10 05:46:17 PM  
Unfortunately, the bell was attached by string to the toe of a man in a bathtub who, having been awakened, dropped a bowling ball that rolled down rails until it contacted the trigger of a lighter that lit a candle that burned through a rope that caused a shoe to swing across the room, hitting a lamp that knocked over and rolled across a switch that cause a cage to ratchet down a pole, trapping the mouse who sat and watched the whole thing patiently.
 
2014-08-10 06:06:21 PM  
If you give a mouse a clacker, then he'll want a separate entrance.
 
2014-08-10 06:16:48 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: My dog does this. Don't know why more people don't go this route, instead of having them scratching the door, barking, etc.


When I was a kid, my parents installed a thin piece of metal on the door to the back door because the dog would scratch the shiat out of it when he wanted to come in.  I'm not sure which was worse looking - the scratches on the door or the farking sheet metal covering half the door.

There actually was a bell too, but that was installed about 5 and a half feet up with a very short string.  The dog never figured it out.

But, this was a stupid farking mouse.  It sees the closed door and has to think for a minute to remember that playing with the bells makes the door open and you see how it pauses once it's let in?  If the owner weren't so careful that mouse would lose its tail.

And people who willingly let vermin into their homes are stupid too.  Can you even house train rodents?  I bet they shiat and piss all over the place and you can see damage from where it gnawed on the baseboards.

Rodents should be fed to snakes which shouldn't be considered pets either.
 
2014-08-10 06:48:43 PM  

gfid: Barricaded Gunman: My dog does this. Don't know why more people don't go this route, instead of having them scratching the door, barking, etc.

When I was a kid, my parents installed a thin piece of metal on the door to the back door because the dog would scratch the shiat out of it when he wanted to come in.  I'm not sure which was worse looking - the scratches on the door or the farking sheet metal covering half the door.

There actually was a bell too, but that was installed about 5 and a half feet up with a very short string.  The dog never figured it out.

But, this was a stupid farking mouse.  It sees the closed door and has to think for a minute to remember that playing with the bells makes the door open and you see how it pauses once it's let in?  If the owner weren't so careful that mouse would lose its tail.

And people who willingly let vermin into their homes are stupid too.  Can you even house train rodents?  I bet they shiat and piss all over the place and you can see damage from where it gnawed on the baseboards.

Rodents should be fed to snakes which shouldn't be considered pets either.


You can house-train rats and guinea pigs, not sure about mice.
 
2014-08-10 08:22:34 PM  

gfid: Barricaded Gunman: My dog does this. Don't know why more people don't go this route, instead of having them scratching the door, barking, etc.

When I was a kid, my parents installed a thin piece of metal on the door to the back door because the dog would scratch the shiat out of it when he wanted to come in.  I'm not sure which was worse looking - the scratches on the door or the farking sheet metal covering half the door.

There actually was a bell too, but that was installed about 5 and a half feet up with a very short string.  The dog never figured it out.

But, this was a stupid farking mouse.  It sees the closed door and has to think for a minute to remember that playing with the bells makes the door open and you see how it pauses once it's let in?  If the owner weren't so careful that mouse would lose its tail.

And people who willingly let vermin into their homes are stupid too.  Can you even house train rodents?  I bet they shiat and piss all over the place and you can see damage from where it gnawed on the baseboards.

Rodents should be fed to snakes which shouldn't be considered pets either.


Rats are smarter, cleaner, and more easily trained than children.
 
2014-08-10 08:40:06 PM  
I thought that said moose at first.

Not a bad idea, and much better than it knowing at the wood until someone lets it in.

Our do just barks until we let her back in.
 
2014-08-10 08:42:49 PM  
gfid:Can you even house train rodents?

A roommate had an albino rat that would nibble on one of your fingernails when it had to "go".  You put it in its box, it did its thing, then hopped back out again.

Awesomest rodent I ever knew.  Sadly, albino rats only live for few years.
 
2014-08-10 09:07:26 PM  
My cat just learned to open the refrigerator. Thus begins a new, darker age.
 
2014-08-10 10:07:43 PM  
i.imgur.com

... is waiting behind the door.
 
2014-08-10 10:28:55 PM  

awfulperson: Unfortunately, the bell was attached by string to the toe of a man in a bathtub who, having been awakened, dropped a bowling ball that rolled down rails until it contacted the trigger of a lighter that lit a candle that burned through a rope that caused a shoe to swing across the room, hitting a lamp that knocked over and rolled across a switch that cause a cage to ratchet down a pole, trapping the mouse who sat and watched the whole thing patiently.



(bows deep and low)
 
2014-08-10 11:10:36 PM  

Mister Peejay: gfid:Can you even house train rodents?

A roommate had an albino rat that would nibble on one of your fingernails when it had to "go".  You put it in its box, it did its thing, then hopped back out again.

Awesomest rodent I ever knew.  Sadly, albino rats only live for few years.


I can only imagine.  It's 3 AM and I'm having a dream about a sexy Vietnamese manicurist doing my nails and I wake up and realize it's a rat instead and it wanted to pee.
 
2014-08-11 04:39:30 AM  

LockeOak: My cat just learned to open the refrigerator. Thus begins a new, darker age.


You should probably get a stronger seal on your fridge door.

Either that or a weaker cat.
 
2014-08-11 04:58:29 AM  
We had a dog that would crap on the floor to let us know she wanted to go outside. Eventually she trained us to let her out before she crapped.
 
2014-08-11 08:26:29 AM  

Barricaded Gunman: My dog does this. Don't know why more people don't go this route, instead of having them scratching the door, barking, etc.


Mine too, well one of them anyway.

Real simple, hang a bell and whenever you go to let the dog out, make sure they see you ring the bell with your foot or use their foot to ring it. They will get the point eventually.

We did have to work with changing the height of the bell because the dog won't hit it with his foot, it had to be high enough to hit it with his nose before he started to use it.
 
2014-08-11 09:17:42 AM  
My wife loves loves loves mice (except for Mickey), but she has no compunction about taking all sorts
of measures to keep them out of our house because she knows that they can't be house trained.

Even still:  when we found an entire nest of dead baby mice in our garden shed one spring because they
had nibbled into a bag of MiracleGro, she did feel really bad.
 
2014-08-11 09:19:45 AM  
Had a cat that figured out how to jump up and open the glass knobs on the bedroom doors with her paws.  She also figured out how to flip the lever in the bathtub to make the drain close so that the dripping faucet made a nice puddle to play in and drink out of.  The bad part was that she figured out how to open the kitchen cupboards. I hated those stupid plastic childproof cupboard locks from the 1980's!
 
2014-08-11 11:45:57 AM  

Bob The Nob: [i.imgur.com image 720x400]

... is waiting behind the door.


fark you Percy.
 
2014-08-11 12:14:57 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: Bob The Nob: [i.imgur.com image 720x400]

... is waiting behind the door.

fark you Percy.


For me, Doug Hutchison has a permanent taint due to that role.  He needs to play a guy who saves the world or something.
 
2014-08-11 01:18:07 PM  

Bob The Nob: Jim from Saint Paul: Bob The Nob: [i.imgur.com image 720x400]

... is waiting behind the door.

fark you Percy.

For me, Doug Hutchison has a permanent taint due to that role.  He needs to play a guy who saves the world or something.


Well, in real life, he saved a delusional plastic famewhore from obscurity and anonymity. So, there's that.
 
2014-08-11 06:24:53 PM  
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