#1
I will never forget this, this was the scariest moment in my entire life.

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Anyone here also one time had to man up and do something he never would have done in a million years?
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#2
i once found a rat under a school desk. that was kinda cool. (it was dead )
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#3
Do you mean a palestinian?
They are human beings too you know.
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#4
I've had to kill baby birds before to put them out of their misery. It's a horrible feeling
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#5
How is it scary?

Back in England, I'd see them around my fishing pool.


I'd set up a road, bait it and cast it 20ft away from me. Soon enough, the rats would take my bait. I'd strike, hook the rat and then cast it into the lake, hoping a Pike ate it.



That, or I'd hook it and drown it by pulling the line tight, and holding it underwater.

It was my own form of lake pest control.
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#6
How did you kill it? I came here expecting an epic adventure, where upon at the end you stand as the marvelous and gloriously triumphant hero. Yet all I get is 'I killed a rat.'

I am disappoint.
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#7
Once a bird flew to one of the windows in our house. His wing was crippled so badly he couldn't fly off anymore. So I had to grab the shovel and save the poor thing the agony One of the worst moments in my life
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How is it scary?

Back in England, I'd see them around my fishing pool.


I'd set up a road, bait it and cast it 20ft away from me. Soon enough, the rats would take my bait. I'd strike, hook the rat and then cast it into the lake, hoping a Pike ate it.



That, or I'd hook it and drown it by pulling the line tight, and holding it underwater.

It was my own form of lake pest control.


DEAR LORD thats epic... original to say the least O.o
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#10
Dude, it was amazing. Unlike the fish, the rats were always biting.

Some days I had more fun killing rats lol
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I've had to kill baby birds before to put them out of their misery. It's a horrible feeling

me too

We almost saved a baby bird once, we even took him to a rehabilitation center, but he died soon afterwards, the lady running the center called us

Little birds are horribly fragile creatures, and when the mother discards them they have next to no chance of surviving
#13
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How did you kill it? I came here expecting an epic adventure, where upon at the end you stand as the marvelous and gloriously triumphant hero. Yet all I get is 'I killed a rat.'

I am disappoint.

Well, I got a broom and tried to catch it, I closed the door to my room and it was just me and him, he was really really quick but he was no match to my sweeping strike, eventually I just hit him once and he stood still then I just hit him a few more times and then he died a peaceful death, then I peed on him.
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Well, I got a broom and tried to catch it, I closed the door to my room and it was just me and him, he was really really quick but he was no match to my sweeping strike, eventually I just hit him once and he stood still then I just hit him a few more times and then he died a peaceful death, then I peed on him.


You call that peaceful?

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Dude, it was amazing. Unlike the fish, the rats were always biting.

Some days I had more fun killing rats lol


Ever tried possums? We've got too many of them here XD
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Ever tried possums? We've got too many of them here XD


As far as I know, England doesn't have Possums.

But we do over here in NZ.

I've been possum hunting at night with a torch, looking up trees. Its fun!
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#17
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I thought Israelian rats were just Palestinean spies?

Israelian?

wtf?

Who says that?
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Israelian?

wtf?

Who says that?





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#19
I killed a rat, you should be no problem, come at me bro.
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#22
Wrestling bears with bare hands? Now thats a feet... i mean feat
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#23
we once had a mouse running around my english classroom during class, twas hilarious, ive never seen a teacher jump on a table before, tbh I quite enjoyed it since the three girls at my table jumped on to the table aswell lol. Although the banana incident was even better........
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#24
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Do you mean a palestine?
They are human beings too you know.


A Palestine?

GbA...do you remember rats being as large as ****ing countries?

Holy ****....rats as big as Palestine...or even its left overs.
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A Palestine?

GbA...do you remember rats being as large as ****ing countries?

Holy ****....rats as big as Palestine...or even its left overs.

If they are rats, they are pretty big mother****ing rats.
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A Palestine?

GbA...do you remember rats being as large as ****ing countries?

Holy ****....rats as big as Palestine...or even its left overs.


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#30
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You call that peaceful?


Well, I could have beaten him to near death with my fists and then eat him alive, it's pretty peaceful.
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#33
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Chances of TS developing a thirst for blood?

Close to none, I have no desire for blood unless it's my own.
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#36
My first reaction after reading the title was to sing "...and I liked it."

I have no idea why.

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#39
we had a mouse problem in uni last year. killed about 5 with proper traps ( one was a DOUBLE KILL ) . but one caught in one of those "humane" sticky traps. not humane at all he was scared shitless and pulled half his fur off on the sticky stuff. I stamped on him to end his misery.

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