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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Libby, Aug 4, 2017.
Deffo won enough like, double with arsenal, 3 big ears with us, plus more.
My old man has raved about him in the past.
Loved him in Neighbours. RIP.
That still goin?
Probably not now he’s dead.
Players I grew up with, double with Arsenal in the early 70's, practically unheard of back then unlike today. Probably played in the best Liverpool sides ever back then or certainly with some of the greatest players.
Yeah I got some proper one feed kill stuff.... It being dead is all I care about.. Its just a small external building.
I feel bad for it but it's not taken the live traps... Its a cool customer and I don't want a bigger problem.. Kill one or two or kill **** loads, so the little ****ers got to disintegrate from the inside out.
Roys deffo banging some bricks through to next doors loft to drill holes and perve.
Or hes growing weed.
Even better bro, set up the grow in next doors loft
I hope it dies in his hoose
Glue boards are the way forward, mate
Yeah I saw them but thought it was too cruel
It is if you leave them to die. It catches them straightway and then you just get like a coffee jar and whack it down on their heads to end it. Don't do it to hard though or they explode.
It just traps them it doesn't hurt them.
The rodents in Munse gaf...
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There's going to be 50 odd thousands rats at St James Park tonight. Now that's an outbreak.
Yeah true. Well it's too late now.. Poor ****ers going to die a slow and painful death.
I think it's just one scouting for food, so I'm hoping it takes a block back to its nest which will be near-by. That way its family will all dissolve too.
I honestly feel sorry for it I tried a few lines traps, but it ate every put of peanut butter around them and left the bait on the traps.
A few days and it'll be history
Traps are a waste of time. The young ones don't even set them off.
I highly doubt you have just one, btw. I'd definitely put a couple glue boards down and check on them to see if anything else shows up.
He's probably got starlings coming up through the eaves, taking the food and he thinks it's rats.