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I was randomly flicking through the news just now when this headline popped up.
Yes, I did a double take.
All this guy needed to do was swing it against a wall to stun it before burning it alive (or just wring it's neck, I mean its a mouse! How hard is it?) and he wouldn't be in the hardship (not to mention the constant ribbing he must be getting) he is now.
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Serves him right for doing something as inhumane as that. Being burned alive isn't fast or pleasent, I commend that mouse for his heroic death throws.
... only triumph could turn pooing his pants into a good thing..
Maybe he didn't have the guts to kill it with his own hands? Quite stupid to have a leaf fire burning during a very dry season. They don't allow that over here ;S
Quess he wont be throwing mice into fires again. Seriously though would it not have been simpler (And more humane) to just break the mouses neck or even just releasing it outside somewhere.
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Stupid, if he is going to start a fire in a dry season and lob a mouse into it he is asking for trouble.
Yes, he should've considered the possibility that the mouse will run away from the fire and torch his house.
Honestly, I can see how someone would fail to forsee the mouse jumping out of the flames and running into your house, thus setting your house on fire. I really can. Given a live mouse and a burning pile of leaves, I probably wouldn't predict something like that happening, or even suspect it. It's a bit outside of my regular set of experiences.
Of course, I probably wouldn't have an open pile of leaves burning.
Or throw a live mouse into the fire.
Especially if it was especially dry out.
Always expect the unexpected....