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Forum topic by Dan'um Style posted 401 days ago 861 views 0 times favorited 10 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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401 days ago

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#1 posted 401 days ago

If this was up sized it could used as a diet tool, but how could you get all of those fat people out of the tub.

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#2 posted 401 days ago

Cool! Next week we’ll see this on American Ninja!!

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#3 posted 401 days ago

That could work with politicians

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#4 posted 401 days ago

Thats funny.

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#5 posted 401 days ago

Looks like peanut butter on the bottle. You have to have water in the bottom of the bucket so the critter can’t jump out. My mother-in-law had rats in her garage. We used traps, D-Con poison, etc, to no avail. I finally spent $40 on an electronic trap, which also did not work, even with bacon in it. We finally left it empty due to failure. My middle son tried pulling the bait out and got zapped. Be careful with those electronic traps. I took about 6 hours before he felt like his feeling came back to his hand. A rat walked (?) right in after the trap was emptied and got zorched. Go figure.

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#6 posted 401 days ago

my uncle uses those for killing rats on his farm. The rats try to get the food and they fall into the bucket filled with water and they drown.
+1 on Jamie’s idea

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#7 posted 401 days ago

I want to build a bigger one for squirrels and yappy dogs.

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#8 posted 401 days ago

This one McMansion we were working on had lots of mice. I made something similar Every AM there was 10 or more mice in it.

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#9 posted 399 days ago

I think a politician might just fall for that trap.
All they can see is the goodies at the end regardless of the perils.

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#10 posted 399 days ago

+1 ….squirrels, yappy dogs and politicians

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