Squirrel Killer Extraordinaire — 17 Comments

  1. No, I don’t know, and don’t want to know. But I am pleased that you kill the tree rats and wish you continued good hunting. Do you use a five iron from a car too?

  2. Okay, now that I’ve finally stopped laughing enough that I can type again, I’ll comment.

    Tripped over your camo pants, eh? I do that all the time, man. All the time.

    The only thing that would’ve made that picture better, was if you had put little x’s on his eyes. I’d have fallen out of my chair for sure then. As it was, I just teetered a little, lol.

  3. If you eat part of my house, I will hunt down any member of your family! I won’t say kill because that’s going too far, unless you are descended from squirrels.

  4. YIKES…he definitely looks like he’s had better days. Remind me never to get in the way of your five iron. I guess he didn’t know who he was dealing with, did he?

    As we always say when we see a little critter killed on the street….”Shhh, he’s sleeping.”

  5. Why yes! I googled ‘plug in yokes’ and found this:

    It’s the beez neez I tells ya! It works on many wee beasties. Problem is, that I can hear it too sometimes, it drives me crazy. I have to sit far away from it which is a bummer because I meet up with all the spiders and rats and squirells who are avoiding it too.

  6. *sob* poor little critter. What you need is one of them plug in yokes that emit a constant very high pitched whistle. I use them for spiders and mice as we’re surrounded by fields. Yes it works!

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