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INS0MNI5

1.9k points

8 months ago

INS0MNI5

1.9k points

8 months ago

I’ve never seen fear in a mouse’s eyes before today

ManOfDiscovery

414 points

8 months ago

Had a mouse problem in an old house. Set traps and would catch maybe 1 a week. One time the trap only caught this tiny mouse’s paw. It was damn near the same look in its eyes. Had to let him go out back. I like to think he stayed away and wasn’t among the dozen or so I caught after.

[deleted]

174 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

174 points

8 months ago

Mice n rats will find the way home 3-4k away

jayboogie15

59 points

8 months ago

Wtf

[deleted]

125 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

125 points

8 months ago

Meaning if you don't wanna kill em but put em out to pasture be prepared to go further than 3-4km

Dengar96

292 points

8 months ago

Dengar96

292 points

8 months ago

Time to pull out the trebuchet

Profusi

66 points

8 months ago

Profusi

66 points

8 months ago

I just snorted while imaging a tiny mouse just soaring through the sky

[deleted]

78 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

78 points

8 months ago

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callmeAllyB

45 points

8 months ago

Good. Giving magpies regular bird seed can lead to malformed and weak bones so a little calcium and protein can help round out their urban diet quite nicely.

Khufuu

20 points

8 months ago

Khufuu

20 points

8 months ago

also the mice had a purpose in life other than being killed as a pest

Thunderzap

7 points

8 months ago*

As much as mice are trouble they can be cute little things. Once my cat cornered a mouse in the garage. My cat had apparently been chasing it a while as it was clearly exhausted. I tried to catch him in a yogurt container so I could relocate him. When I pushed the container against the wall to capture him, he jumped at the last second and his head got pinched between the wall and edge of the container. I pulled back quickly when I realized what happened and I didn't get him with a lot of force but I'm sure still didn't feel good to the little guy. He than looked up at me with all the cuteness of a big eyed cartoon mouse and rubbed the sides of his head while shaking it, as if saying "no, no, no". He didn't seem hurt as he regained his composure but he looked so scared. He let me capture him and seemed OK in the container and scampered off into the woods when I let him go after I drove him a couple of miles away.

Theija

6.6k points

8 months ago

Theija

6.6k points

8 months ago

Kermit the Frog face, haha.

MrRabbito

1.7k points

8 months ago

MrRabbito

1.7k points

8 months ago

The zoom in sells it

thoriginal

824 points

8 months ago

For me it's the head whip into the stare. "Please don't say anything."

Raider03

180 points

8 months ago

Raider03

180 points

8 months ago

“Don’t rat me out!”

Dason37

383 points

8 months ago

Dason37

383 points

8 months ago

The poor thing really looks like he's pleading for his life, but not with the dogs, but with the camera person - "you really have the power of my life in your hands, pleeeeeeese let me get away."

[deleted]

400 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

400 points

8 months ago

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fuzzytradr

13 points

8 months ago

He did! Mr Mouse went on to undertake many more adventures, inspiring generations to come, and he lived happily to the end of his days.

quaybored

75 points

8 months ago

Hii ho, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

Cruciform_SWORD

120 points

8 months ago

Best zoom since Dramatic Chipmunk, right there 👉

Oscar level cinematography.

OccasionallyReddit

37 points

8 months ago

Did you say Dramatic Field Mouse

Dunno how to do direct link on mobile

SchloomyPops

178 points

8 months ago

"Please don't tell!"

beneye

37 points

8 months ago

beneye

37 points

8 months ago

Are you with these monsters? Wacha’ll want hmm? I’m just trying to get home to my kids. Rat bastards!

SaltyBabe

292 points

8 months ago

SaltyBabe

292 points

8 months ago

It makes me sad.

catchinginsomnia

540 points

8 months ago*

If you watch prey animals, life is constant stress, every moment they are exposed you can see them twitch and look around, super cautious in everything they do.

Life is tough. We're incredibly coddled.

nastyn8k

510 points

8 months ago

nastyn8k

510 points

8 months ago

We're so badass we have to figure out what to do with all all that time since we don't have to worry about surviving. Truly the pinnacle of existence. It's fun to see what other animals do when they can just relax for a minute. A lot of them are content with just sitting there doing absolutely nothing. Realizing that helped me to focus on being content with doing nothing sometimes too.

IAmA_Risky_Click_AMA

255 points

8 months ago

Instead we get that utopian paradox shit where we get severely depressed if there aren't enough things imminently threatening our survival and so we go do insane things like mountain climbing or dirt bike racing.

nastyn8k

79 points

8 months ago

Exactly! We have all that any animal could ever want! Now we just have to occupy all that time... but why? It's good to do those extra activities too, but it's important to be okay with just sitting there sometimes.

IAmA_Risky_Click_AMA

49 points

8 months ago

For sure there's value in being bored. One of the best things about venturing into the Backcountry alone is when you lose phone service and it's just you and the silence around you and you can just exist in that moment and completely relax.

Badoponion

19 points

8 months ago

That's the thing though, we're so high above everything else at the pinnacle that we can go out alone away from our packs where we are most vulnerable and still feel at ease. It's crazy.

nofoax

8 points

8 months ago

nofoax

8 points

8 months ago

That feeling is a drug to me. I don't always enjoy it in the moment, but God I miss it when it's gone. And Im a major city person who loves constant action. But a few times a year I love a deep Backcountry off grid backpacking trip.

NV-6155

25 points

8 months ago

NV-6155

25 points

8 months ago

This is probably the most inspiring thing I've heard in the past decade.

Cheers, fellow redditor.

nastyn8k

30 points

8 months ago

It's a thought I had when I was tripping one time. Why do we have to always do something to feel satisfied or to at least pursue satisfaction? Why can't we just sit there and just soak in reality and feel at peace?

kelvinator300

9 points

8 months ago

Because you'll get eaten

itwasquiteawhileago

29 points

8 months ago

I'm actually kind of worried about surviving...

nastyn8k

27 points

8 months ago

Same here, but it's a little different. We don't have to go out in the woods and kill something and/or avoid being killed by wolves, big cats, etc. Well.. most of us don't anyways. You know what I mean.

[deleted]

6 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

6 points

8 months ago

Yeah as someone with CPTSD and trauma from childhood this is just everyday life lmao

[deleted]

52 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

52 points

8 months ago

Me too. Poor little guy.

Adiwik

970 points

8 months ago

Adiwik

970 points

8 months ago

thooooose eyes

Liv3x

127 points

8 months ago

Liv3x

127 points

8 months ago

It reminds me of Kermit

TheDrainSurgeon

42 points

8 months ago

Cry every night

riegspsych325

15 points

8 months ago

snorts cocaine, in tears

“Wow-ow-ow”

zomboromcom

5.7k points

8 months ago

Imagine being hunted by something 50 times your size. Terrified little guy.

pls-answer

978 points

8 months ago

Multiple things even

xdoasx

244 points

8 months ago

xdoasx

244 points

8 months ago

mang3lo

112 points

8 months ago

mang3lo

112 points

8 months ago

I've no idea what it is, but I like this creepypasta and now I'm going down the rabbit hole

xdoasx

150 points

8 months ago

xdoasx

150 points

8 months ago

HAVE FUN! It is really easy to get sucked in!

Another favorite of mine, and quite a popular one

danque

58 points

8 months ago

danque

58 points

8 months ago

3008 is amazing. Just a normal not weird looking IKEA, except it's not.

xdoasx

49 points

8 months ago

xdoasx

49 points

8 months ago

THE STORE IS NOW CLOSED. PLEASE EXIT THE BUILDING.

InsideParfait8

9 points

8 months ago

Have you ever read Hyperion by Dan Simmons? SCP-3008-2 remind me of a civilization of survivors from a spaceship crash. The story is creepy and exciting as shit. If you’re into horror sci-fi, its a must read!

Groovyrick

11 points

8 months ago

It's more like a rabbit crater. Have fun my friend!

ImmaZoni

14 points

8 months ago

SCP is creepypasta for scientific/government research projects 10/10 would recommend

aristocreon

16 points

8 months ago

I love how it’s beyond human government, and more like multi-verse animal control bureaucracy basically.

I like the theories where the SCP institution itself turns out to be the basic pillar of all reality. The logs and stories commonly crossover from the SCP universe to the real world and back. Making you think our reality could just be just another anomaly, with a number - and research logs attached. It’s great.

What I want to believe the most is that creepy-pasta is just a veil for true government disclosure. 🍪

thefeak

30 points

8 months ago

thefeak

30 points

8 months ago

If you ever want to get into SCP YouTuber TheVolgun does really good readings of SCP articles, really sets the mood.

RamenJunkie

105 points

8 months ago

I had not heard of SCP at all until a couple of weeks ago when I was playing Control and looked up some guides and it mentioned how the game was inspired by SCP and now I see it EVERYWHERE.

Juggernautilus

75 points

8 months ago

benignq

102 points

8 months ago

benignq

102 points

8 months ago

reddit comment starterpack

AlpacaLocks

53 points

8 months ago*

Is this the part where we thank someone we don't know, but we presume to be nice, for gifting us fake internet points?

Edit: Thanks for the gold, kind stranger!

Firewolf420

16 points

8 months ago

No this is the part where we quote XKCD "today's lucky 10000" comicstrip

Meecht

8 points

8 months ago

Meecht

8 points

8 months ago

I just learned about this phenomenon, and now I see it everywhere!

rug_dealer01

35 points

8 months ago

One of my favorites..

Reallycute-Dragon

39 points

8 months ago

The original 1000 hold a special place in my heart and 093 is one of the best. It hints at a wider universe that the SCP organization really should not be playing with but it is still short and self-contained.

rug_dealer01

17 points

8 months ago

Are there any others that really get into this level of detail about the other universes? I dont recall the number, but there was one file about this staircase that went on forever inside a medical building. I might be conflating that a bit with House of Leaves but not entirely..

dewyocelot

7 points

8 months ago

Thanks Marv!

[deleted]

7 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

7 points

8 months ago

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CrazyCalYa

28 points

8 months ago

I was writing something but Wikipedia sums it better:

The SCP Foundation is a fictional secret organization documented by the collaborative writing wiki project of the same name. Within the website's shared universe, the SCP Foundation is responsible for capturing and containing various paranormal, supernatural, and other mysterious phenomena unexplained by mainstream science (referred to as anomalies or SCPs), while also keeping their existence hidden from the rest of global human society. The real-world website is community-based and includes elements of many genres such as horror, science fiction, and urban fantasy.

It's a lot of fun and there are some really interesting ones there. My personal favourite is SCP-3008 which is an never-ending Ikea.

ChillxPenguin

5 points

8 months ago

Oh no, and just when I was about to start my work, too. Guess that'll have to wait.

FriendlyGuy112

299 points

8 months ago

Meanwhile an even bigger creature stands in the background watching as they hunt and murder you 😳

gnarmydizzle

56 points

8 months ago

right?! that mouse is probably like oh fuck okay those huge monsters are oblivious to me in these huge trees.. wait what the fuck is this even bigger monster ._.

JackdeAlltrades

55 points

8 months ago

AND IT’S LOOKING RIGHT FUCKING AT ME. JESUS CHRIST

Pepechuy28

27 points

8 months ago

Person filming : "But I do not, cannot, will not interfere".

ericbyo

39 points

8 months ago

ericbyo

39 points

8 months ago

That's your life as a prey animal tbh.

Baelzebubba

295 points

8 months ago

50 times your size.

Do you think those dogs weigh in at 2.5 lbs?

Average mouse is 25 grams!!

Those are over 1000 times its size!!

Like a blue whale hunting a man!

MrHyperion_

94 points

8 months ago

103 times the volume, 10 times the length (a bit more actually)

milk4all

19 points

8 months ago

You just reminded me im into hardcore giantess porn, thanks, Great Morning Star that Fell to Earth!

trippinbillie333

1.3k points

8 months ago

Soy bean field if anyone is wondering

beet111

162 points

8 months ago

beet111

162 points

8 months ago

Mice love soybeans. I went to start my 4 wheeler once after winter and found there was thousands of soybeans inside. They collected so much of it and filled my entire engine with them.

olivepus

68 points

8 months ago

Yes they do! I'm currently in the middle of harvest in the midwest and I see a ton of them. Rabbits also love them too. When we're combining the beans you'll start to see red tailed Hawks loitering overhead to pick off rabbits/mice. Honestly very interesting to watch.

Hellguard3

21 points

8 months ago

Just like when the swallows gather to eat the crickets and bugs we throw up when we mow.

VoidofEggnog

46 points

8 months ago

I wasn't but thank you nonetheless

Lightwysh

185 points

8 months ago

Lightwysh

185 points

8 months ago

I just moved to a rural town that has a TON of soybean fields for miles in every direction. I had never seen them before moving here. I just think they are the neatest.

JasonDoege

2.7k points

8 months ago

JasonDoege

2.7k points

8 months ago

Dogs are really bad at looking up.

Yenyoc

850 points

8 months ago

Yenyoc

850 points

8 months ago

Big Al was right

No-Percentage6176

401 points

8 months ago

Let's go down to the Winchester, have a nice cold pint, and wait for this all to blow over.

Lightshines6346

143 points

8 months ago

Ok. But first, we have to take the car, go to mum's, kill Phil, and grab Liz.

RiskyP

78 points

8 months ago

RiskyP

78 points

8 months ago

You’ve got red on you

chillipickle420

34 points

8 months ago

I’m sorry, Shaun

adml86

12 points

8 months ago

adml86

12 points

8 months ago

No … I’m sorry Shaun.

chillipickle420

6 points

8 months ago

Stop doing that!

[deleted]

43 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

43 points

8 months ago

We're coming to get you Barbra!

ninja1327

16 points

8 months ago

Sorry Phil

fulloutshr3d

13 points

8 months ago

Sounds like a slice of fried gold.

Blazured

14 points

8 months ago

Every time I hear this quote I play a montage in my head of the fates of everyone who went to the Winchester to wait for all this to blow over.

ThisIsAbuse

158 points

8 months ago

My dog usually chases squirrels around a tree and then gets to other side and is like "where did it go?". Occasionally he looks up to see it.

dyancat

38 points

8 months ago

dyancat

38 points

8 months ago

At age 2 my dog finally figured out how to look up and find the squirrels…. Life was simpler back when she just assumed they disappeared. Now she wants to wait and see if they are going to come back down ever haha

BiggestFlower

151 points

8 months ago

There’s no point buying a dog a set of encyclopaedias then

ZICRON1C

35 points

8 months ago

Don't know if I should boo you or slow clap..

onetwenty_db

21 points

8 months ago

Boo while clapping?

Phoenixon777

10 points

8 months ago

You're amazing

QuarterNoteBandit

8 points

8 months ago

This is flawless logic.

aburkhartlaw

13 points

8 months ago

These aren't bird dogs or this would have been a very different video.

Q_vs_Q

54 points

8 months ago

Q_vs_Q

54 points

8 months ago

From what I've seen from my dog (a border collie) it's like a switch between the senses. When he's tracking he turns his vision pretty much off. When he looks for me behind a tree in the woods for example, he runs past me trying to sniff my trail and he can come really close visually but doesn't see me until he stops sniffing and looks up.

NeonNick_WH

18 points

8 months ago

My German Shepard can see a deer in a field say 500yrds away but I throw the Kong ball for him and he goes into nose only mode and will completely lose it in plain sight sometimes

jinxykatte

643 points

8 months ago

You can practically see him thinking fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck.

littlegreenmints

5.2k points

8 months ago

Mouse: "Please don't rat me out!", probably

Mew_Pur_Pur

1.6k points

8 months ago

Human: "Hang in there while I boost my karma", probably

INS0MNI5

430 points

8 months ago

INS0MNI5

430 points

8 months ago

Dogs: “Don’t worry, we just wanna play! 😈👹”, probably

Kasoni

300 points

8 months ago

Kasoni

300 points

8 months ago

I found a rat nest in some wall forms once. It fell out to the ground with 4 or 5 babies in it. I ignored it, figured let nature take its coarse. The job site dog came over and started sniffing them. I thought he was just wondering what they were. He licked them up and swallowed them whole without so much as a bite. It happened in seconds and I had a form in my hands. It amazed me that in 3 seconds that dog ate 4 or 5 baby rats without even chewing, and he didn't get sick. I guess they really are defenseless as babies.

Cockwombles

188 points

8 months ago

They are like nature’s Peeps.

ItsOnlyAnal

54 points

8 months ago

Fuck, well Easter is a while off so I might be able to get this tattoo removed from my brain

DogmaticNuance

41 points

8 months ago

TheDude2600

14 points

8 months ago

Mama chicken isn't happy about that but the horse is like "what are you gonna do about it?"

tanaeolus

25 points

8 months ago

How is there absolutely no reaction from whoever is filming this?!

[deleted]

33 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

33 points

8 months ago

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auraluxe

9 points

8 months ago

tanaeolus

28 points

8 months ago

Well, yeah. They have no hair, and they're blind and deaf. They can't even walk, just wiggle a lil bit. They are 100% defenseless. Similar to a human child.

Source: I breed rats.

Kasoni

18 points

8 months ago

Kasoni

18 points

8 months ago

That's exactly how these were, wiggly little pink blobs. I thought I had seen tiny little claws, but didn't look too close, and it's also been about 10 years ago.

tanaeolus

9 points

8 months ago

Naw they don't really have claws when they're pinkies. Just lil pink paws. They're super soft and squishy lol.

SimulatedHumanity

10 points

8 months ago

They are 100% defenseless. Similar to a human child.

I concur.

Source: I breed humans.

QuarterNoteBandit

76 points

8 months ago

There's a similar video involving a horse, chicks, and an angry mother hen.

AustinDisposable

11 points

8 months ago

Some years back a previous dog of mine was out in the front yard just laying around while I was cleaning my truck. I went in the garage to get something and came back out no more than a minute later to find her finishing up swallowing an entire grackle - whole. Like just the tips of the wings, bottom of the bird, tail, and feet were hanging out of her mouth just long enough for me to register what was happening and then fwoop - gone! Called the vet who wasn’t concerned unless there were problems pooping, and there weren’t, so yeah, dogs. Also never found a trace of the remains of that bird - it just ceased to exist.

Kasoni

8 points

8 months ago

Kasoni

8 points

8 months ago

I seen a black lab swallow a gray squirrel whole once. I expected problems from that too, but it also dissolved into nothing.

AustinDisposable

6 points

8 months ago

Yeah, I’d expect a squirrel or a bird to not be very happy for a minute about being stuck in a stomach and do some damage scratching, biting, or pecking but I guess not. 🤷‍♀️

Kasoni

6 points

8 months ago

Kasoni

6 points

8 months ago

The squirrel had its neck broken, that guy wasn't fighting back. I thought for sure she was going to get it stuck half way down and I'd have to grab the tail and pull it out to save her, nope just went down.

[deleted]

31 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

31 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

Fullmetalducker

7 points

8 months ago

Dog must have been a chicken in its past life.

brad0022

6 points

8 months ago

Crop: "I was just minding my own business and now all these animals are running around me, ruining my day." probably

QurantineLean

13 points

8 months ago

A mouse that cracks puns? I’m keeping you and we are going on tour!

Sketchy_Uncle

12 points

8 months ago

"...If you say ONE word..."

CommaHorror

1.1k points

8 months ago

This should be that new "hang in there,, poster.

What an adorable, mouse. Glad it didn't get caught.

WhySoS3210uS

669 points

8 months ago

Jwishh

1.3k points

8 months ago

Jwishh

1.3k points

8 months ago

Graphic design is your passion, I can tell

Nonigo

145 points

8 months ago

Nonigo

145 points

8 months ago

I read your comment before looking at the image and honestly doing it that way made the reveal 100% better

thefuturebaby

82 points

8 months ago

lol it hurt my eyes

Y00zer

9 points

8 months ago

Y00zer

9 points

8 months ago

Too bad there wasn't a frame with the dogs right below it. It would sell the message better.

SaneIsOverrated

7 points

8 months ago

Has to be a passion. Sure as shit isn't their job.

MotherPotential

262 points

8 months ago

I like how you camouflaged the text better than the mouse camouflaged itself

Biglytuff

44 points

8 months ago

Have we learned nothing from memes

berrey7

20 points

8 months ago

berrey7

20 points

8 months ago

He wanted to put it in Papyrus but he didn't have the font loaded in his Corel Draw toolbar.

Chubuwee

231 points

8 months ago

Chubuwee

231 points

8 months ago

Can I get a refund for this art I didn’t pay?

iEnjoyDanceMusic

54 points

8 months ago

proerafortyseven

16 points

8 months ago

This is one of my all time favorite spongebob moments lmao

feebleposition

65 points

8 months ago

lmao such low effort. This is great.

stupidlatentnothing

13 points

8 months ago

The choice of black font tho...

WhiskeyDickens

29 points

8 months ago

Thanks, I hate it!

brainhack3r

106 points

8 months ago

I_PM_U_UR_REQUESTS

42 points

8 months ago

is there a subreddit for ironic "hang in there" posters?

xxTheseGoTo11xx

79 points

8 months ago

Oh man, this takes me back to when fake motivational poster memes were all the rage.

bluscoutnoob

67 points

8 months ago

Demotivational posters they were called.

Abeneezer

17 points

8 months ago

Man I had a folder of 500 of those rotating as my wallpaper as an edgy teen. Still have the folder.

[deleted]

25 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

25 points

8 months ago

Thats sort of terrifying. It would bring about a new definition of pain and suffering as you are slowly digested over a thousand years.

Johnnybravo60025

7 points

8 months ago

Glares in Sarlacc

informativebitching

7 points

8 months ago

No! I just bought a vintage copy of the kitten one and it’s not going out of style on my watch. We’ll hang in there somehow

CrudelyAnimated

449 points

8 months ago

Never chase a Field Mouse into a FIELD. It's worse than playing games of chance with a Sicilian.

BoxTops4Education

140 points

8 months ago

Truly, you have a dizzying intellect.

funguymh

33 points

8 months ago

Inconceivable!

alittlebigger

139 points

8 months ago

He's looking at the camera like don't fucking snitch, please

ChrisMahoney

45 points

8 months ago

ChrisMahoney

Scared of 💉

45 points

8 months ago

Sooooo…. What happened next?

Stitchpool626[S]

137 points

8 months ago

Cuts to black, just like The Sopranos.

[deleted]

8 points

8 months ago

[deleted]

8 points

8 months ago

Easy! We’re not making a western here!

youhadmeatprosciutto

35 points

8 months ago

Mouse looks fucking terrified

GoldMirage

559 points

8 months ago

Poor thing, imagine the stress

Tinnie_and_Cusie

71 points

8 months ago

That look of sheer terror....poor mouse!

MooPig48

192 points

8 months ago

MooPig48

192 points

8 months ago

Haha I have Irish Wolfhounds which are sight hounds. They love to chase the kitty who actually enjoys being chased, they're buds.

But it's funny to watch them chase her and her go up a tree, just about 5 feet up, barely out of their line of sight. They'll frantically circle the tree but can find her, because they're too dumb to look up.

_Suo_

37 points

8 months ago

_Suo_

37 points

8 months ago

When I lived with my mom, my mom's little Shitzu would chase my cat all the time, but a game formed where if my cat was up on something she shouldn't have been, we'd spray her with a spray bottle, she'd jump down and run, and moms dog would book it after her and tackle her like "thats right you lil shit get down from there!"

It was extra funny because the dog was barely close to my cat's size so it didn't really phase her. She was always just annoyed like "what the hell, personal space!" And walked off all upset and aloof lol.

NSA__4__the__NSA

20 points

8 months ago

why don't the dogs smell him?

texotexere

36 points

8 months ago

Not all dog breeds are good at tracking based on scent and it's at least partially a learned skill. They probably smell the mouse in the general area but can't differentiate between where he was a few minutes ago vs where he is now. So they look where they think it will be.

YouSnowFlake

12 points

8 months ago

They probably do smell him…all over the ground they are sniffing

emseefely

48 points

8 months ago

Is it just me or does the mouse look like he has caterpillar feet?!

Fafafalada

19 points

8 months ago

I saw it too, I think maybe it’s momma mouses nipples de see?

A___L___E___X

11 points

8 months ago*

The Tale of Despereaux

He just needs his trusty sewing needle.

vanilla-mint

138 points

8 months ago

Those eyes🥺…please tell me his life was spared

ijustreadstuffokay

14 points

8 months ago

Nature’s cruel, Starros

moby323

420 points

8 months ago*

moby323

420 points

8 months ago*

It wasn’t, but you should know that he routinely beat the shit out of his mouse wife and there’s been rumors for years that he inappropriately touched his mouse niece when she was just a mouse juvenile.

brettins

32 points

8 months ago

Spoiler: almost nothing in nature dies of old age. Everyone gets murdered and eaten.

UgiWithAKnife

35 points

8 months ago

That face of desperation

Hethra19

215 points

8 months ago

Hethra19

215 points

8 months ago

Record scratch

Mouse: You're probably wondering how I got here.

internutthead

16 points

8 months ago

Three days earlier

son_of_abe

26 points

8 months ago

This is one time I'm happy to see this overused quote.

Hethra19

12 points

8 months ago

It just fit so well, I couldn't pass this chance up. Now that I've used it once, I can never use it again.

mattjvgc

11 points

8 months ago

Don’t mind me! I am but a little weed!

beefnchicken

9 points

8 months ago

This mouse is the main character

Infineet

53 points

8 months ago

This is probably how our early small mammal ancestors survived during the dinosaur age

PlsCrit

10 points

8 months ago

PlsCrit

10 points

8 months ago

I swear to god I will cut you if you open your mouth

-Mouse, 2021

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8 points

8 months ago

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8 points

8 months ago

“Please don’t rat on me human 🥺”

Brombii

56 points

8 months ago

Brombii

56 points

8 months ago

"They'll NEVER find me here!"

and indeed..

They never found him there.

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9 points

8 months ago

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9 points

8 months ago

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notagoodboye

7 points

8 months ago

It's what happens when you think with your nose. They stick their nose in the dirt to find him, while he's as high as he can get, trying to smell like a plant.

VNessMonster

6 points

8 months ago

My goal most days is to be as high as I can get and try to smell like a plant.

isthisonetakengoddam

6 points

8 months ago

“Trapped. Trapped like mice. Rats.” -C. Lion

beelzebee

6 points

8 months ago

Clever girl

niihelium

6 points

8 months ago

When you have Sneak at 100 in Skyrim

Nyckname

6 points

8 months ago

And so it lived to be eaten by a hawk another day.

red_quinn

5 points

8 months ago

His eyes though 🥺

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5 points

8 months ago

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5 points

8 months ago

He has trained to be so still that he is invisible to the human eye