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    it's all gone to pot!

    Was in the local hardware shop this afternoon and was told by the owner that they will shortly no longer be stocking a mouse poison by rentokil as it had been withdrawn from production because............... wait for it ............... it's harmful to mice unbelievable!

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    The packages are probably marked in capitals," DO NOT INGEST!, POISON" & "Before use, remove lid!"
    Last edited by finnbear270; 20-04-2012 at 15:42.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    Good god what next, stop selling wood saws at they may cause damage to wood

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    seriously ? u sure the owner wasnt taking the pi55 ?

    If true, then the country is going to the dogs !!

    Whats next... ban on shotgun cartridges cos they could be harmful to pheasants ?

    Quote Originally Posted by david1976 View Post
    Was in the local hardware shop this afternoon and was told by the owner that they will shortly no longer be stocking a mouse poison by rentokil as it had been withdrawn from production because............... wait for it ............... it's harmful to mice unbelievable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigievarkiller View Post
    seriously ? u sure the owner wasnt taking the pi55 ?

    If true, then the country is going to the dogs !!

    Whats next... ban on shotgun cartridges cos they could be harmful to pheasants ?
    Don't joke
    It's accuracy that kills.

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    You think thats bad. You cant use Talunex or phostoxin within 10m of a dwelling holding humans or animals now instead of 3m....try telling that to the twirly with a shed load of molehills in her garden.
    Below is a link to my website.
    Quad sticks

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    god your more then likely see a mouse serving behind the counter next

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigievarkiller View Post
    Whats next... ban on shotgun cartridges cos they could be harmful to pheasants ?
    They'll not be taking my cartridges - they seem harmful to pheasants only on very rare occasions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalua View Post
    They'll not be taking my cartridges - they seem harmful to pheasants only on very rare occasions

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