Because even problematic varmints deserve a proper burial to ensure their Micky Mouse souls can get into heaven, design studen Sarah DÃ©ry created these mouse trap coffins.
This package was developed to solve the problem of neatly disposing of caught vermin by building the trap itself into a mini, rodent-sized coffin. With a simple slogan atop the box (Oh My God! Mouse Trap) the container can be opened using the lid... or not, for the more squeamish pest catchers among us.
Neat idea, but I used to bullseye womprats in my T16 back home, they're not much bigger than 2 meters. And then we'd barbeque them (not unlike Uncle Owen!). Ever had barbequed womprat? Similar taste to Rodents of Unusual Size. ZOMG -- Star Wars and Princess Bride references in the same post, I DESERVE AN AWARD!
Hit the jump for two more shots of the last thing your rat problem will ever see.
Studen Work - Sarah DÃ©ry [lovelypackage]
Thanks to Claire, who only kills rats that tattle to the cops and then throws their bodies off bridges.
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