Names for two mice

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  1. I have a couple (maybe more) of cute looking grey mice that pop into my lounge (which doubles up as my guest bedroom - hence it's popularity with mices) from next door (the woods) for a munch of cardboard boxes or mouse poison. I am wondering what to call them?
  2. chieftiff

    chieftiff War Hero Moderator

    I would call them dead if they kept popping into my spare room mate :lol:
  3. How about Bush and Blair?? Then set a trap!

  4. Good one , :lol:
  5. Seadog and PTP?
  6. squish and squash if in my house EEEEEEEEEK A MOUSE ! !
  7. How 'bout Bergs & Smiley? You could arm them with tiny little mouse daggers & mouse size pistols & watch 'em fight to the death. Invite some RR Slackers over & make an evening of it. It could be the event of the season. Just a thought.
  8. Vermin is my answer...... :lol:
  9. Or if I'm feeling camp, how about Hinge and Bracket...... :oops:
  10. Port and Starboard ..... duh!!!
  11. Pitch and Putt.
    By the way, have you shaved them yet???

    Armageddon !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. Which of Lil's regulars was it took up your kind offer of accom over the Falklands weekend????? :lol: :lol:
  13. Would you like to borrow Vincenzo cat, mouse killer extraordinaire?

    Yesterday there were 3 dead mice in the cattie bedroom.

    This morning there is a dead bird and the hallway is now filled with feathers. I am surprised that there should be so many feathers on a such a small bird.
  14. Womps was the volunteer... I haven't heard a peep out of her since. What is it about women and mice? :? :lol:

    That sounds like a good idea. Then we could post the headline in Current Affairs...

    [align=center]Bush and Blair eaten alive by Vincenzo the Cat
    Rum Ration Exclusive!!!

    Mind you, I rather like Grape Shot's suggestion! :lol:

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