21 June 2008

Vermin In The Workplace Day 2


We had another mouse appearance at work yesterday and as Evil Queen I was summoned! Am still mystified as to what was expected of me. My sprinting and catching wild animals days have pretty much passed me by. So this mouse was a bold fellow, just stood there calmly eyeballing me as I eyeballed him and I quickly slid a box lid under him and marched us over to the elevators. He, I and my friend G who was descending to the fresh hell of the 3rd floor rode down and I proceeded to take him to the first floor, intending to release him into the wilds of Trenton. As I departed the elevator, I was met by C of the maintenance staff who escorted the young mouse to the back yard. I am now known as both Evil Queen and mouse whisperer. This photo is more than somewhat blurry but is the mouse in question in the boxlid mentioned.

3 comments:

Fireblossom said...

FAMOUS MOUSE SPOTTED

One time childhood favorite and Disney mainstay Mickey Mouse is remembered by most as a loveable big-eared cartoon. But as time went on and more high tech entertainments became available, jaded glassy-eyed children preferred to commune with their X-boxes. M.Mouse began drinking heavily, and eventually was dismissed from Disney and its related holdings. After a messy public divorce from Minnie, M.Mouse fell from public view until this week, when he staggered into a New Jersy business place, mumbling something about Chinese midgets stealing his thoughts with magic pencil sharpeners. A woman escorted him out of the building as he tried to convince onlookers that she was the "Queen of Jupiter." Witnesses said that the one-time child star was emaciated and barely recognizable as the smiling emblem of the Magic Kingdom that he once was.

In a related story, President Bush was unsuccessful in his bid to connect Mr. Mouse with global terrorism and thus gain support for a military incursion into Main Street USA. The president was then removed to an anteroom and given a sucker.

Shazza said...

HA!

Sharkbuttocks said...

Fireblossom: I think this is just another crack kills kind of tragedy. Also, the parallels between the lovable big eared cartoon M. Mouse and G. Bush, genius!