There's a rat in my house
I haven't actually seen it with my own eyes but have somehow proven it exists through an experiment. I always hear it making sounds at night, many times having mistaken it for a ghost or something like that. One night I decided to leave a cookie on the table and the next day when I woke up it was gone. It could have been many things, perhaps a wormhole sucked the cookie into another dimension or maybe a spiritual entity that enjoys midnight cookie snacks but by virtue of Occam's razor I have concluded one thing: there is a rat in my house.
In my house in Laguna where I live some days of the week, and as you may have noticed from a previous article about getting locked out of my house, I live alone and I am confined with nothing but reading materials, a DVD player, and my reckless imagination and curiosity. And, of course, it is the latter that helped me in plotting a brilliant strategy to successfully exterminate the vermin scum.
Although many parts of my plan are classified and cannot be divulged here, I am sure you've safely assumed that it involves a thermal imaging camera (duh, what kind of plan doesn't involve that, right?). I once watched a documentary on National Geographic that rats, aside from being good swimmers, have good vision in the dark. To level the playing field, I need to be able to see through walls and look for the warmth emitted by the body of the annoying rat. But where can I find a thermal imaging camera, you ask?
I can hear its fear miles away as I write this blog entry here in my other house in Alabang. The internet will destroy you (eventually). For now, I am guessing I am stuck with the traditional methods of using simple machines to make a trap or feeding it with poison. I am also planning to research what frequencies rodents are sensitive to and perhaps destroy it just with the use of sound. Ultimately, it chose the wrong house to live in. *insert evil laugh here*
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