Sunday, November 1, 2009

NOACH WAS LAST WEEK

So this Friday I walked into my house like any other day. I immediately hear a loud shriek, it did not come from my downstairs neighbors which I found out are Armenian and very noisy, it came from my sister. I then interpret the shrieks to mean there is a squirrel in our house. My sister ran into a room and hid there, one of my brothers didn't want to come out of the bathroom, it was quite funny.

I was left alone to chase the squirrel out of my house and back into the trash cans searching for leftover pizza, yes I was fearless. I took a broom and looked in every closet and room, and under every bed and chair, but I could not find it anywhere. We left the door opened so it can leave by itself, so I thought it was gone. Some were skeptic about it leaving and my sister kept shrieking at everything that moved. After a while it reappeared and everyone was running again except for me. After a many attempts at hitting it with my weapon of choice (my broom), it scurried out of my house and into the concrete jungle, everyone was relieved.

Later a bird flew into my window, the window was closed, and it got hurt, I felt bad. Now just to repeat my title, I think the animals thought my home was the teivah and that this past weeks parsha was Noach, why else would they come.

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Anonymous said...

Hello from Russia!
Can I quote a post "No teme" in your blog with the link to you?

MAK said...

*squeals* SQUIRREL!
Yeah, wouldn't want a squirrel in my house, but that's because I'd be worried that the cats or the dog would hurt it.

tesyaa said...

you need a pellet gun

Mikeinmidwood said...

Anon

Sure thing.

Mak

If only I had a cat to chase it out.

Tesyaa

The problem wasnt actually hitting the squirrel, he was hiding under my couch most of the time, I was surprised a squirrel could be so quiet.

Moshe said...

Why are your sibs afraid of a squirrel?!

Mikeinmidwood said...

Moshe

Afraid it will bite them and they might get rabies.

Moshe said...

That would be raccoons that are active during the day, not squirrels...

Mikeinmidwood said...

I believe squirrels can have rabies too.

Moshe said...

Actually, no.
This is from CDC:

"Small rodents (such as squirrels, rats, mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, and chipmunks, ) and lagomorphs (such as rabbits and hares) are almost never found to be infected with rabies and have not been known to cause rabies among humans in the United States."

Mikeinmidwood said...

Moshe

I dont know maybe the fact that it can scurry near their feet scared them silly.

Moshe said...

Are they afraid of infants too? NY does quite a lot of scurrying and he has been know to bite people for fun.

Mikeinmidwood said...

is he furry like a squirrel?

Moshe said...

He is pretty hairy. Do you like ever read my blog?!

Mikeinmidwood said...

Moshe

actualy I have seen your last two videos and he is not so furry and he cant run circles around anyone like a scary little squirrel can, so what if my siblings are afraid of squirrels thats why they have me.