Start Spreading The News

Guess which New York City class sold out in 4 hours? Ah, why do I bother, you’ll never guess right anyways. It was the gallery taxidermy class where you dress up dead mice to look like humans. If you’ve seen the film “Dinner for Schmucks” you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. It was once a hugely popular Victorian society pastime but has suddenly burst back from obscurity. The classes cost $45 and for that you get a frozen mouse which you get to syringe out the blood, scrape out the entrails, remove the bones and then dip in chemicals. The fun part is using wire to set the rodent’s pose and then dress it up. Anywho, due to the quick sell out, three more classes have been added. Sheez, they should think of using rats, there is an unlimited supply of them in New York.


Filed under All That Is Wrong With The World, Friggin Wildlife, I'm Just Saying !

3 responses to “Start Spreading The News

  1. spilledinkguy

    I totally saw that episode! I’m not sure what I think about the refrigerated rodents, but I thought the tiny set was awesome! Miniatures are so cool (I’m still trying to convince my wife we need to build a glassed topped coffee table with a tiny city/train-set inside/underneath). So far negotiations have produced only tiny results. 🙂

    • That’s a great idea! You could probably sell something like that for big bucks.

      The mouse ones are probably less salable, but still kind of interesting. In a creepy sort of way.

  2. Techs

    Rats? I don’t think the politcians will allow themselves to be used that way.

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