By motheroftwo - 06/01/2010 08:41 - Norway

Today, while standing by the kitchen window I noticed a mouse running across our lawn on top of the snow. I called my two daughters to come see it, but by the time they got to the window a hawk was shredding the poor thing to pieces. My kids didn't stop crying for two hours. FML
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That sounds like a traumatic experience, especially if they had just finished watching Ratatouille or something. I totally would have cried.

Theres a line between not caring about the life of a rodent and being sadistic. You crossed it.

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your kids are pussies, crying for two hours??

I hope that you die.

dude they're kids who knows how young... think before you say it

there 2 little girls and one mouse then mouse gets killed if i was a female and that young id cry to so stfu rachexl is a fucking idiot

woe is you, who doesn't even realize youngerkids are sensitive

u jerk if I was young like that I wud cry too!!!

you are all goddamn pussies!!

I agree. you are all pussies. it's pathetic.

What if your cat died? Hmmm?

That sounds like a traumatic experience, especially if they had just finished watching Ratatouille or something. I totally would have cried.

LMAO. I hope theres an illustration for this.

lol ydi, be lucky the mouse wasnt inside the house...and crying for 2hrs wtf

Not only crying, but crying for a mouse? What are they, like two?

They were probably really little. Little kids probably wouldn't enjoy seeing cute little animals torn apart.

Its a mouse... my cat eats their heads off. Really who cares?

I'm a huge animal lover, so I believe all animals lives' have value and matter.

Did you at least shoot the hawk and serve it for dinner?

It tastes a lot like Spotted Owl.

SO. I buy rats just to watch them get eaten. that is a privilage.

Theres a line between not caring about the life of a rodent and being sadistic. You crossed it.

The circle of life. Don't raise your kids to be hippies, or this is what you get.

you do realize that hippies are aware of the circle of life... they're environmentalists...

hahah 7 took what I was gonna write... "it's the ciiiiiiiircle of liiiiiiiiife..." show them the lion king and watch what happens when Mufasa is murdered.. bring tissues

no, Mufasa fell really far and was probably somewhat trampled. but Scar was torn apart by the Hyenas. Lesson still holds. thank you disney

This. Knowing that hawks eat mice is once thing. Actually seeing it happen is a lot different. I know that the hamburger I made last night was from a cow, but I sure as hell don't want to WATCH it being killed and ground up. I don't want to see the cow i'm eating. It'll make me sad. It's the same thing, in theory. Something is food for something else, but you don't want to see it. Especially when its something as cute as a mouse. :) And to whoever mentioned cats, how often do you WATCH your cat kill a mouse? You might clean up the innards, but that's the 'hamburger' case again. It's not a mouse anymore. It's just bits. If you cat leaves whole dead mice around for you that aren't mutilated, that's a lot sadder. Or it makes me sad, anyways, when i get to see how cute it was when it was alive. I can easily see how two little kids could be upset by this.

If people would expose their kids to real nature instead of letting them sit in front of tv all day, this wouldn't happen.

Real? um mostly no. Plus seeing things in real life is much scarier than seeing it on TV even if it is real footage being played