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Coffin mousetrap makes it easy to dispose of your kill

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on September 3rd, 2009

Coffin mousetrap makes it easy to dispose of your killThis is a brilliant idea for a mousetrap. Normally you’d set the trap out, come back later to find the corpse stuck to the trap and toss it in the trash or in your neighbors yard. This leads to trouble with your neighbor and if you throw it in your trash can, you now have to take out the trash because that’s just gross.

But with this coffin mousetrap by Sarah Dery, the trap sits in the rat’s final resting place, the coffin. No muss, no fuss. So all you need to do is bury the coffin. In the trash. Or throw it in your neighbors yard. Whatever. That twitchy rat bastich got what he deserved.

The mousetrap coffee table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2009

mousetrap coffee tableHere’s one concept that we hope remains in concept-land forever. The Mousetrap Table is a table with a hole in one of it’s legs. The idea is that when a mouse ventures inside, a sensor shuts a door behind him. Then the little guy is forced into the compartment in the center. Once there, the mouse will be consumed by a microbial fuel cell, which generates energy to help trap the next victim in a vicious cycle.

Why you would want a dead mouse on display where you eat is anybody’s guess. And any company you invite over will not stay long, I guarantee it. Anyway, wouldn’t it exude an ungodly death smell into your environment? Vincent Price should be the pitchman for this morbid little furnishing of death.

Mousetrap Mousepad keeps hands off your mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2008

Mousetrap Mousepad keeps hands off your mouse
Sure, now that you’ve seen it, it’s pretty a obvious novelty mousepad. Why didn’t anyone think of it before? It looks pretty realistic, as if it would hurt like hell to get your hand caught in it. Which is why it’s the perfect way to help keep the dirty mitts of others away from your mouse. As long as they keep their distance, they’ll be weary. It only costs $12.