It was established that if you happen to see a black or brown leptospirotic rat around your house, it means something. Reasons could be from the following choices: a. Your household is open for adopt-a-stray-rat program, b. You have stocked a lot of cheese at home, or some cheesy thing (your lovely partner), c. you have insufficient funds for pest control (bubonic plague, here they come), or d. Your household is simply not hygienic. Whatever the reason is, it's a crazy thing to spot these disgusting creatures at home.
One aggressive wide-eared creature is already unfathomable. How much more if you've seen a dozen (or two) running and playing around your kitchen, then left a serious mess?
If you're a sure rat-hater (or musophobic), here's my treat for you. Prepare for this exciting but disgusting instance where a battalion of rats was spotted in a kitchen. This event, broadcast through social media, spread all over the cyberzone and left people with worries and fears.
Lights are off, only this flash from your phone only serve as your 'light.'
You're hoping that everything's okay, like there's enough food for you, or you will not see your brother having sex with anyone else you just met. Smooth moment, so to speak.
"Wallah! I'm in the kitchen, and I'm ready to see another world in here." Apparently, there's indeed another world.
RAAAAAAAAAAATS! Oh damn, the kitchen is full of rats. Now, you're starting to get worried about your kitchen's cleanliness.
Not just three, not just four, BUT IT'S A BUNCH OF RATS AND ITS DRIVING YOU NUTS, LIKE SERIOUSLY!
You suddenly realized that your ceiling has a ball-sized hole in it, and they're going through the hole to get away from shame. These rats might be doing this for a long time. One thing's fo sure: there's something wrong with the house. It's time to call the pest control.
Imagine how many are they in the bunch. Oh well, here's to the last rat who was able to get through that 'hiding place.'
What can you say?