As subtle as a flying brick.

Who’s Laughing Now, Chuckles McVermin?

With the French embrace of Pixar’s Ratatouille, one of the movie’s locations has become an unlikely tourist attraction. “Destruction des Animaux Nuisibles” reads the sign above the door of Aurouze, where the bodies of rats 80 years dead hang suspended by iron traps in the storefront window. Meanwhile, American scientists tickle rodents to record thier tiny gales of laughter. Viva la difference!

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