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A Festive Whodunit

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by LinznMilly, Dec 19, 2020.


  1. LinznMilly

    LinznMilly Moderator
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    Someone's been helping themselves prematurely to Honey's Christmas pressie. I came from the kitchen to find it had been taken from the bag and was lying on the floor. Bad detective that I am, I removed the evidence to the kitchen counter before photographing it. :oops:

    So.

    I give you Exhibit A; 20201219_094657.jpg

    Suspects;
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    20201210_162848.jpg

    Milly says it wasn't her. She was in the bedroom, on Detective Hooman's bed at the time of the incident (or at least, when the alarm was raised and Hooman noticed it), so it couldn't have been her.

    Honey was found in the general location of the pressie. Says it couldn't have been her, because she doesn't know how to open Christmas pressies. Swears she's been framed.

    The case continues.

    :cool: :Pompus
     
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  2. picaresque

    picaresque Mongrelist

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    Hmm, will await DNA results before I make any judgement. But the little one looks shifty...
     
  3. Sarah H

    Sarah H Grand Empress of the Universe

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    Has the evidence been dusted for prints? (Nose prints of course!)
    Clearly it's the naughty lurcher, it's never the innocent looking little fluffball!
     
  4. LinznMilly

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    There's a reason she's known as The Honey Monster.

    Nose prints and DNA samples sent to the lab for testing.

    It wouldn't be the first time Milly framed one of her housemates. :D
     
  5. Happy Paws2

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    They both look so innocent :D
     
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    I notice you don’t put yourself in the frame and that makes me suspicious :cool:
     
  7. LinznMilly

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    I was doing the dishes. :)
     
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    It's obvious it was neither of them they have been framed it was the cat.
     
  9. Happy Paws2

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    That's true... trying to blame the dogs it's not fair.:D
     
  10. JoanneF

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    Hmmm. That's what you say, but is there anyone who can verify this?
     
  11. LittleMow

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    Mmmmm, the little one does look a little shifty. Though going off the previous history of box shredding, my moneys on Milly (sorry Milly :)).

    Any identifying hairs on the item (stuck to the tape perhaps?), I doubt this evidence would stand up in court though :D
     
  12. 3dogs2cats

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    Most certainly not Milly! No lurcher would ever stir themselves to engage in such activity it would be totally beneath them. On behalf of Milly and all her fellow lurchers I say it is disgrace and a stich up that she should even be in the frame. To make amends her hooman should open the gift and present it to her immediately, then she and all fellow lurchers may eventually forgive the hooman for even thinking that she, Milly, could do such a thing :D
     
  13. PawsOnMe

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    Hmm have you checked the sellotape for hair? :Pompus

    My money is on the little one, she's got a shifty look going on and is even sticking her tongue out! :p
     
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  14. LinznMilly

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    That's my suspicion too. It's certainly her MO.

    If I did it, I'd have opened it from the sides, not ripped the sides. ;)

    And would have opened one of my own. :p
     
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    Exactly what a guilty culprit would say.i rest my case.
     
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  16. DaisyBluebell

    DaisyBluebell Earth, the insane asylum of the Universe

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    Exactly this! Emma said why is it always the lurcher that gets the blame. Had the paper been concealing a skwirrel a lurcher would have identified it & disposed of it for you but it did not & therefor its without a doubt a frame up & the shifty looking small thing did it without doubt! Case solved.
     
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    It's easy to say that when you have two lovely dogs you can blame, shame on you.;)
     
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