I am at the scene of a crime …

The evidence:

criminal butter

The main suspect:

boots

Now tell me – does it look to you as if butter would melt in his mouth?

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16 thoughts on “I am at the scene of a crime …

  1. Ask him to join you in:
    ‘Life is butter,
    Life is butter,
    Melon cauliflower,
    Melon cauliflower…’
    etc. as a round (tune: Frère Jacques). His reaction may be strongly indicative. You then hold a buttercup under his chin. This should determine guilt or innocence.

    Of course you may have to fall back on that very useful Scots verdict ‘not proven’.

  2. Totally, totally off topic:

    Stephen Moyer. Apparently no one over there thought much of him, which is fine, because now with “True Blood” we’re keeping him! That’s all I can say.

    True Blood=as addictive as crack mixed with Buffy

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