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’.

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