We’re going to figure out which of the three stories from yesterday was true. To help, we’re enlisting the aid of 2 experts.
First up is Miss Jane Marple-who studied behavio(u)r in her English village and solved crimes by noticing out of character actions.
We also have Sherlock Holmes who solved crimes by deduction. He’s famous for “after you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth”.
OK, mystery guests (their identity is known but they solve mysteries)-take it away….
MM-Sherlock, I think we can get the answer to this.
SH-Jane, we can do this. I have a problem with Kismet’s ability to throw food pellets out of the cage with such accuracy. I’ve gone over the logistics and ballistics and determined that Kismet would have to be a professional athlete to get that done.
MM-I have a problem with the behaviour (I’m transcribing the English spelling because that’s the way these two talked), not of Kismet but with Kyla. Kaci mentioned that Kyla would get infuriated with getting food thrown at her. Impossible-Kyla would welcome that and beg for more.
SH-The bird option is impossible. Kismet’s in the klear. Good heavens, I wish I could get rid of this annoying “K” habit. As far as Kaci is koncerned, there are 2 sets of tooth prints on the vacuum kleaner attachment that kleans the floor. I checked the dental records-one set is Kyla’s and the other is Kaci’s.
MM-I agree. Kaci is a terrier and wouldn’t back down from the vacuum kleaner. She might piddle on the bed because she’s angry but not because she’s scared. Now you have me doing the “K” thing.
SH-Since we eliminated Kismet and Kaci, that leaves Kyla. The impossible has been eliminated and the improbable is the truth.
MM-Kyla is always on the lookout for new food groups. Our time here is done. Let’s get out of here. It’s a krazy house. I’m getting koncerned about this “K” thing becoming permanent.
Darn tootin I have a great memory!
Great job Sherlock Holmes and Miss Jane Marple.
Sweet William The Scot
No dementia in Cincinnati!
I guess correctly. Good Job Miss Marple and Mr. Holmes for digging down to find the true story. What fun Kyla.
I’m busted. Reptiles are a new food group for me.
Hmmm I guess I need to brush up on my skills b/c I should have known your chase instinct would make you go after a lizard. But I really am afraid of the vacuum clear and I hide when mom gets it out.
They have to struggle to get the vacuum cleaner out of the closet-it doesn’t want to face us-We growl, snap and bite.
Well done….we should have gone with deductions as well. We seem to remember the lizard tail incident. (Roxy still runs from Vacula.)
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
I bet Bella attacks it.
DOH! I guessed wrong. Sorry, Kaci! And Kyla…lizard tails make for an interesting food choice. Much love, The Scottie Mom.
You know I’m very food driven. I stop at rocks.
Yums lizard!!! That sounds yummy indeed!! does it taste like chicken???
NO. The closest to lizard tail I’ve had is Acrocanthosaurus.
I love me some Miss Marple.
the good part is that the lizard eventually grew its tail back
Yup, there’s nothing like renewable and sustainable resources.
I guessed it :o) Someone had lizardtail-soup (with green beans?). Bet she is a Kourmet :o)
That kould be
um…ew 😀 never would have guessed!
Then it was a pretty good job of leading you up the garden path. Sorry about that but that was the idea of “False Confession Day”.
Now that just means you’ve got to train that bird to become a start athlete!
Doubtful we could do that-we’re still stuck on housebreaking her (after 5½ years).
Wow didn’t know birds need to be housebreak!