BDAC – 12/5/18

happy holidays

Day 5: Mr. Fox, With The Lead….. err Pipe, In The Conservatory

SLIDER: Aha!!!  I finally caught you red pawed, you bloody murderer!  What do you have to say for yourself!?!?

MR. FOX: ………………………………..


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13 Responses to BDAC – 12/5/18

  1. the dots stand for Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!
    Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding… and you wouldn’t write it because that stuff sticks in our minds then like the sh… at the butt of a sheep, right?

  2. Mr. Fox doesn’t have a CLUE….! He looks like he’s under a spell……I think he can claim insanity defense at the murder trial.


  3. franhunne4u says:

    Mr Fox cannot defend himself as he is mute (at least in your stories, real foxes bark, yes, they do, I have a video to prove it).

    But I think you should rather look for someone who has usually access to this pipe – the shady rascal – pardon my French – racoon normally uses the weapon to smoke his “good stuff”, doesn’t he? I’d make him a prime suspect .

    That could become your next big project, after the Wizzard of Oz, Murder in the library – just put up some old phone books – preferably not from your town – or some other weird books, a battered hostel New Testament or some Jehova’s Witness stuff alongside Scientology or so, The hungry caterpillar on a heap of crumpled paper – it has eaten the book already … make Buster the victim and Mr Fox would be a very nice detective.

    Or you make it more Chandler-style and Mizzy could do the shady lady with the racoon not one of the suspects but the battered detective … Oh, there are so many possibilities – and I am sure you’d find some even better ones if you kind of liked this idea!

    • I’ve actually considered doing a murder mystery story revolving around Buster, but haven’t quite put enough pieces together to even try running with it yet. It took me about a year from first inspiration to start my Oz story, so you never know. I’d certainly have no shortage of smartass, clueless, and just plain incompetent critters around to play the detective and suspects…

  4. draliman says:

    I bet Mr Fox’s hypnotic gaze gets him out of all kinds of scrapes. Has he killed before? I don’t know. Maybe. One stare and I forget…

    • Yes! Mr. Fox’s deadly gaze was a gag I used in my American Idol parody last year. Poor Mary the lamb paid the price for looking in Mr. Fox’s hypnotic peepers. I actually found a weirder critter with eyes just like Mr. Fox’s, but I haven’t worked them into any story yet. Apparently big soul stealing eyes are a thing now…

  5. Beware of the Fox, for it is cunning…

  6. Trisha says:

    Hm, I would love to know the backstory on this one. What lead the brain dead, somehow sinister-looking fox to murder?

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