Wednesday, March 15, 2006

A Return to the Scene of a Crime

A serial criminal will often return to the scene of a crime.

According to criminal psychologists the reason behind this behavior may range from a feeling of invincibility to a simple curiosity on what the crime scene investigators may have turned up.

Lacking any concrete proof I cannot say whether or not I have been visited by the same rodent that crapped on top of my silverware last week. However, the dung does looks eerily familiar and its placement on top of the knives is consistent with the previous incident.

I refuse to jump to any conclusions at this point because, I suppose, it could just be a copy cat.

1 comment:

stonehands said...

Sounds like a good start to a CSI episode.

(By the way, if you can't get rid of it / them and it / they won't leave, make it / them either do some work around the house or at least pay rent!)

(And if you want to "house break" it / them, rub it's / their little nose(s) in the stuff. Crapping on the kitchen utensils ain't cool!)