Wednesday, June 18, 2008

This is most disturbing.

And the police are calling no foul play? Pssht. Dollars to donuts SOMETHING foul is up. Now I have myself wondering where that phrase originated. In fact, the utter absurdity of this phrase and the fact it popped unbidden into my head has me irked.

11 comments:

Veronica said...

Wow. It's like, the ice truck killer.

Eve Grey said...

Yes! So you're a Dexter fan?! Love Michael C. Hall.

neutron said...

I have no idea where that saying comes from, but I have to agree, this whole thing is rather Dexter'esque.

daisy said...

Interesting that six feet all washed up out of the ocean doesn't make them think there is a pattern.

Hey! Donuts come in packs of six! And cops love donuts. I think its a cover-up, the cops did it.

Tara R. said...

Most disturbing! One foot maybe, but SIX... no foul play? Hmmm.

Mona said...

what did i miss? what did i miss? what 6 feet washed up?

Mona said...

oops, i'm a dufus, sorry i just found the link...

Sogeshirtsguy said...

Dexter is awesome. I won't make any cold feet jokes. And i didn't know your body tears off after you drown. hmm.

Manager Mom said...

Oh holy hell. I was not expecting THAT when I clicked the link.

And the "dollars/donuts?" a headscratcher. I have been known to mix up my cliches and my friends' favorite is when I say, "Don't kick a gift horse in the mouth." In my own head, it makes so much more sense than the "looking" version.

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