Sunlight streaming through a water-bottle and glass on the judge's desk set a light to papers.
Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot, informed of this accident, saw an excellent way to deal with the case. He cunningly set alight to all the papers relevant to the case - if anything can be called relevant to such a case - by manipulating the water-bottle and the glass. He then fed the flames with his wig and various bits of wood which he kept in his pocket. Within an hour the court was burnt down.
Corrections to the blogosphere, the consensus, and the world
- ► 2016 (25)
- ► 2015 (36)
- ► 2014 (41)
- ► 2013 (38)
- ► 2012 (94)
- ► 2011 (98)
- The Case of the Red-Headed Dwarfs, part 21
- Autres temps
- Invulerability comparatively cheap
- Couldn't resist
- Which I would have thought was the definition of '...
- What colour is puke?
- The Case of the Red-Headed Dwarfs, part 20
- Unlucky bastards, part 223 of a series
- Missed opportunity
- You, Sir, Are No Ingmar Bergman
- A little late, perhaps
- The Case of the Red-Headed Dwarfs, part 19
- Disturbingly plausible
- Pedobear with real claws
- Nigerian spam reaches Facebook
- Counselling, ptui
- ▼ May (17)
- ► 2009 (191)
- ► 2008 (28)
- ► 2007 (54)
- ► 2006 (46)
- ► 2005 (60)
Subscribe To Live Toad. Then you'll know nothing worse is going to happen to you all day.