Squirrels on Drugs

This weekend I left a £10 note in the work drawers in my (locked) feed room, so that I could buy tokens for the lights in the indoor arena. Yesterday I discovered that it was gone. The only explanation that I can come up with is that the squirrel, bored with just stealing my apples and grain, has graduated to stealing cash.

He’s probably at the school right now, trying to buy drugs from kids.

“Come on, kid – what are you holding? I want a dime bag.”

“I don’t know what you’re talking about! Let go my leg!”

“All you little bastards have drugs – come on, kid, don’t make me hurt you.”

“I don’t do drugs! I was just coming out of the chess club meeting! You want the kids over by the skate park.”

“You’ve GOT to have something – what are you carrying?”

“All I have is my ADD medication! Waaaaah! Ok, you can have that.”

7 thoughts on “Squirrels on Drugs”

  1. Your theory made me laugh. Does anyone else have a key? seems a bit odd an animal would nibble it up if you have foodstuffs in there. Could it have slipped over the back of the draw into the one below?

  2. wandringsoul

    I think she spent it on £4.99 chick flicks in the special offer bin at Morrisons but is too embarrassed to admit it…

  3. It seems Foamy and his bespectacled sidekick have buddies living in your feed room :P. Thank you for the early morning smiles.

  4. :) Hey, the squirrels practically attack the kids for chips and muffins…you know drugs are the next step.

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