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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

More local Police Reports!...

Yes! It is time again for a short local Police Report from our neck of da' woods.



Here is a quick one I just had to share with you, along with MY COMMENTS in bold italics:







Ummmm....excuse ME??


Did it say false teeth on the beach???

Now that would BITE, wouldn't it?

And, how on EARTH did the person lose the false teeth on the beach in the first place? (That must have been one helluva big wave???!)

And, don't you THINK the person who lost their teeth would have noticed that their teeth were missing right away???

And wouldn't the first thing you would do (upon finding them there) would be to call the police?

I mean, there must be a crime involved here somewhere??....

Maybe this is where the concept/expression of "cash for clunkers" came about?

Ah, yes. It is exciting to live here. Beyond belief. You never know what hedious crime will occur.

21 comments:

DJan said...

That's pretty cryptic, don't you think? I mean, "false teeth on the beach" could mean... well, that some CRIME was being committed? Although what it was I can't imagine. This is so priceless. Thanks for the laughs.

Ratty said...

I usually ignore things I find laying around. I definitely wouldn't call the police. I'm a little biased though. I grew up in Detroit. I don't want to make it sound bad, but I learned from living there that calling the police is as risky as committing a crime. They do not like to be called away from the donut shops just because some criminal tried to steal your car. As a result, I avoid the police, even in better places, as if I just robbed a bank.

Insanity Kim said...

I don't know why, but false teeth really freak me out...and I now have a new-found motivation to floss daily. *SHUDDER!!!*

VABookworm87 said...

DJan could be right! It could be code! Perhaps the crime columnist guy is in on a crime ring, and he inserts weird messages to tell his fellow crime ring members what the next move is. Maybe "11:06 AM False teeth on the beach" means on November 6, in the morning, the old geezer who is their next target will be on the beach.

Lesley said...

Maybe it was a typo - it should have been "False teets on the beach" - that would certainly apply in Dallas! If there were any beaches, that is. Love your police reports!! haha

The Retired One said...

DJan: I doubt it was a code for crime, here--they aren't that sophisticated! ;-}

Ratty: I am sure it is like that because of the many, many ridiculous calls they get on a daily basis that have no merit. I would not want to be law enforcement in Detroit area (or any other city, for that matter) for any money in the world.

Insanity: Me too! I once had a dream that I had to have all my teeth pulled out at the dentist. I remember the horror of the dream to this day. Yikes! I am all for those new implants if I ever have to have any permanently removed.

Brian Miller said...

depending on whose teeth they are and how well they brushed, they may have needed a Hazmat team. lol. love it when youdo these posts. lol.

Shelley said...

LOl on the false teeth! sounds like someone might have been playing a prank! Or someone is EXTREMELY FORGETFUL!!

P.S. Thanks for sending me your address again. When I get to the cabin next weekend - I will mail your little gift out (as I have all my craft show items stored there.) And this time I'm tracking it!! No more snail mail for me!!!

grannyann said...

You never know what you are going to find on a beach I always say!!!

The Retired One said...

VaBookworm: Nah, they aren't that clever here. ha

Lesley: THAT was hilarious!! False teets...bwahahahahaaaa

Brian: I would need hazmat just to pick them up. Yuck!! ha

Shelley: You are so sweet. You really don't need to do it twice. I feel so bad the first one is lost (or stolen?). Watch now..I will get your second one and the first one will arrive and I will feel terrible! Anxious to see your pictures from this coming weekend. We are about 55% color here and I am going out and taking some too.

grannyann: I have found some very interesting things on the beach too...but false teeth? Nope! (Thank goodness!)

Ed said...

Did you know that this blog entry made the Drudge Report today? Very cool!

Ed said...

Oops. Wait a minute. Now it's gone from my Drudge listing. I swear it was there a minute ago. Don't post my comment unless you can find it too.
Ed

Cathy Clementz said...

Maybe it was taking a bite out of crime? My Dad had a friend who use to travel with Dad back and forth to work and one day Neil sneezed out the window...and out went his uppers! They stopped, went back and Neil picked them up out of a mud puddle!

Loree said...

Maybe someone was drunk on the beach and lost their teeth and did not notice until they went to eat their bagel for breakfast or something :)

The Retired One said...

Ed: What the heck is a drudge listing?

Cathy: A bite out of crime. bwahahahaaaa...boy your dad's friend must have had loose dentures for that to happen. I have heard of laughing one's ass off...but sneezing out their dentures???

Loree: Drunk on the beach causes one to lose dentures? Wow, there would be more then, wouldn't there??? :-}

Eva Gallant said...

Maybe they were loaned to some totally ungrateful and unreliable person who didn't bother to return them.

Bernie said...

Love the police report .... love your comments and the comments of your followeres even more. So much fun to read.......:-) Hugs

Mee mOe said...

Maybe they took them out and put them in their pocket, maybe that's why they ended up on the beach, because they fell out of their pocket., sounds like a crazy situation to me, good grief, why would someone call the police over it...or..maybe the the one that called the police thought that the owner of the teeth were killed by a tidal wave...still crazy, thanks for sharing !!!

Kearsie said...

"Effel, we got to head back to de beach. I done left mah teef there. I sure hope no one called de police."

SquirrelQueen said...

I've seen some strange things on various beaches but never false teeth. Maybe that's all that the shark left?

Judy

The Retired One said...

Eva: Yuck. Borrowing someone else's dentures??? Yikes!

Bernie: I always love the comments too. Everyone is so funny and witty.

MeeMoe: Are you new to my blog? I hope you joined on as a Follower!!!! Maybe they did have them in their pocket and lost them...and then someone found them. I don't like handling dentures...I was a nurse and it always grossed me out.

Kearsie: Ok. They were YOURS! That is how you know exactly what the conversation was that took place. 'Fess up!

SquirrelQueen: Ok, now you got me not wanting to collect shark teeth at the ocean beaches anymore. ha

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