0 thoughts on “The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit

  1. Sitting next to a seven year old boy at dinner the other day, the conversation, as it so often does in these circumstances, turned to the interesting subject of poo. Jenkin proudly informed me that he had received a copy of Plop Trumps for Christmas. I was treated to a precis of the rules.

    “You might like The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunnit,” I guessed. We were both delighted when it turned out that Jenkin had in fact already read it.

    “You got it for me from the English l

  2. This slim but seminal work explores profound questions of the meaning of justice and whether forensic evidence, in matters scatological, can ever produce a satisfactorialy clean judgement.

  3. This is the story of a mole who, when he sticks his head up out of the ground one day, is poo’d on and he sets out to discover who did it. It never says “something did a poo on him”, instead it says (in brackets):

    “It looked a little like a sausage, and the worst thing was that it landed right on his head.”

    The mole, being short-sighted, can’t see who did it, so he asks all the animals around, but they show him how they do it and he can see that their poo is quite different (and all the while ther

  4. This is the inspiring tale of a determined little talpid who stuck his head out of his hole and got shat on. Most of us would have just went back into the hole for a period of shame-eating or we would have knocked off the poop and continued to be the obedient prop of the military-industrial dictatorship ruling our world (You don’t know Dick!). That’s not good enough for this firecracker hero who candidly confronts the usual suspects. This is no poop noir–no snappy comebacks or curvy dames to ma

  5. I’ve been working on our speech-enabled children’s Internet game Minion Dominion for the last few months, and it’s really helped me regain contact with my inner six year old. (Some people I know claim I have never lost contact with him… I’m not quite sure what they mean by that). Anyway, it has among other things reminded me how much small children like bathroom humour. “Poop” is currently the 24th most popular command, and “pee” isn’t far behind.

    Det var det fr├Ąckaste! is a good example of the

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