Today’s sentence: “I thought it was sugar.”
This wasn’t the first time Sally had been caught, and she was finding it hard to believe how gullible, or stupid, she actually was.
She had intended to ask the old cow at Number 6 for a cup, but then found a few sachets in her coat pocket so didn’t bother.
Edward had been called after said Old Cow found his wife naked in the garden conducting invisible Diddymen in a Chorus Line at the top of her voice and had called the police, who promptly arrested her for disturbing the peace.
Now in another interview room, her head hurt and she had her husband to answer to.
Somehow trying to explain that their son had borrowed her anorak the previous night and ‘I thought it was sugar’ wasn’t going to wash.