#1-Evidence in Goon’s Pocket

After my father looked in the back pocket of Goon’s shorts, he said, “Based on the evidence, I know exactly what occurred.”

Later I asked Dad about the evidence, but he said, “Case closed.”

It’s a mystery to me. If you have a good idea of what my Dad knew, please comment below.

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Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. when you get paper wet, like a bright red ticket, some of the paper gets sticky like. you could probably see bright red parts of the ticket in the pocket

  2. The total truth is that Goon ripped them in parts when you didn’t look and threw them in the trash so she walked away because she didn’t have them. Case Closed!

  3. I think that Goon went to her bedroom and put the stubs in her bookcase or dresser and then went into where her dad called her and then she confessed. Then he didn’t find the stubs but he didn’t need to look because she confessed.