Men hired to tie up and tickle client break into wrong house

That should help raise Griffith’s reputation a bit - it’s better known for mafia murders of local anti drug campaigners.

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Neighbours were alarmed to see two masked assailants armed with machetes break in to a home in Griffith early this morning. Police suspect fowl play.

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The Early Birds Tickle the Worm.

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Ahem

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Oh of course

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Consider the dumpster fire that 2020 has been, I consider this fun news. Two guys were willing to help another guy with a fetish, they went to the wrong place, but everyone tickled and made up.

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Fair enough. That’s a positive way to look at it. And at least no one got hurt for real. I just shudder at how much danger this put everyone involved in, except the guy who actually hired them and then couldn’t be bothered to give them his new address. If I were the hired ticklers or the current resident I’d have some, shall we say, pointed questions for that gentleman. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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You are a true Happy Mutant. This is the world view I come here for.

How would that have helped here? The random victim wouldn’t have known the safeword. You’d need a “dangerous-word” that lets the victim “tap in”.

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The real culprit here is the client who gave the wrong address.

By way of punishment he should be tied up and NOT tickled.

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Umm… thundering dumbshits are another two words?

(I have the badge, ok! I’m getting treatment, too, but sometimes it has to be allowed to rear its head.)

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I noticed that before hitting the hay last night and I seriously considered editing it, but decided to let my own error stand as it was a semantic error rather than a mere typo. I’m sure many noticed, but I’m heartened that someone brought it up. :wink:

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I’ve enheartend your heartening post about being heartened.

:wink:

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Mine is “disappointed.”

That’s why I can’t play with any of the boingboing folks.

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When they realised their error, one of the pair said “Sorry, mate” and shook the resident’s hand, according to local reports.

Tsk. Social distancing.

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According to the court decision “McGregor [the mistaken target] had lived at the house for 11 years,” so I think the detail about the client recently moving is an embellishment.

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More like Tickle me, hell no, amirite :stuck_out_tongue:

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Australia- beer, sharks, crocs, funny people.
Meanwhile…https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/may/26/rio-tinto-blasts-46000-year-old-aboriginal-site-to-expand-iron-ore-mine

Tickleish nasty weather.
What’s that Sir? Wrong address? Begging your pardon, but its been a long overnight drive from Queanbeyan and this is the third wrong address this morning. Would you like us to just complete the routine? No charge of course.

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