words about words

The one in my house steals spoons, binkies and of course socks.  How do you get rid of them?

This fucker needs to go.

6 thoughts on “The Domestic Goblin Problem

  1. Reighvin says:

    I bet if a certain somebody had a job and moved out, then the amount of mysterious things that happen in the house would go down. Just saying… 🙂

  2. Connie Phillips says:

    Unfortunately, goblins of this type are connected to kids. The only way to get rid of them is to wait for the kids to grow up and move out. Sorry. Looks like you’re gonna be fighting this one for a while.

  3. n00bIEwaN007 says:

    Do you have birds of any sort? Yes I have seen the replies thus far BUT I had birds as a child and they always hit things in a hole along the baseboard we did not know about. And if this is all tongue-in-check (perish the thought) then it’s all the dryers fault. :o)

  4. Kerbob97 says:

    I got a dog to chase the goblins off.

    It works!

    Now i can find my socks easily.

    Of course, they are full of slobber and holes, but they are easy to find when you feel that cold, wet, sock under your bare foot.

    In all seriousness, i want to kill the ad agency that showed the toddler dropping keys in the toilet bowl. I looked at my 2 YO, and she had the light bulb over her head w/ evil grin.

  5. Amber says:

    You send him to someone elses house.

  6. ChiefJudy says:

    You’ll never get rid of them. No matter how far you run away.They’re existing worldwide. Even with no kids around.

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