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Henry Could Figure it Out

            I like puzzles.  In fact the main reason why I went into nursing was not because I care but because I like to figure things out – diagnose & treat.  I went to Valpo Friday night and upon my return to West Lafayette on Saturday night I was presented with an enigma. 

            My bed was in disarray.  My work out ball and work out cloths were spread around the floor.  I returned the ball to its stand.  I picked up my shorts and placed them on the ball.  I picked up my shirt only to find it was wet.  I then smelled it and it smelled like urine.  Beneath the shirt’s location did a wet spot also smell like urine.  No one was around when this occurred but the room mates have a suspect.  I’m pretty sure I figured it out and with the room mates’ suspect I believe it’s all been pieced together.  

            My friends have a history of experiencing urinigmas.  One member (the legendary Jon Heffley, my improv mentor) of the SoF supposedly deposited human made urea in another friend’s hamper.  It’s something that’s been debated for years, much like the habit of naked yogurt consumption between another room mate and me.  Anyway, point being someone peed in my room this weekend and I’ve never eaten yogurt naked. 

 

P.S. Bonus points to anyone other than T. Rex who knows what the title refers to.  

Points only redeemable in the non-continental US.

 

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3 thoughts on “Henry Could Figure it Out

  1. Oh! I know!

    Kissinger! Henry Kissinger could figure it out!

    • Re: Oh! I know!

      Ohh, nooo. Sorry, but thanks for playing the game. The man’s last name is Jackson. Henry Jackson. Anyway, Polliwog IMed and gave me the correct answer and she has thus earned the points (she did so without asking T. Rex). Since she did post the answer for all to see I’m willing to let others guess to earn the said points.

  2. At least urine is a sterile fluid.

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