Biff and Dave
Written and illustrated by Jonathan Ingram
Under the cover of darkness Biff and Dave are attempting to steal copper from a statue.
Dave: I can’t believe we didn’t think of this idea before, Biff. The price of copper is so lucrative these days.
Biff has now successfully removed the copper name plate.
Biff: I think we have enough now. Let’s transport this to the nearest scrap yard.
Biff and Dave are now driving along in their car when a policeman drives up alongside them.
Policeman: Pull over!
Initially Dave is confused by this statement.
Dave: Pullover? This isn’t a garment, it’s my natural fur.
The policeman is now visibly annoyed at Dave’s reaction.
Policeman: Stop the car you idiot!
The policeman is now talking to Biff and Dave on the roadside.
Policeman: Stealing copper from a statue and failing to stop? They’re going to throw the book at you?
Biff suddenly has an idea.
Biff: Dave, are you thinking what I’m thinking?
Biff and Dave have now bundled the policeman into a large bag and promptly make their way to the nearest scrap yard. The policeman is obviously in some distress.
Policeman: Stop you thieves! Where are you taking me?!
Biff and Dave are now at the local scrap yard and are now in discussion with a visibly shocked scrap yard dealer.
Biff: So, how much will you give for this copper?
Scrap Yard Dealer: Gasp!