We were robbed.
This very hammer was used to break in to our precious hoard of gold.
How could this have happened? Read on, my friend. Read on.
A couple of days ago, I decided to create a new type of Leprechaun trap. I figured any self-respecting Leprechaun would be enticed by gold hidden in the chocolatey depths of a festively decorated cupcake.
What could possibly go wrong?
Oh, the cute cupcake sleeves?
There are two schools of thought with regard to trapping Leprechauns. Some say that Leprechauns are suspicious and won’t be tricked into “free gold”.
If that’s your belief, this cupcake wrapper is for YOU!
Some believe Leprechauns are too clever to be tricked.
Just an innocent looking cupcake covered in shamrocks.
Some believe Leprechauns are very, very greedy.
Could this be more obvious?
As for me. I thought it would be funny to mock the “In an emergency, break glass” idea.
What were the odds that Leprechauns would have access to a teeny-timy hammer? I felt confident that my M&M hoard was safe.
I was wrong.
I hadn’t realized that our resident fairies, quite without our knowledge, had decided to rent out their room through Fairybnb (a wholly owned subsidiary of Airbnb). Clearly, the Leprechauns borrowed a teeny tiny hammer from our teeny tiny fairy friends.