I myself have never heard of such a thing, but she assured me that she had it on good authority that not only were there such things, but that they actually worked.
My husband jumped right in, as he loves all things holiday. This was just his kind of nutty.
They rounded up the necessary household items and got to work.
|You see, there is a large hole under that aluminum foil, which the unlucky guy will fall into when he greedily goes to grab the silver coins from the gold bag|
My daughter keenly pointed out last night that we had to leave the trap against something, so that the sneaky leprechaun couldn't just go to the other side to grab the gold bag.
|So she set it outside on the deck against the wall. |
|Just oranges and leaves. |
And this morning? Disappointed they were not. That mischievous trickster had been hard at work.
|Crutches and chocolate coins?!|
|Damn! No leprechaun, but he did leave some loot. (And what the hell would we do with a leprechaun anyway?)|
Then they went to get their morning cereal....