Like her job, presumably?
I really can’t see why anyone would do anything for her other than put a bucket over her head.
That wouldn’t work, o Fish: you of all people ought to realise that, that way, the water falls out.
Not if she’s hanging upside down—though I suppose technically the bucket would then be under rather than over.
No matter, we’ll just have to fill it with something more viscous…
Golden syrup mixed with rolled oats is fairly inclined to stay in place…
Far too palatable, though. I was thinking of something more “second-hand” (Post- rather than pre-flapjack)
Not if it’s frozen.
But then one might just as well use a housebrick. Or indeed a flapjack. Or car jack. Or some tools picked up in the smithy. Shades of Mrs Joe.
Nah, yer not gettin’ it, Gus. The head needs to be frozen into the bucket.
Yeah, yeah, yeah,I see where you’re coming from, but unless you have access to industrial freezing units, not going to happen.
Whereas my less elegant solutions are readily achievable.
I can get access to flash-freezing units. Plus, of course, a-la classic fiction whereby the ice later melts and no-one can work out how she died.
Let’s use sea water & do it in the Midlands. That’ll confuse Barnaby & Morse.
You’re on, Armers.
Costa Rican sea water.