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HARDLY AND FRANKLY
hardly and frankly
Rule #1: Never listen to the police.
Rule #11: A teen super-sleuth should not panic when danger looms, rather, they should face the danger with a pure heart and a clear mind.
Rule #12: Teen super-sleuths don’t take vacations. They just solve mysteries in exotic locations.
Rule #13: Never take money for solving a mystery. The only compensation a teen super-sleuth needs is the satisfaction of a job well done.
Rule #14: Be wary of solo acts. The best teen super-sleuths are either partners or trios.
Rule #15: You should be able to blend in anywhere. Knowing which spoon is the soup spoon is just as important to being a teen super-sleuth as knowing how to hold your own in a fight or how to lose a tail.
Rule #16: Teen super-sleuths are all vaguely Christian, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
Rule #17: Train yourself to be a light sleeper. Inevitably, your home or hotel room will be broken into while you’re sleeping. You don’t want to be caught off guard.
Rule #2: You don’t find mysteries – they find you.
Rule #3: Never use a gun – it just makes things worse.
Rule #4: Confront your prime suspect on his territory or at the scene of the crime. Avoid neutral ground.
Rule #5: Learn how to drive every vehicle possible, from cars to motorcycles to small planes.
Rule #6: Try to tell the truth as much as possible. One of the main differences between a normal teen and a teen super-sleuth is that adults will actually listen to you. Don’t squander this by being the teen super-sleuth who cried wolf.
Rule #7: No romantic relationships that last longer than one case.
Rule #8: Let no case go unsolved. You’re not a true teen super-sleuth unless you have a 100% success rate.
Rule #9: Remember that there’s no such thing as a smart criminal. If they were smart, they wouldn’t be a criminal.
Rule #10: Ghosts aren’t real. Monsters aren’t real. Magic isn’t real. There’s always a logical explanation (usually involving a latex mask).
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