Dad Was Blaming His Dog For The Mess, Until The OTHER Dog Walked In…OMG!!!

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The expression “caught red-handed” has been around for centuries. Usually spoken in reference to someone who has been caught in the act of committing a crime, according to MentalFloss.com, it has origins that date all the way back to Scotland in about the 15th century. That’s a long time ago, but it has become so ubiquitous that most people know it (and have used it) well even now.But have you ever heard the expression “caught tissue-boxed?” I doubt it, because I just made it up. But if you watch this great video uploaded by YouTuber 2000Foxflyer, you’ll completely understand why I think this should totally replace “caught red-handed” as the caught-in-the-act phrase of choice.

Source: Guiltydog.littlethings.com