Christmas 2014

The fifth calendar was a detective novel in 24 chapters. Each day our heroes had to solve a mystery, and finally they had to find the missing Dorullnisse of Toilet Roll City.

Their names were mostly puns that won´t easily translate. Our hero is named Dolokk Holmes, which is an obvious pun on Sherlock Holmes, Dolokk is the Norwegian name for toilet lid. Mind you, Dr. Fanny is named after the British nickname, not the American. Most of the characters contains the word do, as that means toilet. Other puns, like Marie-Ann Toilette, I’m sure you get.
1.desember

December 1st: Dolokk Holmes

2.desember

December 2nd: Dr. Fanny

3.desember

December 3rd: The mayor of Toilet Roll City

4.desember

December 4th: Old Aunt Toa

5.desember

December 5th: Miss Klosetta

6.desember

December 6th: Marie-Ann Toilette

7.desember

December 7th: Little Dorit

8.desember

December 8th: Doris

9.desember

December 9th: Principal Petter Uthe-Dass

10.desember
December 10th: Children´s author WC Andersen

11.desember
December 11th: Local politician Cisterna Solbær

12.desember

December 12th: The Maharaja

13.desember
December 13th: Klorina

14.desember

December 14th: Cousin Sander

15.desember
December  15th: The butler, Donald

16.desember
December 16th: The cook

17.desemberDecember 17th:  Tom Dorull

18.desember

December 18th: Rulle

19.desember

December 19th: Miss Rulla

20.desember

December 20th: Baby brother Anders

21.desember

December 21st: Colonel Dobørsten

22.desember

December 22nd: Miss Hylse

23.desember

December 23rd: The shopkeep at Domus

24.desemberDecember 24th: The missing Dorullnisse

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