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go walkies

To disappear, usually due to being stolen or taken without permission. My pens always seem to go walkies. Can't you guys at least ask before you take them?

go walkies

go missing, especially as a result of theft. informal
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The crowd favourite's bulldog mask went walkies after Saturday's 1-1 draw at home to Cardiff City.
Dinosaur footprints which went walkies from a part of the Welsh coast have been recovered after they were offered for sale on the internet.
Birthday celebrations almost turned to tragedy for Yazmin Gibson when her two pet puppies went walkies.
Police are today hunting a gang of thieves after pet-related products worth pounds 20,000 went walkies.
It's claimed the silverware went walkies from Belfast's Botanic Inn as jubilant Jordanstown students drank to their win last year.
Earlier Mel B, who was also at the concert, went walkies - leaving before her former bandmate came on.
Fran said: "Our equipment was shipped back to the UK but somewhere between America and here, my Marshall combo went walkies so I replaced it with a VOX AC30.
The series kicked off with a suitably over the top set of baddies - shop mannequins which came alive and went walkies - a suitably idiosyncratic doctor and a suitably likeable assistant.
The dogs went walkies from their former home in November last year to make way for the Christmas ice-rink on the corner of Dovecot Street.
The sad thing was that George wasn't really up to be interviewed and went walkies before we got down to business.
DOG act Tina and Chandi went walkies through to the final last night, along with boyband Connected.
High-flying photographer Edward Smith almost sparked off an international incident when his spy in the sky went walkies.
WHEN her puppy Iggy went walkies and never came back, Brierley Howard feared she would never see him again.
Then they went for a walk and the necklace went walkies, too
The jazz babe went walkies just before dawn yesterday - hours after she was released on bail following a nine-hour grilling about alleged drugs offences.