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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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JAKE AND BAILEY can be seen every day in Cheylesmore going walkies.
One suspects the Scottie won't have to put up with people suggesting that it is stingy for much longer as Netto considers going walkies over the border.
Six months ago, Sharki was petrified of water - until she tumbled into the sea while going walkies with Amanda and discovered she loved it.
She's always walking into trouble on the telly, but off it sexy soaperstar Bev Callard is just going walkies.
ASTON Villa may be having a ruff ride on the pitch as they face up to going walkies from the Premier League - but the club is officially top dog at flogging pet products.
But before he brings in some new development in the shops, he dons a disguise to find out why profits are going walkies, and discovers other ways he could take the lead.
Faced with his flatmate and sibling going walkies to the Championship, the Caley Thistle left-back acted quickly - and drafted in a four-legged friend.
GOING WALKIES A DURHAM animal sanctuary is calling on all dogs to bring their human companions to Jesmond Dene Park for a sponsored walk.
THIS tiny puppy is already top dog in America - going walkies into the White House yesterday.
Curl up by the fire on a wool rug depicting a dog going walkies, pounds 399, Habitat.
Be prepared to disinfect the trolley after every walk, because as the dog is going walkies again, it will naturally go to the toilet.
Yesterday, he posted photos of himself in sunglasses and said: "It's suddenly so weird going walkies without the Mission: Impossible theme tune.
Having seen the pedigree pooch going walkies with owner Caroline Munro, 58 - buxom star of The Spy Who Loved Me - he barked at the thieves.
Since then, things have not gone entirely to plan, with 28,000 bags going walkies and more than 350 flights cancelled.
WARREN Gatland has been told he is barking up the wrong tree with plans to stop Welsh players going walkies.