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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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A POPULAR pooch-themed bouncy castle has gone walkies.
He said: "I got hurt on the gallops the morning I was due to fly out for the June 25 hearing, and I wrote to the Turf Club straight afterwards confirming I'd accept the finding but would not accept blame on the basis that the Turf Club security camera footage from Leopardstown was not available, and it seemed to have gone walkies when we asked for the video.
Beagle 2 could have gone walkies little green men might have captured it.
Two ornamental stone dogs, worth Pounds 300, have gone walkies from outside a house in Dunchurch Road, Rugby.
Her bits were back in place when she collected her Fashion Icon of the Year gong - gushing "All of you made me feel like a star before I was" - but by now the back of her dress had gone walkies.
There were three missing commas, five absent apostrophes, an extraordinary 11 missing capital letters, three AWOL hyphens and a colon which had gone walkies.
The Sin City actress was crying and wailing when she realised her favourite purse - worth pounds 3k - had gone walkies at the super-exclusive De Grisogono bash.
5 million have already gone walkies off shop shelves in Japan and America and the computer pet is expected to do the same when it goes on sale in Britain this Friday.