Well I've got an interesting puzzle for you guys to try to comprehend. Today was St. Patrick's day and our family isn't Irish, but we still like to celebrate it. Anyways to surprise the younger kids my parents set out chocolates across the floor leading to our shoes (because Leprechauns leave candy if you leave your shoes at the door). The pathway of chocolates were Andes candies (you know the small mint-chocolate bars that you get at Olive Garden when you're paying the bill). Anyways this morning we woke up, and in our shoes we got chocolate lollipops. Then something strange happened though... I had no clue about the Andes candies and neither did my siblings, but for some reason they were all missing in the morning. My parents set the chocolate out early in the morning and went to bed, so they were confused when they woke up why just the Andes candies were missing. Anyways we first figured that maybe one of the siblings stole the candies, because that would just seem logical, but after an investigation we found no one stole the candies. So this is where things get really out of whack... we have mice in our house, but would they steal the Andes candy? It sounds logical, but there was no evidence mice took it... you would think that if the mice took it A) They would've left some behind or B) They would've left droppings, but the chocolates were just gone. So main question here... do you think mice could collect the chocolates without making any mess, but this would also question why they didn't try to take the lollipops. This is freaking me out so if someone could explain it would be much appreciated.