Top Ten Sherlock Holmes Story Titles that Describe James Milner’s Member

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Sir Arthur Conan O’Doyle. British. Boss. His character, Sherlock Holmes, has withstood the test of time and his writings ushered in a new genre of fiction that has transcended media: the crime and the detective. Still, O’Doyle passed away in 1930. However, despite writing and publishing and dying at least six decades before the birth of James Milner, we said an odd pattern in his story titles.

They all vaguely described a certain bit of James’ anatomy. Read and judge for yourself.

1) The Two Shriveled Oranges

2) The Adventure of the Engineer’s Knuckle-less Thumb

3) The Adventure of the Crooked Member

4) The Adventure of the White Peter

5) The Adventure of the Missing Three-quarters Inch

6) The Adventure of the Second Stain

7) The Adventure of the Bowl-cut Headed League

8-The Adventure of the Ignoble Bachelor

9) The Adventure of the Stockbroker’s Jerk

10) The Adventure of the Yellow Sock

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