Thursday, 5 June 2014

Dog House Blog, Not Travelling On Thursday!


What do you do when suddenly the muse takes you by surprise and you feel the urge to be creative? Grab something to draw on? Well let us hope it is not your passport. Poor daddy is unable to leave South Korea after his son decided to do a little drawing on his passport. He not only added a little more hair (how kind) but defaced the passport so badly authorities have refused to let him leave the country as they can no longer identify him from his passport photo. LOL stuck in South Korea there is going be some expensive telephone calls to the Chinese Embassy in attempts to get a new one. Have you had little one who thought it cool to draw all over your stuff. One day in a business meeting the whole room resorted to sniggering as one of the participants handed out his business cards. His daughter had written her own name on top of daddy's which had been crossed out with crayon. Somebody was very red faced that day LOL. 


Have a tremendous Thursday all. 

37 comments:

  1. Hehehe It's not funny to be a chinese daddy in South Korea LOL.

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  2. Good grief. That kid sure chose some really important document to draw on!

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  3. Crikey .... That was no LITTLE drawing! He sure did a good job of it, aye?? Poor Daddy might never get out of South Korea ...

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  4. Baahahahaa oh no what a mess..........poor daddy Molly....he may need to borrow one of the kitty bloggers teleport tunnels to get home...........oh I shouldn't laugh but bwahaaahhah :) hugs Fozziemum xxxx

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  5. I saw this on the news. Nice art work! lol Gotta pass the time somehow.

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  6. Oh no! That must not be fun for the daddy but it is pretty funny to read about. Same with the business cards!

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  7. Durn kids anyways. Whut a bunch o' delinquents.

    Bol!

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  8. OMD....Well, at least it's still in one piece. I ated da corner off my Daddy's birf certie when I was a wittle munchkin!

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  9. Definitely not funny.. well, kinda.

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  10. teeehee....I have no little ones to blame, but my parents could have told you a story or two about MY ANTICS! I've always been creative! HUGS TO YA MIZ THANG!

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  11. Losing your business cards, embarrasing, but your passport can be down right dangerous.

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  12. Molly nothing magical about our squirrels they are always around causing havoc and eating the pansies
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  13. can you imagine turning up to the airport and not knowing the kid had done that - and them opening it ....bbbbaaaaaawwwwwaaahhhhh

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  14. Oh dear - that would be totally hilarious - years from now. Right now though OMP! What a nightmare. XOXO - Bacon

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  15. OH MY DOG!!!
    come on over to ours house Molly we have a bunch of those four legged rascals cos our dad is running a rescue home or something for them, they run all overs the place....geeze louise!!
    stella rose

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  16. maybe that man could get some surgeries to look similar to his passport? that could be a way out and I bet it's not as expensive as the phonecalls. Have a super thursday, I'm glad we are chipped , hehe

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  17. oh, my goodness! how absolutely awful!

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  18. THAT is a good way of keeping DADDY HOME....

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  19. Oh my, that is not a good way to start the day!

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  20. We don't think that was a good place to doodle
    Lily & Edward

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  21. So it is the same the world over. Immigration officials with NO sense of humour.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  22. Ut oh . . . but it would be a wonderful story if the boy grew up to be a famous artist!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  23. Hehehe that's funny maybe the day well remember to put the new one out of reach in future,xx Speedy

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  24. What about watching your kid? LOL I can't imagine how long that child was left to their own devices in order to create that masterpiece. That father deserves to sit in South Korea! LOL

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  25. OMC...that is unbelievable. Our Daddy's Passport went through the wash and now lots of the electronic readers can't scan it, but it's still usable. Hope this kid's Dad doesn't have to look for permanent housing in S. Korea. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  26. BWaa haaa we saw this on the news!! Bet daddy was not happy
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  27. SO cute...but no, that's not a good thing to happen when you have to travel!

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  28. Oh. Well, whereas I find that wonderfully creative, my mom says she spent two years in S Korea and that's not really the place you want to be stuck.
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  29. MOL! We thinks someone should keep his passport in a safe place and get the human kitten a drawing pad. The drawings are cute however, we like the dad's beard. MOL!

    Purrs,
    Cindi Lou & The Kitty Krew

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  30. Oh my gosh. Your poor Dad. Don't know if we would want to be stuck in South Korea but it's better than North Korea. Hope your Dad gets home soon

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  31. Awwwww! As bad as that is, it is still so cute! Kids do the dardest things that's for sure!!!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  32. OMD...these are tooooooo funny!!! most likely 'cause they are true stories!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  33. OMD!! We asked mom and boy does she have a story to share! When she was toddler she'd often wake up before everyone else, one such morning she managed to escape her crib / bed and toddled into the lounge where she found a bottle of our Oumie's nail polish and proceeded to PAINT the TV screen with it. We are told that our Grandpa was NOT at all pleased!
    Have a pawsome weekend Mol
    Wally & Sammy
    xxx

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  34. Oops! Luckily we don't have those troublesome mini humans around our house.

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  35. Oh yes thanks for bringing back the memory! Mom had an ID card that Dad got a hold of and drew a mustache on her! She didn't know it until people started to laugh at her when she showed it. Why she still married him I'll never know! Love Dolly

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