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By Anonymous / Wednesday 4 April 2012 07:51 / Australia - Perth
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By  Baustigt  |  40

And this is why you never trust the post office! I personally get all my mail delivered by homing pigeon. And sometimes, just for that special someone, written on little bits of paper and scattered into the wind.

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  Birdie_Sage  |  0

Most likely she did explain her situation, and guess what? They won't even except her without a passport! My advice is to get a new one or find the old one, pronto.

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  _Oblivion_  |  12

My friend handcrafted a spear to perfection. He had forged it very nicely and carved the shaft out. He sent it in the mail to the customer and they lost it. It got stolen by some idiot who scanned the package and read "forged spear" or somethig like that and they took it. Bs on postal service part. the guy has to make it over again which took about a hundred hours or more.

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  JordanExile  |  8

I don't understand why flight attendants welcome you when you get to your destination. It's kinda weird like "hello, welcome to San Fran Cisco!" ...."I just arrived here with you." We all came together .-.

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  Epsilonyx  |  15

But I'm sure they already assigned them to a specific flight, y'know? They can't just change the flight time to wait for their passport. The airline probably need a certain amount of flight attendants right then.

By  Baustigt  |  40

And this is why you never trust the post office! I personally get all my mail delivered by homing pigeon. And sometimes, just for that special someone, written on little bits of paper and scattered into the wind.

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  odexy  |  12

I don't want to sound like "that guy" but why on earth would you wait until the last minute to get a passport when your "dream job" includes flying around the world? It seems to me like it'd be pretty obvious long before getting that job that you'd need one...

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  Baustigt  |  40

Oh, come on. If you're going to jump my thread at least make your comment bear some flimsy relation to mine. Then you can at least pretend it's a response.

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  odexy  |  12

Does it really seem that unlikely that I accidentally clicked on reply, didn't notice and then just scrolled to the bottom of the page and wrote a comment without thinking about it? lol.

By  C_A_M_E_R_O_N  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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