10 thoughts on “lost doll

  1. Eirik

    I got that mail as well, and my immediate reaction was scepticism and disbelief. That’s what years of spam, virii, net hoaxes and suchlike does to us, I guess. 🙁

  2. Jill

    Sure, it might be a hoax – but I can too vividly imagine my own daughter losing her favourite toy and the catastrophe that would be for the whole family….

    Actually once she did lose it. On holiday in Denmark with her father. She and her dad drove several hours back to pick it up and thank goodness, they found it.

  3. Jorunn

    Anyone else reminded of that Swedish television series – “R‰dda Joppe, dˆd eller levande”? 🙂

  4. Ghani

    It’s really funny, when I visited that page, I didn’t have to understand a bit of Swedish to figure out that they found her doll. I’m glad!

  5. Jill

    Oh look! They found it! Thanks, Ghani!

    🙂

  6. Elin

    I am not surprised you didn’t have to understand a bit of Swedish to understand that they found the doll , Ghani:-)
    E.

  7. Ghani

    Uh oh, now i’m paranoid — was that not swedish? Did i just make a fool of myself? 😉

  8. Elin

    That was 100% Norwegian, you see.
    But that’s ok. Norwegians survive worse insults:-)

  9. Ghani

    Oh dear. I apologize! ::slinks into a corner::

  10. Frizzante

    Dokke til besvÊr
    Det er ikke greit her i verden, og nÂr ens kjÊreste er borte vet en ikke helt hva en

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