My best friend and I were rooming together for a Church retreat. Upon returning to our dorm, we found that my dad had slipped a note underneath our door reminding us to be more considerate of our neighbors. He definitely put a lot of thought into this. Unfortunately, the thoughtful letter reminding us to keep down the “noise and giggle” only spurred more “noise and giggle.”
I wake up this morning and find this in front of my door.
So my toilet broke and my dad wrote a sign on it; it reads:
NO SHIT (ddong)
ONLY URINATION (ohh jeum)
Apparently, when my dad first moved to California from the Philippines, he hit a parked car. He drove home and told my grandpa who told him, “Things in the US are not like in the Philippines! You have to leave a note.”
Contents of note:
“Sorry I hit your car. —[my dad]“
I found this on a price list that my dad made for a garage sale:
“A pair of brand new lumps – $20″
He wanted to sell LAMPS.
my dad’s picnic signup sheet said:
So, this is technically from my grandpa… but I thought it was so funny and cute! Below is what the card says:
We are so happy that YOU to graduate Master Degree from Teacher Shool of Columbia University with great success and honours!
Grandma gave you $15 to you as we met together in the restaurant – Yum’s Bistro. It was a joke! We hope you forget this matter, otherwise you may reserve this joke in your mind.
My heartiest congratulation again!
A. love that they sign it grandparent
B. Grandparents playing pranks? Amazing. I was confused by the $15 as well… as my grandma followed me to the restroom so to not allow my parents to see her give me the money….
C. use of honours… not only FOB but British now as well
note on refrigerator:
Stay home and do your homework. I gone to Macy’s and see that manicure make
hands softer. I go get clear manicure because red is for girls.