Thursday, July 4, 2013

My plans to immigrate to the US have been set in motion, now I just have to buy the dim sims...

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If I'd known how easy it was to bribe my way into the United States, I'd have done it years ago!  Who knew that all it would take was a suitcase full of oh so delicious Chinese entrees?

Want to hear about my cunning plan?  Click here [link] to read about it in my article over at Sprocketink!

39 comments:

  1. Where in the Unites States do you want to live. Have you ever been to Miami? It is so nice! When ever we go I never want to leave

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    1. I think I'd have to travel around a bit, sample all the delights on offer. It wouldn't take more than a year ... two at most.

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  2. I know you are joking. No one EVER wants to leave Australia, dim sims or not.

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  3. For a suitcase full of turkey hotdogs, you're welcome in my home anytime you want, Kellie! :)

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  4. I don't know I would pretty much do anything for good Chinese food!?!

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  5. Good morning! I am newly following your beautiful blog via the Blog Hop! Looking forward to connecting with you *hugs*

    Leanne x

    http://www.oh-mydaze.blogspot.com

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  6. Come on over girl! But here in Texas the bribe might actually be bar-b-cue or salsa.

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  7. Don't forget to stop in Central New York when you get here!

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    1. Oh, I think I'd love NYC. I do love a city, and it's the city of cities.

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  8. Oh...she's definitely a SOUTHERN GIRL! Mississippi would have all kinds of fun with Kellie!! :)

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  9. that's really funny. I'd do it for 2 suitcase full of shrimp dim sum.

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  10. What kind of idiot Federal employee would take food for a bribe? You know they had to of been fired and lost their glorious pension all for a case full of egg rolls. But I am curious how the negotiations went to get to that particular end. Did the conversation start with "What would it take for you to let me in? Let's start with a million dollars but settle at 200 egg rolls."

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    1. LOL! In my mind they just put them on the table and said "Oh look, you seem to have dropped your 200 egg rolls. You'd better put them away before they get lost. And now, we were talking about my citizenship papers?"

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  11. Talk about selling yourself short. If I had been that immigration officer, I would have demanded way more eggrolls than that.

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    1. Given that she no doubt lost her job, you'd think she'd have demanded at least a couple years worth.

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  12. Did they come with fortune cookies & a pot of tea?

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    1. I hope so! No chinese meal is really complete without a fortune cookie.

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  13. lovely blog <3
    Would you like follow each other?:)

    http://defishencia.blogspot.ru/

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  14. I enjoyed you egg roll guest post very much. Thanks for making me want Chinese food on the Fourth of July when Chinese food is the last thing I'll be eating today.

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    1. LOL! My apologies. But not to worry, I'm sure the Chinese places will all be open again after the 4th.

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  15. We can switch!! You come to Nj and I get Australia!!!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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    1. It'll be like that Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet film The Holiday! But which one are you and which am I? I'm kind of leaning towards Kate, I definitely had a bit of a thing for Jack Black in that one.

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  16. Hi Kellie - good luck with those wheels of process - such a fun time plotting and planning .. enjoy - and next year Fourth of July will be real for you! Cheers Hilary

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    1. I'm sure it'll work with no problems whatsoever when I turn up with a bag full of chinese food and nothing else ;D

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    1. Well I'm all out of egg rolls, but could I interest you in some prawn toast?

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  18. If only someone would knock my door with a suitcase full of food I'd be the happiest person on earth. I'd do almost anything for those lovely egg rolls. I wonder if they were fresh or the frozen type?

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    1. I hope they were fresh! Bad enough to get arrested over egg rolls, but if they were from the freezer section then that'd just be insult upon injury.

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