something funny about that, just don't know why - maybe "check for address" if I may humbly suggest or "ask for ID", but it's your story...
always happy for suggestions, harps... bring it onum, folk are going to think the Australian police are pretty think if theyre asking a doll for ID
sounded too funny, Dallowaybut the creativity aspect is impressive, as always :)wishes, devika
This is very relevant to me-Lots of new homeless here in the US,and I think our #1 new upcoming industry to be law enforcement....asking a doll for I.D.?; I used to drink with the local cops-I've seen far stranger things...
strangely appealing, and an apt social comment...
Barbie-like girls are sometimes asked for their adresses (as far as I do remember ;-). Don't know what the policeman would like to do, but this idea makes me smile.Best wishesRalf
Ive gone and changed the wording on you all... something a little more descriptive...I watched the police prepare to enter a squat yesterday... not sure what they were going to do... all seemed a bit menacing though... I went back a photographed the doll - something I pass every day and thought strangely appealingbandit, I hope the situation improves... its a country full of contradictions
I like the letterbox better, if that's indeed what happened.Funny that my address/ID suggestion struck a chord of reality though. These things can go in so many directions.
now that's interesting! :)
Very nice, very unusual. Where's Ken when he's needed eh?
ha ha ha!
A unique haiga and the change does make more sense. Good one Emma.
Interesting. The verb "jammed" makes me think the previous owner doesn't want it back. And the doll looks like she's having a *great* time in the tree. Seems like the police ought to leave her there. And all those smaller faces on the right make it look like a sheet of stamps! The whole of it, to me, is wryly humorous.
Thanks for taking the time to write something.