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    Yeah, I've had people taking pictures of my little boy, he has blue eyes, blonde hair. I really couldn't care less, it's not stealing his soul and they probably just think he's cute.

    There was an asian family at the airport who were picking up blonde babies and walking around with them which I DID think was a step (or two!) too far, haha, luckily we were eating so they left us alone but oh my goodness. How they weren't shouted at I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    In China though it would get really old really fast, especially when you are trying to get a family photo and they jump in with you lol
    HAHAHA
    I have to say, every time we are out and about it's always the Chinese who are really friendly and inquisitive about the kids. I like it but I'd draw the line at photobombing!

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    Yeah this would freak me out. It would freak me out if a female did it too though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    HAHAHA
    I have to say, every time we are out and about it's always the Chinese who are really friendly and inquisitive about the kids. I like it but I'd draw the line at photobombing!
    They are really good at photo bombing too. Eg would get in the frame but at a fair distance in the background so you'd have to run after then to shoo them away 😁
    I'll see if I can find a family picture with Chinese friends in it 😉

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    When I was 4 I was at the park with my mum and a Japanese family were having their wedding.

    They begged my mum to let me be in one of the photos... Which my mum reluctantly allowed one however she pulled the pin when they took the dress off their similarly aged flower girl and tried to put it on me for the photo.

    I would not worry about it. You are not even sure if he did and if he did there nothing much you can do. Just take comfort in the fact that the photo won't be used for ill use.

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    I don't know why but these stories are cracking me up


 

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