Mario Got into my House?

Magic Thief

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Seriously, I really have no idea how he got in my house, took my stuffs, put them on the front door, got out and went back for them. :/

I’m staying on the 5th floor, the balcony fence was locked, the front door and fence was locked, the rooms were all locked, and the only available opening without a fence is a small window in my kitchen but the window lead to an air well straight to the ground floor.

Unless.. unless..

Magic Thief-4

He’s Mario.

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54 Comments

  • May 1, 2010 - 6:42 am | Permalink

    still doubtful how he get in?

    Reply:
    Me too

  • Hikki85
    May 3, 2010 - 8:36 am | Permalink

    lol think u should watch the movie call ‘case 39’…. and lock your doors like that hahahahaha XP

    p/s: hmmm… was thinking… the bathroom/toilet got window? O_o if yes isit facing the balcony?…. last time i do hear some stories that they enter the house from the bathroom/toilet window…

    Reply:
    The window too small for a person to get in..
    Some more it faced the airwell same like the kitchen window.

  • May 6, 2010 - 3:28 am | Permalink

    just saw your blog today, love your illustrations!!
    the mario part made me laugh. keep it up! :)

    Reply:
    Welcome and thank you trixie :D

  • akuuuz
    February 7, 2011 - 1:33 am | Permalink

    a new reader, just stumble upon this. reading all that i can. sorry for the very late response to your post.

    BUT. did u consider of the thief planting hidden cameras inside ur home? then maybe its not too weird that he didn’t steal much coz what he want is not stealing. r u a spy from some country? or this country hero a.k.a. super miao?
    man i love to conspire XD

    Reply:
    hahahahaha you watch too many movies!! XD

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