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Lipstick Stamps

Lipstick Stamps

  1. Anonymous

    I’m about to to start a year long travel around the world. Can my girlfriend put her lipstick stamp on my passport or will this get me thrown in some Chinese prison? She seems very motivated to do this since I just added a bunch of pages to my PP before they stopped allow in this.

    Thank you!

  2. Gaurav

    Not sure if this is a joke but I’ll bite. Is she planning to “endorse” every page :)? I’m sure she could just kiss the last couple of pages which can’t be stamped. I don’t think anyone’s going to throw you in prison for this.

  3. Nazenail

    Thanks for the reply. No it’s not a joke. Admittedly, I was mad drunk messaging the whole internet last night, but the question still stands. We’ve both been curious about this ever since having heard that Jason Derulo song “Talk Dirty” where he mentions lipstick stamps on his passport.

    I think just one single lipstick stamp would be cool, just as long as this little “gag” didn’t end up causing me lots of regret in the immigration line. ( I remember Lucky’s scare moment in UAE)

  4. PhatMiles

    I thought it is a silly question and apparently not.
    I looked up for people having no issues with win and ink spilled passports. A lipstick mark should not be a problem at all.

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