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Trending today: 'Brady Bunch' star dies; Dad stuck after child draws on passport

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Metro UK reports that a family vacation to South Korea turned into a paperwork nightmare after the child managed to get ahold of his dad's passport and draw some of his best doodles. Metro UK reports that a family vacation to South Korea turned into a paperwork nightmare after the child managed to get ahold of his dad's passport and draw some of his best doodles.
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While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

Ann B. Davis, Alice on 'Brady Bunch,' dies

Ann B. Davis, known for her role as housekeeper Alice on the hit show The Brady Bunch, has died. She was 88 years old.

Davis reportedly fell and hit her head on Saturday morning at her home in Texas and suffered a subdural hematoma, never regaining consciousness, according to CNN. She died at a San Antonio hospital, according to The Associated Press.

Actress Florence Henderson, who played mom Carol Brady on the sitcom, posted on Facebook she was devasted to learn of Davis' death Sunday.

Fans have also paid tribute to the late actress. One user Tweeted, "@Jo07: Ann B. Davis was the center square of my childhood I am so sad."

Dad stuck in South Korea after child draws on passport

A Chinese father may temporarily be stuck in South Korea after his 4-year-old son drew him an adorable picture all over his passport.

Metro UK reports that a family vacation to South Korea turned into a paperwork nightmare after the child managed to get ahold of his dad's passport and draw some of his best doodles.

The image was picked up by the wesbite after the desperate dad reportedly posted it on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo. It was accompanied by a message asking for help.

Myspace emails old pictures to lure you back

Remember Myspace? It wants you back.

Mashable reports the social network is emailing users old photos of themselves in hopes of getting them to return to Myspace.

The email includes a line that reads, "The good, the rad and the what were you thinking," along with a link that takes users to their profile.

So just FYI -- Myspace still has photos of you in halter tops and frosted tips.

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