“Well, enough chit-chat. Let’s get down to business.” – these kids.
William Thomas, 12, wanted mail for Christmas, and now he’s been inundated with hundreds of letters.
Because a letter in the mail beats a text message, every time.
We trust you shall use these tricks wisely.
“Do you have any dresses that don’t fit snugly under your bust?”
“Someone needed help and they felt privileged to be given the opportunity.” UPDATE: The VA also sent Michael Sulsona a brand new wheelchair.
Life can be weird and great sometimes.
“There is no such thing as a gaydar. For the love of god.”
“Hammer everything he loves.”
Your writing speaks volumes.
There is no impotent rage like that contained in a letter to the editor. Some of these via Pointless Letters.
If you could turn back time.
St. Patrick’s Day: a day for children everywhere to ask for everything they didn’t get for Christmas.
There are letters to the editor and then there are letters to the editor.
Letters Of Note, Shaun Usher’s compilation of fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes, and memos is brilliant. Here, he chooses his 11 favourite entries for BuzzFeed.
“You knew always when I hurt and you made comfort for me.”
This is a project we can get behind. Via Snail Mail My Email.
And everything is written in CAPITAL LETTERS.
“Sir, things are becoming more and more difficult.”
“Kindly fire any motherf—er who hasn’t expressed alarm, because they don’t care about you.” Updated.
Let’s face it. Snapchatting someone just isn’t the same.
“I am still in a fever-fit of animal desire.” No kidding, dude.
I’m not a slow reader. It’s just that all the words and letters never want to sit still.
“I’ll fight for you always.”
This once again proves that astronauts are the coolest people around.
“Thank you, and I hope you choke.”