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Wouldn't the paper a letter is written on still be considered stationary when traveleing thru the mail?

asked by YRRAL32 on August 11, 2017

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Yes :)
by BROTHER89 08/11/2017 7:12 AM
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Last Reply by YRRAL32 08/12/2017 6:52 AM

it is what it is ...............

Well it does travel through various postal "stations" on its journey. But in today's world, snail mail isn't written, because cursive is a lost art. It requires patience, and there's little of that these days
by CONNIFER 08/11/2017 9:22 AM
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Last Reply by BROTHER89 08/13/2017 9:03 AM

today's snail mail whatever left of it is usually shell-less

I wrote a letter of complaint 2 months ago, regarding bad reception at a venue hall and made recommendations. Had given my email "to acknowledge the letter" but got no reply.

Gonna write another one to a restaurant, tell them to sort out the toilet facility being directly in front of the dining tables! This letter's gonna be written in Punjabi (minus the address on envelope of course).

Perhaps....if you haven't scribbled out a note on toilet paper...LOL!!!
by ROLLE2323 08/12/2017 6:20 AM
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Last Reply by YRRAL32 08/12/2017 6:58 AM

lol..... got to be careful if using t.p.

Neither stationary nor stationery. As it is in motion and already used up. :)
by ABCDEF7 08/13/2017 1:42 PM
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Last Reply by YRRAL32 08/14/2017 6:35 AM

a one shot 'deal'

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