Sunday, November 13, 2011

A RECIPE FOR MAILING

How to avoid a small letter becoming a large letter.    :>>


1) Iron the folded contents flat.


2) Once the paper/card is in the envelope, Use the iron again and iron it very flat.


3) If you haven't got an iron handy and there's no breakables or other issues, hammer the envelope.


4) Otherwise, prepare everything a day or two in advance of posting and spend some time sitting on the envelopes to flatten them.


5) When you are sure all your mail is slimline and will easily slip through the wafer thin Post Office measuring template,  stick stamps on it and post.

4 comments:

flightplot said...

I was smiling when I read this as I find that posting almost any kind of letter is a complex transaction nowadays, and I do wonder why it has to be like that! Flighty xx

ZACL said...

Hello Mr f. Glad you got a smile. why it's like it is...money.

XX :)

keiko amano said...

ZACL,

We can all save a lot of money because of your instruction. I'm also glad to own a hammer. I haven't used it for a long time. Now I can use it.

ZACL said...

Wonderful Keiko! Please tell us how it all works out. :)

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