09 October 2018

The Mail Monsters Project | 4

Don't be such a guzzler, Mail Monster!

But it really was! When the Mail Moster came back all the way from Canada, it has swallowed another envelope (the red one)!

You can see here a big scary Mail Monster, awaiting for fresh letter to be posted:


And Barb's answer to the question:

I've never heard of mail monsters before but the more I think about it the more I'm pretty sure they exist. Take for example how sometimes mail travels with rapid speed between two places and other times takes forever to reach destination. Perhaps the mail monster ate too much candy for breakfast and was working in hyper-alive :)
Then, there are times when a letter simply vanishes or shows up months later with 'return to sender'after so much time you actually forgot all about sending it. Perhaps, the mail monsters have a unique sense of humor and send mail to the wrong people... on purpose?


Do you think that Mail Monsters have a peculiar sense of humour?

13 comments:

  1. Barb is so spot on here. I have sent cards to her locale in Canada which is about 1000 km from where I live in the US. Why can I drive there in 12 hours but it takes ten days for a postcard to get there? Mail monsters along the border no doubt!

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    1. There is no other explanation! ;)

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  2. Je pense qu'il y a autant d'humour qu'il y a de monstres ,certains font de gentilles blagues comme garder un peu le courrier ,d'autres le gardent pour eux et d'autres le mangent c'est pour cela que le courrier arrivent en retard ou n'arrivent jamais

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    1. Bien entendu, je préfère les monstres qui seulement mangent un peu!

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  3. j'adore ces nouveaux monstres ,le monstre glouton et le monstre boite aux lettres

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  4. Great monsters, love the envelopes-gruzzling mm :-)

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    1. Eating envelopes must be another kind of mail addiction!

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  5. Love the mailbox monster. And what a fun idea to add to your monster on the envelope.

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    1. Some of the participants in the project have explained me about the monsters that live in mailboxes.

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    2. For some reason I think about them in the mail sorting machines, although I know some people think some mailboxes are not good ones to post into. And then there is also your story about Greece (still no postcard from there, by the way).

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    3. There is a mail box where I'm living now that we call "the magic one". Because, last summer, I posted a postcard into it, and it arrived in the United Kingdom the following day (?!?).

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    4. That is magic, for sure.

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Thank you for coming. All your comments make me extremely happy.