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Some of the Things People Send in the Mail


  • Apples
  • Art
  • Beads
  • Blocks of woods
  • Books. Lots of books! Books in miracle fabric bags, books in boxes, books in puffy envelopes (not a good way to mail books) books in folded cardboard cases
  • Car parts
  • Cat coats
  • Chinese dragons from China for New Year's Parades
  • Clothes, scarves, shoes, hats, tops, tablecloths, and knitting
  • Computers
  • Cremated remains (Uncle Bawb!)
  • Dog coats
  • Dragon heads for Chinese New Years
  • Eyeglasses
  • Fish (dried, canned and smoked)
  • Guitars
  • Herbs
  • Indian costumes
  • Jaguars roaming through porn
  • King size blenders
  • Kites
  • Life size anatomically correct dolls
  • Marine parts
  • Marijuana (Is this legal?)
  • Meat (Don't send fresh meat in the mail!)
  • Metal. (Why do people send metal?)
  • Notes (Note: Paper envelopes do not fare well carrying assorted loose notes over vast distances and through many different buildings,
  • conveyor belts, trucks, planes and assorted people(s))
  • Oranges
  • Posters. Lots & lots & lots of posters!
  • Quick making money schemes provided in well packed boxes with lots (!) of full colour pictures
  • Religious Stuff
  • Rifles (You are not supposed to send rifles* in the mail without telling someone!)
  • Saddles
  • Sea monkeys
  • Shields from movie sets
  • Tobacco (Is this legal?)
  • Toothpaste
  •  T-shirts
  • Under arm deodorant
  • Violins
  • Vitamins. Lots of vitamins! Vitamins in miracle fabric bags with wax seals, vitamins in boxes, vitamins in puffy envelopes (not a good way to mail vitamins), vitamins in folded cardboard cases
  • Wine (Is this legal?)
  • Wooden manikins for to;-) stretch animal skins on
  • X-Rays
  • Yest Tractor Parts
  • Zebra skin rugs
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