Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Chemistring » 16 Dec 2009, 22:02

You clearly don't deal with Canada Post enough if this surprises you. Maybe your packages can say hi to each other when they pass. 8)
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Vaughn » 16 Dec 2009, 22:47

But i planned on them saying Hi when they arrived! Theyll ruin it!
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby TheRocket » 16 Dec 2009, 22:51

:( All I get are bills.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Cake » 16 Dec 2009, 23:08

Vaughn wrote:Stuff i ordered from quebec a week ago is going to get here first, via the same service =P


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Postby Evil Jim » 17 Dec 2009, 02:48

My longhand looks like a 4th grader's since that's when my teachers stopped requiring we use it. I don't even remember all the letters for cursive anymore but my printing looks very sharp. I'm rather proud of it.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Machalllewis » 17 Dec 2009, 03:57

I can't wait to order some LRR stuff just to receive it and finally get some interesting mail.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Trisha Lynn » 17 Dec 2009, 04:59

Damn those Quebecois!

Oh, and you can see my photos here.

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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Rikadyn » 17 Dec 2009, 08:23

Evil Jim wrote:My longhand looks like a 4th grader's since that's when my teachers stopped requiring we use it. I don't even remember all the letters for cursive anymore but my printing looks very sharp. I'm rather proud of it.


Exact opposite, I've used cursive exclusively since 4th grade, my print looks like the insane scratchings of an axe murderer...
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby AlexanderDitto » 17 Dec 2009, 09:15

Gosh I am really excited for MasterGunner to get my scarf; I hope it gets there soon! All the pics of people getting their stuff has me antsy now! XD
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Master Gunner » 17 Dec 2009, 10:22

Unfortunately it isn't here yet, and if I don't get it tomorrow, I won't be able to pick it up until the New Year.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby DMRenegade » 17 Dec 2009, 10:52

I got my CTS Figure and Scarf the other day. The figure sits proudly on my desk and the Scarf has been keeping me warm the past week for the crazy cold weather we've had here in Calgary. Once I get the chance to I'll try and take some pics. :)
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Postby Keith K » 17 Dec 2009, 10:59

Trisha Lynn wrote:Oh, and you can see my photos here.


In fact, we cannot. :(
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Keith K » 17 Dec 2009, 11:01

Rikadyn wrote:
Evil Jim wrote:My longhand looks like a 4th grader's since that's when my teachers stopped requiring we use it. I don't even remember all the letters for cursive anymore but my printing looks very sharp. I'm rather proud of it.


Exact opposite, I've used cursive exclusively since 4th grade, my print looks like the insane scratchings of an axe murderer...


Even his sig is fancy-shmancy... friggin' elfs.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Rikadyn » 17 Dec 2009, 11:33

Keith K wrote:
Rikadyn wrote:
Evil Jim wrote:My longhand looks like a 4th grader's since that's when my teachers stopped requiring we use it. I don't even remember all the letters for cursive anymore but my printing looks very sharp. I'm rather proud of it.


Exact opposite, I've used cursive exclusively since 4th grade, my print looks like the insane scratchings of an axe murderer...


Even his sig is fancy-shmancy... friggin' elfs.


Hey, I paid good money for them as well...
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Trisha Lynn » 17 Dec 2009, 11:35

Keith K wrote:
Trisha Lynn wrote:Oh, and you can see my photos here.


In fact, we cannot. :(


Just changed permissions. Good now?


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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Evil Jim » 17 Dec 2009, 11:42

Keith K wrote:
Rikadyn wrote:
Evil Jim wrote:My longhand looks like a 4th grader's since that's when my teachers stopped requiring we use it. I don't even remember all the letters for cursive anymore but my printing looks very sharp. I'm rather proud of it.


Exact opposite, I've used cursive exclusively since 4th grade, my print looks like the insane scratchings of an axe murderer...


Even his sig is fancy-shmancy... friggin' elfs.

And over-sized.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Keith K » 17 Dec 2009, 11:53

Trisha Lynn wrote:
Keith K wrote:
Trisha Lynn wrote:Oh, and you can see my photos here.


In fact, we cannot. :(


Just changed permissions. Good now?


lol MORGAY
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Machalllewis » 17 Dec 2009, 11:56

Trisha Lynn wrote:
Keith K wrote:
Trisha Lynn wrote:Oh, and you can see my photos here.


In fact, we cannot. :(


Just changed permissions. Good now?


Man those guys have some big, fancy signatures.
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Kaemon » 17 Dec 2009, 21:52

They do :-/ Wonder how long they've practiced them.

Since we're on handwriting, Chemistring, despite not changing from 6th grade according to you I think you have better handwriting than most people :-/ Because people just don't practice it anymore thanks to computers.
Of course my handwriting is terrible, haha...
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Chemistring » 18 Dec 2009, 18:31

DMRenegade wrote:I got my CTS Figure and Scarf the other day. The figure sits proudly on my desk and the Scarf has been keeping me warm the past week for the crazy cold weather we've had here in Calgary. Once I get the chance to I'll try and take some pics. :)

Scarf-spotting radar ON!

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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Vaughn » 18 Dec 2009, 18:54

Dang! Calgarys generating a formidable fanbase! =D
Which scarf was this, so i can yell jealous obscenities at you if i see it?
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Chemistring » 18 Dec 2009, 19:16

I'm guessing the crocheted LRR scarf from steelfox, seen here. There do seem to be a lot of LRR fans here, must be contagious.

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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby tak197 » 18 Dec 2009, 21:38

TheRocketSiobhan wrote::( All I get are bills.


Same with me and junk mail.

We should get some sort of gift exchange going for the forum soon. We can do like a Secret Santa, but around St. Patrick's Day (Secret Lepruchans?) or around the beginning of July for Canada/Independence Day (Secret Patriot Spies?). I say that because who cares when you get packages, it's always SQUEE-worthy.
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Postby wartjr2373 » 19 Dec 2009, 14:52

Trisha Lynn wrote:Damn those Quebecois!

Oh, and you can see my photos here.

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There are four signatures that I can't begin to read. To whom do the following signatures belong:

"It's for the kids"
"Time for a story"
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Re: Best Mail Delivery Ever. (And other DBFH mail deliveries!)

Postby Gordon Fearman » 19 Dec 2009, 14:54

"Time for a story" sorta looks like Paul
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