giovedì 15 febbraio 2018

A New Post From 'The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon"


Where people often go wrong with emptying a letterbox is that they don't realise that there is an entrance and an exit - neither goes in and out or out and in.

There is a slit facing the road where letters, newspapers and junk mail can be inserted. Watch out for overcrowding!
Here's the tricky part. On the other side (not shown in the picture above) there is a little door where you can retrieve things.
When you understand the entrance and exit thing it's really pretty straight forward. Before assembling your letterbox in place, it is a good idea to set it up in your livingroom and have a few practice runs.

4 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

This is incomplete information. Up North where I live in 'Cloudy Bay' we are designated Rural Delivery.
Our letter boxes have both a Receive and Send function.

My letterbox has a plastic flag thing on it that you can raise if you want the postie to collect things.

THE CURMUDGEONS INC. and its true members believe in providing readers with complete and accurate information - not half-truths.

Anonimo ha detto...

Come on boss, you remember how you instructed me to keep these fill in posts simple. People just don't care about the postal service in the far north. Let me do my job as we agreed. The readers at Richard's Bass Bag* are loving my posts! This will increase our very small readership.

The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon

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Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Hey, great post The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon! Now I understand how to retrieve my letters from that little scary box. I'm getting lots of positive feedback about your posts. 2 so far, but it's early days.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Look I don't want to sink your boat but THE CURMUDGEONS INC. already have a member who writes posts like this bogus 'The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon'

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