Reply-paid envelopes

This is what reply-paid envelopes are for.

Today the Adelaide Festival can expect to receive a picture of a fish.

The Tax Office is sure to appreciate erotic poetry.

Mail order companies always welcome children’s drawings.

Government departments like birthday cards from elderly relatives.  They don’t mind if the card has been addressed to someone else first.  I know this because I met a government department at a party once, and asked him what he likes receiving in the mail, and he said birthday cards.  Since government departments don’t really have birthdays, they’re happy to receive cards at any time of year.

People who send out surveys are happier when their surveys are returned with expired Mexican bus tickets.

Next time a reply-paid envelope comes your way, make the most of the chance to add some colour and confusion to someone’s day.

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