Washi tape, I am at your mercy. I have tried to resist you, I have tried to stop loving you, but it's like a zombie trying to resist the sweet taste of human flesh—it's just impossible!
I know that I don't have any more room for you. I know that I'll have to sell my kidney in order to buy more of you, but I must have you! I suffer from washinitis and you are my drug and cure.
*This blogpost is brought to you from Washi W-Anonymous, a concerned group of recovering addicts trying to help fellow snail mailers with their obsessive tape struggles. Laura came to us about a month ago, telling us that washi tape was taking over her life (as well as her house) and we tried our best to help her.
Laura left the above note before fleeing our clinic. We've now come to the realization that there are some washi weirdos that are beyond our help. Don't be like Laura. The last time we saw her, she was begging someone to give her washi tape in exchange for her kidney. It was frightening and we won't go into detail in case children are around. We thought it was our duty to bring you this story to the public as a cautionary tale for other people who might be on this terrifying path. Get help before it's too late!
|Shitflap! It's London-themed mail from Jess! Stop one on the Sisqo-themed "Thighs Like What-What" tour.
|Squirrel postcard from, you probably guessed it, Sushi!
|OY VEY! It's a party invite from Felicia!
|Mail from my very favourite library page, Miki (whose most recent outfit post makes me angry that I don't live in California)
|Mail from Vanessa in Chicago
|Nuts from Natasha! More squirrels, baby!
No outgoing for this week. It's not as if I'm the co-organizer of a club for penpals or anything, right? Own a mail blog? It would be ridiculous of me to send mail! Get outta here with your craaazy ideas people!
On a serious note though, I'm very much looking forward to the first issue of LEP's newsletter being completed because I'd like to a) sleep for more than 3 hours a night and b) actually write a letter. But soon...soon!
Just a reminder that this is the last week to sign up for LEP at the discounted rate; otherwise, I will "see" you at the first LEP meeting on February 1!
Have a wonderful week everyone!