is it rude to send email christmas cards?

Indonesia
December 18, 2007 12:20am CST
Hi guys, just after your thoughts on this one
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11 responses
• Indonesia
18 Dec 07
no, why would you think it's rude? Or do you mean send only email cards, instead of snail mail? I think an email card is better than no card at all.
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• Indonesia
18 Dec 07
okey thanks my friend,..i just want a know about this thing,....thanks buddy
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• Indonesia
24 Dec 07
welcome
• United States
18 Dec 07
It depends on the person you send it to. I guess you might offend a non believer. Other than that reason. Of course not why would it be rude? It would actually be nice. I would be happy if someone sent me one. Why do you ask?
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• Indonesia
18 Dec 07
I was going to send "real" cards to my dear friends, but I thought email ones for everyone else
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• United States
18 Dec 07
It depends on the person you send it to. Other than that reason Of course not why would it be rude? It would actually be nice. I would be happy if someone sent me one. Why do you ask?
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• Indonesia
20 Dec 07
i agree with you
18 Dec 07
Well it's not as nice as receiving an actual card that you can put up in your house, but it's better than no card at all! I don't think it's rude at all. It's moving with the times really.
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• Philippines
18 Dec 07
I don't think it's rude; it's actually nice of you to think of sending Christmas cards through email. Although it would also be nice to actually receive Christmas cards through the regular mail, at least you still remembered the people you're emailing and let them know that you thought of them this season. :)
@Lady_Vincy (1542)
• United States
24 Dec 07
I don't think it's rude to email Christmas cards. I actually think it is better because you get to save a bit of the environment by saving trees and paper and also the e-cards can be more personal. I say that e-cards should be used over paper cards.
@Ohara_1983 (4120)
• Kuwait
23 Dec 07
for me i never feel it is rude to send a e-mail cards to your friend or loveones, they will feel great that you still remember them.
@usnavys (297)
• Poland
19 Dec 07
I think that everything depends on who is the addressee of a card. Email Christmas cards can be sent to our friends that are in similar age to us. For older and more conservative people, in my opinion, the best is to send traditional Christmas cards.
@fireash (16)
19 Dec 07
no! not at all...(unless a person whom you gonna send is against the idea of christmas that i think would me soooo rude!) and yeah ive said not all, coz anyone that could receive that would really appreciate you, as a person, as well as a friend, but i think it would be more admirable, if you'd give that in person..=)
@bowtieguy (5930)
• United States
19 Dec 07
It is the tought that counts and getting an email is better than nothing at all, as long as it is heartfelt and meaningful i'm sure anyone would be touched that you thought of them this time of year. Even your parents and siblings, but I would still send them a real card.
@JoyfulOne (6242)
• United States
18 Dec 07
I don't think it's rude at all. And of course, it depends on the person. I have a lot of cyber friends (ie: ones that I met over the internet and chat with in forums etc.) I always send them an email Christmas card as opposed to a snail mail card. I don't think there's ever anything wrong with letting somebody you know you're thinking of them, whether it's a cyber card or not. (Of course, Grandma and other relatives & friends that live far away get a mailed card.)