Have You Ever Read A Letter That Wasn't Meant For You?

@gtargirl (5385)
United States
October 28, 2008 8:10pm CST
And how did you come in possession of it? What was the letter pertaining? I'm asking because . . . as I was waiting for my son in the school's parking lot a girl left a note on someone's car window. But the owner of the car did not see it as she drove off and it flew onto someone else's car. What are the chances?!! That girl then took it off her window and flung it in the back seat. Interesting reading, I'm sure. So have you ever read something that wasn't meant for you?
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@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
29 Oct 08
yup my hubbies mail! He never opened any thing so I did and still now after almost 4 years he still gets mail!
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@gtargirl (5385)
• United States
29 Oct 08
He still gets mail that you open? LOL. It's a good thing.
@Lakota12 (42684)
• United States
30 Oct 08
yup and he passed away 4 years ago.
@fec139 (803)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I'm ashamed to say that I have done that and lived to regret it. I was dating a guy and he went to take a shower. I saw a letter sitting there and I read it. It was from an old girlfriend who wrote to him how she was still in love with him and wished they could get back together. The next week he broke up with me, and I knew why. I wished I hadn't read that letter.
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@gtargirl (5385)
• United States
29 Oct 08
That's kind of sad, my friend. I'm sorry. But did he break up because he found out you read the letter or because he went back to his old girlfriend. Either way, painful situation. Hope you're having better days now.
• Canada
29 Oct 08
In a case like that, I think I would just throw the note out, or something. I would not read someone else's private note. Now, there have been times when someone has received a letter, or was going to send one, and wanted my opinion of something, but that's only in cases where the sender or recipient has ASKED me to read it.
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@gtargirl (5385)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I would toss it if I knew it wasn't for me. But the girl had no idea it wasn't for her. It landed on her window before she got to her car.
@cripfemme (7715)
• United States
1 Nov 08
Yes, because I have had people live with me and I still get their mail after they leave. Sometimes I don't know where to send it or to send it for them. People call here all the time for people who lived with me five years ago. I have no idea where they are. The post office told me just to put addressee unknown and return to my mailbox.