Email Or Post?

@Mickie30 (2633)
April 15, 2007 10:34am CST
If your friend sends you a letter would you prefer an email or a postal letter?
4 responses
• Philippines
15 Apr 07
Email my friend, with no second thoughts. But in cases where my friends are nowhere to be found on the internet so I have to send them a postal letter. I think postal letters are even better than sending them text messages. I can also send them some stuffs and that would surely make my friend glad.
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@Mickie30 (2633)
15 Apr 07
Thanks I like getting snail mail because I think it is nice to recieve a letter through the post. It is a nice surprise when you recieve a letter.
@vin_kmr (227)
• India
15 Apr 07
I prefer a Email, it is quite simpler, posting letter is quite a big process, we have to go to the post office and post it, paste a stamp. and it requires some time to reach to the person, and overall time and money matters, but Email is a good and simpler procedure, we can just type the matter, by sitting in home and send it, so that it reaches the person in a very few seconds ofcourse, posting a letter to a friend it is very old process, people use the advanced technology, and they want to make their life simpler and easier, what do you do exactly, post a letter to a friend or just send a Email?????
@yanstill (1491)
• China
19 Apr 07
well that depends. if it is not urgent,i prefer to receive letters by is happy to wait for letters,and if i dont know prieviously,that would be a surprise,i will not be that surprised if i get an email from my friend,coz that happened every day,i get used to it. but if i need some immediate information,email is better,nothing can be faster than email,and it's easy as long as i have a computer.
@KarenO52 (2951)
• United States
15 Apr 07
I prefer email because it's so much faster. I usually save my email letters from friends in my documents files, and also print them out. Snail mail is ok too, and sometimes I'll get a letter that's all decorated with little drawings and stickers that are nice to save.