Do you still use post cards?

By Bala
@balasri (26549)
India
August 7, 2007 1:08am CST
And post them?
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3 responses
• Malaysia
7 Aug 07
Definitely....YES, my dear friend. It is only the way where the feeling of admiration is touched. And we can know the recipient keep it or not. I mean this way, let say, next two years we visit the recipient's house and he or she show us our post card/s that we sent is in well kept, we can feel the mood of admiration and respectful of friendship or love. It is not the lore type of communicating to each other but the 'esteem' value that makes. Just make it to your parents for this coming Merry Christmas Day. See the outcome.....blissful....your parents may kiss you..
@balasri (26549)
• India
7 Aug 07
I meant the cards you write letters.
• Malaysia
7 Aug 07
OK, Thanks a lot.
@Calais (10899)
• Australia
7 Aug 07
No, I have never used postcards..Im not big on cards in general, so I would not buy a postcard.
• Malaysia
7 Aug 07
Hi Calais.....and you again before me...just nice!!!! today means we met twice but different location!!! beach and town area...keep going!!!
@balasri (26549)
• India
7 Aug 07
Yes this is one of the habit that is dying slowly in front of our eyes.Thanks to the internet.
@friendship (2085)
• Canada
8 Aug 07
No, I don't use post cards anymore. When I would like to say, I'll send emails or online greeting cards. It is fast and efficient. Some people send post cards when they travel to a foreign country. I think they would like to introduce a panorama of that country.