Most Viewed

Humility
The Gloomy Guest
Optimism
Repentance
Hospitality
Recognition
Physiology
Baptism
Beginners
Preparedness


Least Viewed

Economy
Sympathy
Cause And Effect
Discretion
Sarcasm
What He Preferred
He Knew
Appearances
Dress
Making Sure


Random Stories Jokes

Baptism
Easy Living
A Magic Healer
Love Me Love Me Not
A Lovers' Quarrel
Merit
Classified
Community
Not Up-to-date
A Soothing Effect




Postal

Stories Jokes Home




It is human nature to take an interest in the affairs of others. The
fact has been amply demonstrated by innumerable postmasters and
postmistresses who have profited from their contact with the
communities' correspondence. That the postman, too, is likely to be well
informed is shown in a quotation by _Punch_ of a local letter-carrier's
apology to a lady on his round:

"I'm sorry, Ma'am, I seem to have lost your postcard; but it only said
Muriel thanked you for the parcel and so did John, and they were both
very well, and the children are happy, and she'll give your message to
Margery. That'll be your other daughter, I'm thinkin'?"





Next: Praise

Previous: Population



Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
ADD TO EBOOK


Viewed 1729