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Lieber /jp/,

>> No.8591056

Have you ever written or recieved a letter before /jp/? I did a few days ago. Sending messages through IM and other things just doesn't cut it to using your own handwriting. Especially when you send it to a person you care about. You get that warm feeling inside.

>> No.8591059

liebe-chan iz teh bst tohu

>> No.8591064

I want to try it, but the person I care about is scared of giving me their address.
My handwriting is crap anyways, but the feels seep into the paper right?

>> No.8591075

I sent letters to an italian friend of mine. Then she married an arab and moved to Egypt. I never heard of her again.

>> No.8591077
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I have a horrible calligraphy, no one would like it.
Computers were a step forward for people like me.

>> No.8591078

Yes, they definitely do. It becomes a lot more personal and that's the great thing about it. Putting effort into writing it feels great.

>> No.8591084

I sent a christmas card to my school exchange partner from back then, plus an email. It's like the fucker completely forgot me...

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Ich finde diese ganzen pseudeutschen threads mit Koishi behindert.

Mystia passt viel besser. Ein schönes Gedicht ist besser als ein dreckiger, alter Psychologe.

>> No.8591097

I haven't written anything by hand in years.

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Part 12 when?