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John Falstaff
08-12-03, 23:55
Hi Everyone,

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Which do you prefer to get, 'real' letters (written with pen on paper) or E-Mails?

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Or does it not matter?

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Isabella
08-12-03, 23:59
Hand written letters are much better because they are more personal. There is something romantic about recieving a letter and knowing that it has been touched by the writer.

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Annacia
09-12-03, 00:10
Depends on the letter and who's writeing it. ;)

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neil4768
09-12-03, 00:11
Don't mind which it is the thought that counts.

What you John?

John Falstaff
09-12-03, 00:25
All other things being equal, I prefer 'real' letters!

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But the content is important! Dunning letters in any form are to be avoided!

Gavman
09-12-03, 00:34
Carrier pigeon. Only works well if u leave ur window open tho :rolleyes:

tazmine
09-12-03, 00:59
I prefer to receive letters, but I like to send e-mails. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Jade-1968
09-12-03, 01:45
OOOOooooo, good question John!! I've been wondering the same thing myself, especially since I have gone "Incredimail" crazy and have really slacked off on the "Real Letters"!!! I love the e-mails, getting and receiving. I make a lot of my e-mail stationery from graphics snagged from groups or on the web and then I add little personal touches to it that would mean something to the person I'm sending it to. Lastly comes the music or saying. In most cases, there's time and thought put into each e-mail letter I send. But I agree, it's not as intimate as writing a letter, it is different. But I really enjoy doing it for people and they enjoy receiving them. If I try to suggest to a friend that I will be writing them a letter, they are like,"No, no. Just send me one of your e-mails!!!" LOLLOL. So I guess it depends on the individual. Nice thing about hand written letters is that you can spray a fine mist of your favorite scent on them, or enclose herbal tea bags to someone who is sick, or put a packet of flower seeds in for someone who loves to garden. You can make it more personal that way. So both work for me. Just depends on the person and situation http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif .
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Nicky
09-12-03, 09:06
Originally posted by neil4768:
Don't mind which it is the thought that counts.

I agree http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

chocco
09-12-03, 13:47
I am rather unlikely to recieve a letter but will ultimately get an email.
I would prefer a letter though!
Emails are better as your more likely to respond!
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stephaniedp
09-12-03, 14:09
Real letters no doubt. And I like writing them too, I have got an impressive collection of notecards, writing sets, envelopes, pads and the like, I buy them every time I travel.