Chain Mail

Going to try and get through a few reader submissions this week. Here’s a mailbox from ‘Me”. Sorry, I’m a bit confused is that Rolly, or another Me? And, do people really steal mailboxes in Scarborough? I know from the search results that there are many sluts in Scarborough and people trying to locate them, but mailbox stealers? And will such a pissweak chain really stop them if there are?

And let me add one of my own. A bad mailbox with a light that doesn’t work and and a hideous dead tree.

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12 Responses to Chain Mail

  1. Snuff says:

    Maybe the chain is to stop the tree from being stolen, TLA ?


  2. skink says:

    I was a victim of the Mount Lawley Letterbox Bomber.

    Over several months he caused panic and fear throughout the neighbourhood by blowing up peoples letterboxes at 2am with homemade roadside bombs made from tin foil, match heads and those compressed air bulbs from soda machines.

    we were woken by a large bang, ran outside expecting to see a car bomb, but only found bits of wood from our letterbox strewn around the front lawn. The police arrived an hour later and told us of the bomber’s exploits. They seemed to think it was rather funny, the cunts.

    the MLLB’s three month reign of terror in the inner northern suburbs was suppressed in the media for fear that the US government’s War on Terror might come to Inglewood, with B52’s carpetbombing Beaufort Street


  3. Greg Tangey says:

    Love the way Snuff is thinking outside the box, why is the letterbox always the target of theft? nobody ever thinks of the poor tree.


  4. Rolly says:

    Guilty as charged yer ‘onna.

    It’s such a pathetically feeble construction that the chain is probably there to stop the Summertime zephyrs from blowing it away.

    On the other hand, there’s a lot of yoof in the area who have yet to learn that most of what seems to be witty and amusing when you’ve got a belly full of piss and pills, really isn’t terribly very clever when viewed in the full light of day.

    PS. For the purposes of this missive, the term “yoof” shall be deemed to encompass the ubiquitous presence of middle-aged delinquents resident in the said district.


  5. Yes Snuff. Thinking outside the bento.


  6. David Cohen says:

    Top stuff. Where is #12, LA?


  7. Another Embletonian. I came for the letterbox. i stayed for the evil tree. No need to chain that mother up.


  8. Snuff says:

    Having considered your insights into Scarborough, TLA, I now suspect this has something to do with exhibitionist pole-dancing bondage-enthusiast dwarves.


  9. Anonymous Perthon says:

    maybe someone just delivered a chain letter *boom boom*


  10. David Cohen says:

    that’s gold AP. Gold I tells ya!


  11. margeryx says:

    The Embletonian letterbox and surrounds really sums up the spirit of the neighbourhood. I note the tree stump lamely covered with a dead plant in a plastic pot. Surprised there isn’t a rusty aircon hanging out the front window, or is it just out of shot?

    This inspite of 20% growth in Embleton house prices in the last five years. They could sell up, move to Koondoola and really let their garden go.


  12. WE had a rusty aircon hanging out of the window. It is now gone though. We are the new spirit of Embleton.


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