Everyone loves a handwritten letter and a little treat in the post. This is a little bit of Old School Fun! A surprise in the post, with something to disrupt the endless Star Jumps in the Kitchen!
The idea is really simple, buy a parcel for a friend, relative or yourself. When it arrives, enjoy the contents, a letter, a little challenge, 20 quiz questions and then connect to someone else. It’s the Snail Mail Internet…! Each week mylegoman will produce a small parcel to be sent out in the post (First Class) on a Tuesday to get to its destination hopefully on #HumpDay. (Wednesday) its just a bit of light hearted fun.
How To Mix It Up
… You can buy four parcels (for example) and the parcel of the week will be sent out to the same recipient each week over the following four weeks. … so you sort a little care package for a friend or family member over a period of time.
….. Write a note (using the ‘Order notes’ field on the checkout) to your recipient to telling them who set up ‘Pass The Parcel’ for them…….or leave the box blank, leaving your recipient wondering where this little gift came from?
The first ‘Pass The Parcel’ contains a Handwritten Letter from mylegoman, Twenty Question General Knowledge Quiz, A Packet of Fruit Pastilles with a Challenge… the first weeks challenge is ‘Can You Resist The Chew?” and a Envelope with a Stamp. What to do with the stamped envelope?…. Write a letter to a friend? Pass on the Quiz Questions and Letter to someone else? Write your own quiz questions and pass them on.
The second mylegoman “Pass The Parcel” will be along similar lines, with the quiz results and best of the challenge results from the previous week
mylegoman is all about social media so obviously there will be the spill over into social media…. #mylegoman #passtheparcel are the hashtags to use…. Ask people for help with the quiz questions?, Post your challenge results?… add your challenge photos and videos? Comment on your favourite flavour of Fruit Pastille. I am well aware that there are many people we know that are not connected to the internet and will miss out on the all the stuff that is currently being set up to entertain.
Reassurance From The Post Office.
The parcels are small, will pass through a standard letterbox. Public Health England (PHE) has advised that people receiving parcels are not at risk of contracting the coronavirus. From experience with other coronaviruses, we know that these types of viruses don’t survive long on objects, such as letters or parcels.
Please note: Monday Noon ordering deadline for sending out on Tuesday.
A ‘large letter’ sized parcel that will fit through a letterbox, containing printed material and a treat.