The Postman Did It


Certainly, the evidence is present that suggests the postman called.ย  Perhaps a local problem, but there seems to be an increasing number of elastic bands littering the local streets – discards from the local postman’s bundles of letters as they walk their rounds.


23 thoughts on “The Postman Did It

  1. I have been thinking the same thing there really is a lot more rubber bands lying all over the place and I figures it would be a governmental agency responsible for it. I love the photo Stephen.

    • I’m guessing the working part is on the inside of the door, with the flange having a 90deg bend.
      As to the red rubber bands – I’m pretty sure our posties don’t use them. We have had the occasional rubber band shoved through the letter box

  2. My sister used to collect rubber bands while growing up. She had a pretty large collection when she parted with it.

    BTW, saw the feature Leanne Cole wrote about you. I was hoping she would use the shoe you photographed on the side of the road two years ago. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. well now, as a former 10 year employee of The Royal Mail in Warwickshire, I must take offence to your assumption in regards to the plethora of discarded bands of rubber spotted on your local streets. that said, as a former 10 year employee of The Royal Mail in Warwickshire (emphasis on the word “former”) I must silently nod in agreement to same.

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