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The Best Way To Spam People Who Send Spam Mail (4 pics)

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  • 12 Mar, 2015  |
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If you send spam mail, you're going to get what you deserve.

The offender.
"So I get Junk Mail from this company 4-5 times per week... it's really annoying. So inspired by that whole "Mail Your Enemies Glitter" campaign I decided to follow suit."

1 The Best Way To Spam People Who Send Spam Mail (4 pics)

The opportunity.
"No postage required? Sweet! That means they will be paying for what ever I send them back!"


2 The Best Way To Spam People Who Send Spam Mail (4 pics)

The deed.
"Since they have to pay by weight, I decided to go with these itsy-bitsy teenie-tiny beads. Seriously, these things scatter like roaches when they fall; and they weigh more than glitter too, so it will cost them more to receive this package."


3 The Best Way To Spam People Who Send Spam Mail (4 pics)

The wait.
"All sealed up and ready to go! Childish? Yes. Pointless? Yes. Worth it? Yes."


4 The Best Way To Spam People Who Send Spam Mail (4 pics)


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№1 Author: less fun now (12 Mar 2015 06:42) Total user comments: 0


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It was more fun to tape the prepaid envelope to a brick until the post office stopped delivering those.
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№2 Author: Aindy (12 Mar 2015 10:38) Total user comments: 2863


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And? Nothing else? Chances are he didnt send it.....
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№3 Author: randomdude735 (12 Mar 2015 16:37) Total user comments: 463


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Really? Glittery beads? We used to send bricks and boxes of trash with ours.
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№4 Author: saint357 (12 Mar 2015 18:56) Total user comments: 2366


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pointless
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№5 Author: LewisJones (12 Mar 2015 19:01) Total user comments: 2206


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I agree with randomdude735, I have a neighbor who will send stinky trash back. It may only be giving him a warm, fuzzy feeling, but that's pretty good, too. And it's free.
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№6 Author: PhoneDude (12 Mar 2015 19:29) Total user comments: 0


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Similar goes to marketing calls. Don`t be angry and stuff. Enjoy them. Let them talk, put your phone to the side, make random aha uhm noises, like you care and when asked a question act like you had to focus elsewhere and ask them to repeat what they just said. Or ask them to call some other time again, since you cannot clearly focus at the conversation. After some time they realize what your game is and soon you`ll be sent on a blacklist not to be called :D

I had troubles for years until I tried this. Today my battery lasts 4x times longer and I get only calls I find important to me. Well, every now and then somebody tries, but I correct their habbit soon. Doesn`t has to work everywhere, it worked for me thou
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№7 Author: barney (12 Mar 2015 20:11) Total user comments: 0


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Why not send back dog poo in plastic bag inside these envelopes? :)
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№8 Author: randomdude735 (13 Mar 2015 01:31) Total user comments: 463


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Largest thing Ive sent is an old tire complete with rim..... :07:
It was to some company that would not leave me alone..
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№9 Author: ExFiler (13 Mar 2015 01:46) Total user comments: 0


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Most companies like this use a bulk mail facility to process these. Chances are the company never saw this and it got thrown out.
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№10 Author: shade (14 Mar 2015 12:59) Total user comments: 1569


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They're gonna know the beads are inside once they touch the envelope.
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