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Family Chaos: You can’t choose your family but you can choose your friends or something like that.
Can we reopen a learning how to count group?
Dreams: What nonsense are you dreaming about?
Wrong Hand: In this group, you can write with anything you would like but not your dominant hand. You may write with your non-dominant hand, with your feet or teeth or whatever strikes your fancy.
Chaotic Art: What the title says.
Comma: In this group we appreciate commas. (Or maybe combat, autocorrect said combat, so maybe combat.)
News: We live in strange times
Just Nonsense: Na na na na na na na na blub bah bah bah boom ish
Beware Nature: Any cards that raise awareness about the dangers of nature.
Capitalism: Any cards you bought to support big printing companies, shops, tourist traps, etc. or that promote capitalism.
Dumpster: Here you can dump your trash.
Emojis: shall rule the world.
Chaotic Storywriting: Tell us a story.
Second Hand: Send something from someone else. Steal a cookie from your girlfriend, a fallen leaf from your neighbor’s property, ask your colleague for a sheet of paper, etc. The only requirement is that you can’t be the original owner.
Mediums: Mix as many media as possible in this group!
DADA: The dad of this RR?
Clowns: Chaos with intention.
All Out Of Paper: Send something which is not paper or cardboard.
Heroes: Tell us about your favorite goody two shoes.
Accidental Cards: Cards that you bought on accident or that you just happened across somehow, cards that you bought for a specific purpose but didn’t get around to actually send and now you’re stuck with them, cards you accidentally damaged or forgot in a book until you found them again–or other accidental cards.
Paint Your Message To The Future: Not everyone understands English. Use images instead.
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 2) Dark Matter: What exactly is dark matter? Tell us!
Everyday Chaos: How can we make our days even more chaotic? Let’s share ideas!
Autocorrect: Diminishing or creating chaos?
Mutants for Nuclear Power
Goody Two Shoes in Art: Art with goody two shoes in it
) Stupid Ideas: Some are famous, some are not, all deserve to be shared.
Change: The only constant in life.
Fashion: Is there anything more non-sensical?
Postcard Rulez: In this group we only send real postcards that have been bought at a real shop as postcards which are sold by an official postcard company. The cards have to have been bought in the last month and they cannot be scratched or dent or otherwise marked. It is not allowed to mark them with a pencil or other writing utensil either. Send the card blank in a protective envelope. Better yet in two envelopes or maybe a package and put in some bubble wrap and filling material so that the card doesn’t get damaged on the way. DO NOT SEND: handmade and ad, greeting/folded cards, old cards, ugly cards, weird cards, “food package cards”, trash, native, royalty, anatomy, war, babies, people,food, illustrations, art, books, artbooks, religious, funny, cards in English, cards in any language that is not English, cards that have a weird format (they don’t fit in my album), Disney, animals, animals in clothes, multiviews, views (I hate them) Send the card within one day of receiving the address and don’t forget to send every member a private message when you send or receive a card. Additionally, add a letter in which you write “Postcrossing Forum”, “Goody Two Shoes Chaotic Nonsense RR”–don’t forget the ballet shoes–the group number, your and the receiver’s username and real name, the return address in case the receiver wants to thank you personally, write your country and city/town/village/mountain/ocean where you are at the moment, the date and time of day, the temperature and climate and a random fact about your country that nobody in the country would know. Write the greeting and your name in your local tongue, don’t write it in English, it’s boring. WRITE IN ENGLISH PLEASE. If you can’t write in English, stay away from Postcrossing! Don’t write in cursive, it is hard to read. Write in block letters. Better, write in block letter capitals. Don’t print out the message, write it with your own hand, no matter what sickness you have and how ugly it looks, it makes the message more personal. Don’t write anyone’s name in red because it is done for dead people in Korea. Don’t send birthday greetings too early and don’t send them too late. Actually, don’t do anything which is discussed here. Use at least five stickers and two different types of washitape–but they have to be nice stickers and washitapes–and draw a little doodle in the corner but don’t just doodle, be a bit more creative, add in some color and detail to make it more than a doodle. Check your letterbox hourly. If you cannot do so, for some reason, immediately contact the other participants in this group. When you receive the card, drop everything and log into this forum to report it within the next five minutess. You have to report this card in this forum in this topic, also in the [TALK] Danke - Thank you topic and mention them with @ so that they receive a notification and also send every member in this group a private thank you message. Don’t just write “thank you” or “happy postcrossing” in your thank you message, write a bit more so that you don’t seem like an ungrateful jerk. Use at least 1,000 symbols and three emojis. Be nice, not insulting, and make compliments about their handwriting and decorations, no matter how ugly they look. But be truthful. Lying is a sin. Write a personal thank you message, read the text and write about it, research and write something about the motif of the card, the stamps that were used, ask questions, read the profile of the sender again, have a look at their sent and received and favorites wall and comment on all of them. Write in all languages that the other one has listed on their profile. And write about the weather. And whatever else you can think of. It doesn’t have to make sense but it has to be in good taste. If you have any complaints, open a new topic in the #postcrossing category or in the category that fits best to talk about it.
Rant: Have a rant.
Conspiracy Theories: What’s the weirdest one you’ve heard?
Hyphens-Appreciation-Group: Like three-year-old children, the Hyphens-Are-Great Society (HAGS) complained to us in a never-ending temper tantrum that we goody-goody goody-two-shoeses still didn’t have a highly-recommended no-nonsense Hyphens-Appreciation-Group. So here it is.
Time Travel: In this group we write cards and then keep them for at least one year to finally send them off to their recipient. You are going to send messages to the future and receive messages from the past!
11.6) Lost in Translation
کوئی بھی کارڈ جو کثیر لسانی تنظیم کی حمایت کرتا ہے یا ترجمہ متاثرین کے بارے میں شعور اجاگر کرتا ہے۔
At the moment, the language is Urdu and the English translation (according to Google) is:
Any card that supports a multilingual organization or translation raises awareness about victims.
Once upon a time, this said: Any card that supports a multilingual organization or raises awareness about translation victims. Then I put it into Google Translate and I keep translating it from one language to another, from time to time when I update this RR. Let’s see what it says when the group is full!
You will only know what the description of this group really says when it is full and has been translated one last time.
Blind Trade: 2 person group. Before you send anything in this group, you must have an apple or another type of fruit that is affordable where you live, and a free afternoon. Take this fruit to a place with many people who ideally have a bit of time for you, city centers are good places, tourist spots, festivals. But maybe you can find nice people in your neighborhood, too. Now choose a random person/stranger and ask them to trade your fruit for something else, anything really, preferably of a higher value but do whatever you want. If they say no, don’t be discouraged, try again with the next person! Whatever you receive in turn, you can then trade for something else again and again and again. Maybe if you receive perishable food, trade it until you have something that can be sent by mail. But otherwise, you may stop when/if the game is no fun anymore or after a set time or there are no more people to ask or I don’t really care how long you play. Now send your winnings to the other participant in this group and wait to find out what they traded their apple for. It’s sure to be a surprise in the mail!
(to be opened when the pandemic calms down)
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 3) Wow! Signal: What does it mean? Tell us!
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 4) The Green Children of Woolpit: Why were they green? Tell us!
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 5) Nazca Lines: Where do they come from? Tell us!
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 6) Mpemba Effect: Why does hot water freeze faster than cold water? Tell us!
Solving Unsolved Mysteries 7) Why can’t we stop thinking about chocolate and sweets in times when we want to loose weight? Tell us!