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Snail Mail – Myth or Fact?

The phrase “Snail Mail”, or “smail” for short, was created in reference to mail carried by the traditional postal service. The first recorded use of the phrase was in a 1942 article in the Lowell Sun.  The term is self-explanatory; often the traditional postal service can take time to deliver from the sender to the receiver, but this is often a myth. In fact, it takes only 1 to 5 days on average in the United States for mail to arrive. However, this is often dependent on the carrier you send it through. Read More

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