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||[May. 3rd, 2005|06:15 pm]
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Reason #957678 to never say "Oh, hey, you're going past the Post Office; Mail this for me?"
At my local Post Office (In MI, USA), they have an Automated Postal Center (or something to that effect). You can buy postage, weigh things, etc. Anyway. I had a package to mail to Ireland. My brilliant best friend (and yes, my actual best friend, not one of those "I have a friend..." things) printed (and paid for) postage to Great Britain. Ireland is not part of Great Britain. The parcel has been mailed.
My question... what will happen? Will it be sent back? Will it get lost? Will it eventually perhaps get to its destination? Does it matter? I've seen the International postage stickers, and can't ever remember seeing the *destination* on them, just the amount of postage paid, and the bar-code, so, I'm stumped.
Funny thing? The parcel was posted last week, and said friend just now told me "Hey... Ireland isn't in Great Britain, is it?" Dumbass.