World Record chain letter. Write "Guinness Book of World
Records for Children" instead of stamp. Quota 7. US, 2006.
Children started this letter in
1996. If not broken by Spring of 2006, it
will be put into the Guinness Book of World
Records along with all the
names of everyone who took part in it (How
cool is that)!
NO ONE HAS EVER BROKEN THE CHAIN SO PLEASE DO
NOT BREAK IT!
All you have to do is copy this letter
and send it by mail. Mailing it is
FREE! No stamp is necessary.
All you have to do is write "Guinness Book
of World Records for
Children" in the spot where the stamp would
usually go (see my envelope).
The reason we have to send it by mail is
so that the post office knows who
broke the chain.
You have 4 days to send this letter to
7 people under the age of 16. The
day you got this letter is one of the 4
days. In a few days, you will get a
letter thanking you for taking part.
It would be really cool to see our names
in the World Book o f Records, so
please, please DO NOT THROW THIS AWAY!
Thank you, Patti
Letter produced on word
processor in nonstandard font. Envelope postmarked in St. Petersburgh, FL
on March 8, 2006. No stamp on envelope. Written in place of stamp in three
lines: "Guinness book of world Record for Children." Sent to a girl in Connecticut.
Provided by her mother. Entered
by DWV on 3/13/2006.
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