A cheeky way to express sorrow for one's misfortunes or a peace offering to someone you duped. Or take it for face value. Whichever way you put it, it will conjure up a response everyone will be happy about.
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Call me old fashioned, but there's nothing like receiving a piece of "snail mail" that is not a bill or junk mail. It's okay to get excited when you see a colored envelope or a hand-written address. It's okay to do a little happy dance or let out a little *gasp* when you open up something fantastic. But it's when that piece of mail reflects the style and personality of its sender... that is what makes personal correspondence worth that little postage stamp.