The hilarious “Dear Blank, Please Blank” project stemmed from a bad experience author Jared Wunsh and Hans Johnson had. It begins with a simple, “Dear Blank, please blank, sincerely blank” to voice anonymous frustrations and bad experiences.
“We had this idea for a website, mostly because Hans had a bad experience, “ say the authors of the project. Each submission varies and you can even vote for your favorite letters. The authors have now partnered with the Sapling Press so that the best entries are turned into prints to be sold on Etsy.
You can purchase these on Etsy if you’re interested! Be sure to give this post a thumbs up and a share with your friends on Facebook before you go.
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