Be sure not to supply your return address! (email@example.com)
Actually, junk mailers would love to receive bricks by mail--as long as they're made of gold or platinum. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Strange but true: my college roommate used "mailed a brick" as a euphemism to stay out of the restroom for a while. (email@example.com) Gives a whole new meaning to "bulk" mail.
Gotta make a quick trip to the mortuary, back soon. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I built a new house in Malibu thanks to all the bricks I received after sending out postage free mailers. Hey guys, thanks for giving everyone the idea. (email@example.com)
Someone must have had a creative block to come up with this one. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I think that reading this web page was more annoying than receiving junk mail. (email@example.com) Too bad there's not a spam equivalent.
Yes, you can mail it, or just walk by and toss it through the window. (Ringo@illuschoen.net)
This is the mortar of all "Gotcha's" (Airfarcewon@aol.com) "See, ment"ion this idea to someone and they'll make a pun out of it.
Proceeds go to the Post Office to buy trusses and back braces for the carriers. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Skip the brick--mail them a teaspoonful of neutron star material and bankrupt them with one envelope. (email@example.com)
Shoot, the mailroom staff at Capital One must be halfway to a brick patio by now! (firstname.lastname@example.org) I think they've probably had enough to have built that house in Malibu.
The sixteenth reason why people shouldn't live in glass houses. (email@example.com)
Do they deliver these below the MASON/Dixon line? (Airfarcewon@aol.com)
Oh, they are so going to nail you to the wall for this...
Being the rebel that I am, I think I'll send my bulk mail to a brickyard instead. (firstname.lastname@example.org)