Some of these letters were actually sent by real people, some were composed as works of fiction, and some we honestly don't know about. You'll have fun with all of them anyway.
A child's Christmas letter to a sailor misinterprets the sounds of his mother's sexual satisfaction as prayer.
A lawyer is asked to demonstrate a property title in Louisiana was held before 1803.
An urbane response from the Smithsonian to an earnest amateur paleontologist. Prehistoric doll heads get no respect.
The state of Michigan threatened local beavers with a $10,000 per day fine for failing to remove their dam.
Correspondence between a traveler and the maids at his hotel over an ever-expanding pile of hotel soaps.
Man attempting building repairs is repeatedly struck by a barrel of bricks.
A gift of gloves get switched for a pair of panties.
Job seeker sends sarcastic employment application to McDonald's and is hired.
Don't like your husband? This chain letter offers a way to trade up to something better.
Humorous questionnaire is posted on McDonnell-Douglas web site.
Diver gets a jellyfish in his wetsuit.
Employee at Zantex Computers pens scathing resignation letter.
Farm kid's letter home describes life as a Marine.
Old lady who receives the gift of a radio from schoolkids pens an interesting 'thank you' letter.
Discount store threatens to bar a family due to the husband's pranking.
Teacher's letter home upbraids student for correcting him in class.
Newspaper reader writes letter to the editor suggesting that 2007's early start to Daylight Saving Time exacerbated
Advice columnist responds to the wrong aspect of reader's letter.
A compendium of hilarious letters to Dear Abby.
Letter to a Procter & Gamble executive complains about company's feminine pad packaging.
Letter from actor Sean Connery rejects offer to become pitchman for Apple Computers.
Letter advocates moving a "Deer Crossing" sign to a road with less traffic.
Letter from Royal Mail's customer services department asks a local resident to stop pranking postal employees.