Earlier this month, Twitchy told you about eight unforgettable ways people responded to AARP junk mail.
Maybe you want to send a message that you’re not into Obamacare shills. Or maybe you just don’t appreciate receiving a membership application on your 23rd birthday. Either way, the Twitterverse continues to supply ideas for dealing with the envelopes clogging mailboxes nationwide.
Proud moment, responded to my AARP unsolicited mbership today! pic.twitter.com/RAOtO3vJeO
— Kevin (@goglobalfood) December 12, 2013
— Brenda Gale (@bgc558) December 12, 2013
— Karen Jones (@SnakebiteJones) December 11, 2013
Annual tradition! Merry Christmas to the AARP vultures! pic.twitter.com/cOAlogK3MN
— TriggaNometry (@grindingdude) December 9, 2013
Sending back to AARP. pic.twitter.com/3zxBHaOXga
— J & B Entertainment (@JoAnn_Bill) December 7, 2013
— TejasKat (@TejasKat) December 3, 2013
— Venit (@im_marcie) December 13, 2013
Will that get her off the AARP mailing list? That remains to be seen. But hey, it’s just how she rolls.
— EdNoTrump (@ednobama) December 14, 2013
— Venit (@im_marcie) December 14, 2013
A bonus idea from Fox News contributor Jedediah Bila:
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) December 14, 2013