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'Return To Sender' Contest Pushes USPS Limits

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'Return To Sender' Contest Pushes USPS Limits

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'Return To Sender' Contest Pushes USPS Limits

'Return To Sender' Contest Pushes USPS Limits

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Wired Magazine's nine-year "Return to Sender" contest challenged readers to send any "mailable" item through the postal system without packaging. Wired senior editor Joanna Pearlstein shares the results.

Tell us: What is the weirdest thing you've ever sent through the mail?