'Return To Sender' Contest Pushes USPS Limits 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. What is the weirdest thing you've ever sent through the mail?
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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

'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?