Went on a Postcrossing spree, & drew 3 names:
The SpongeBob card goes to a Civil Engineering student in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. She had this very card in her favorites, so I was glad I had one to send. On the back, I wrote of coastal things!
The Postcrosser in Hong Kong had very few favorites marked, but one of them was a movie poster card that reminded me I had something similar in my stash. This person is new to the service, & doesn’t write a whole lot about herself personally, but I like the little emoji she makes when she mentions what a nice place her city is: O(∩_∩)O
Lastly, there’s the Postcrosser in Werder, Germany. What a stinker. This person keeps an updated list of expired postcards she has sent out, with the notation, “expired postcards make me sad. :(“ Her list includes the user names, which of course are searchable, so we can all find these alleged scofflaws. Has this sender ever considered the very likely possibility that the card’s recipient is not the problem? Furthermore, what possible good could these lists ever do?