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Swap Coordinator:HappyMom (contact)
Swap categories: Newbie  Postcards 
Number of people in swap:18
Location:Regional - US Only
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.97 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:August 17, 2019
Date items must be sent by:August 24, 2019
Number of swap partners:1

Here we go again! This is the 4th time through the alphabet in a weekly series of postcard swaps based on the Scattergories game.

For each swap, you'll select a store-bought postcard that matches the letter for the week.

This swap is Letter J.

Note that the card you send and all of your answers should start with J. Here are the Scattergories for this series:

1 - Something that's creepy or gross.

2 - Something you might find in a classroom.

3 - Something you admire in other people.

4 -Words or a sound you do not want to hear.

5 - A gift you would like to receive.

For example:

For the letter "G" - My card could be from Georgia. My answers could be GHOSTS for things that are creepy or gross; GEOMETRY textbook for what you might find in a classroom; GENEROSITY for what I admire in other people, etc....

Be sure to include your Swap-bot user name, the name of the swap, and if it's not obvious, explain how the card ties in to the swap theme.

The cards are Sender's Choice. Sign-ups go through Saturday. Partners posted on Sunday and need to be sent by the following Saturday. Please remember to mark the swap as "sent" and rate promptly. I assign partners early Sunday and you must be current on your swaps to participate each week.

This is the 4th run through alphabet, so plan accordingly! Open to all with 4.97 minimum rating, or newbies with very detailed profiles completed. I reserve the right to make exceptions and will angel any swaps not received and rated accordingly.

This series is US-Only, but feel free to host another internationally. Thanks for signing up and Happy Swapping!


Kokoxo 08/14/2019 #

Would "Jar of ___" count or does the noun itself need to start with "J"?

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