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Swap your culture

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Swap Coordinator:hyperoma (contact)
Swap categories: Themed  Letters & Writing 
Number of people in swap:12
Last day to signup/drop:July 22, 2007
Date items must be sent by:August 4, 2007
Number of swap partners:1


Since there are swappers from all over the globe here, I think it'd be nice to share our cultures with each other.

For this swap, you will share something unique of yours. It might be your beliefs, your language (mother tongue or dialect), myths or stories, history of your country... ANYTHING! As long as they are rarely heard of or something you think might be new and/or different to your partner.

You can write it down in point form or in paragraphs. It is up to you. Just make sure it is well-explained and not one-liners. Please write legibly or print it.

Send a picture or a little gift if you'd like. This is not a requirement.

You have ONE partner and you should mail your letter out LATEST BY Aug 4th.

  • International
  • Ratings 4.5 and above
  • Newbies are to pm me first with swapping background information

I will drop anyone that seems dodgy to me.


zanylady 07/ 9/2007 #

This is a wonderful idea. The real problem is that most of the swappers are US based so most likely I would end up with another American. (and many times the same state as I live in a populous state) Unless, there is a way for the coordinator to make the assignments????


Tazmaniac87 07/ 9/2007 #

this is such a lovely idea :) im from south africa

hyperoma 07/ 9/2007 #

Marlene: No, specific assignments are not possible :( I was worried about that too. But maybe you've heard some stories from your grandparents that your parents told you? About the world war or something, maybe? That could be an idea.

hyperoma 07/23/2007 #

Partners are assigned!

user6635 08/ 1/2007 #

Mine has been mailed to Agota from the US. :)

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