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Post  Thu, Mar 06 2008, 4:09 am
I have bought my son, who will be about 6 months old on Purim, a prince costume. I was thinking of wrapping the mishloach manos up like parcels for sending in the post (mail) and labelling them with Royal Mail labels. Royal Mail is the British postal service. Do you think anyone would see a link between the prince and the Royal Mail thing? Or is it a bit of a stretch?
I was going to dress him up as a postman, but I couldn't figure out how to do the costume easily and I didn't see one to buy.
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Post  Thu, Mar 06 2008, 4:42 am
Considering that in England you are probably going to be coveing your son ith a baby blanket as it is SO cold there, and no one will actually know he is a prince - unless they unwrap him, I would not worry too much.

I know he is your prince all the time Smile

The parcel idea sounds cute anyway.

Maybe put a sign on his buggy " the royal male delivers the royal mail " ?
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Post  Thu, Mar 06 2008, 5:23 am
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" the royal male delivers the royal mail "

I like that.
But I must be honest I do find it a bit of a stretch. At first I didn't see the connection. unless I am slow LOL
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Post  Thu, Mar 06 2008, 9:06 am
I am actually in Israel
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