Jared Wunsch had a bad experience. Don’t know what it was, but it was bad enough to inspire him, along with friend Hans Johnson, to create the website Dear blank, Please blank.
The site allows people, following a simple letter writing format, to anonymously post their own frustrations, views and experiences. And of course, readers can comment and vote for the best letters. Submissions range from touching and sad, to insightful and observant, hopeful and revealing, to funny (and my personal fav) sarcastic.
Below are 26 examples of the best of the best from the latter listed above. Enjoy!