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This Is Either The Smartest Or Dumbest Note To Leave Your Mailman

The UPS struggle is real

Online shopping is awesome for its convenience. If you have a laptop or smartphone, you can buy anything you want without leaving your bed or even putting on pants. It's hard to beat that level of luxury. But online shopping comes with an annoying side effect: Dealing with packages.

UPS or the postal service isn't always reliable, especially if you live in an apartment or dorm. And even once the mailman gets your Amazon Prime shipment to your front door, rude neighbors with sticky fingers might snatch it up before you get home. Ugh.

Publicist Domenick Nati found an unconventional solution to this problem. He knew he wouldn't be home to receive his packages, so he left a very friendly note for his UPS. Reddit user Bosco_George posted the message on Wednesday, March 30, and it's already racked up over 1.2 million views.

You do what you gotta do to get those packages, amirite? We don't know what Nati ordered, but we think it's safe to say that his $20 bribe cost him way more than shipping did in the first place. 💸

H/T Revelist