Musician Feargan Lynn was surprised Thursday when a thin white letter crossed the mailbox with ten lines of text rather than the usual address
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A man shared his amazement after a letter arrived at his home with a description of who he was, rather than an address.
Musician Feargan Lynn was surprised Thursday when a thin white letter crossed the mailbox with ten lines of text instead of the usual address.
Sharing the hilarious moment on Twitter, Feargal shouted at Royal Mail, praising the courier for tracking him down.
“Warm applause to @RoyalMail Cushendall and Ballymena for delivering this letter to me today had a well-deserved laugh! ” he wrote.
“They had a first name, the village where I grew up and half the zip code… the rest is more like the story of my life!
In typical Northern Irish fashion, compared to your mother trying to describe someone in the middle of a story, Feargal felt like she read her life on the page.
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The full description read: “Feargal, lives across the street from the Spar, his mum and dad owned it, his mum was Mary and Da Joseph, moved to Waterfoot after getting married, plays guitar and ran nightclubs in the venue church and hotel in the 1980s.
“Friends with the guy run the butchers at Waterfoot as well.”
Talk to Belfast Live , the man from Cushendall said he was “more than astonished by the reaction” to his post which has so far had over 2K likes on Twitter.
Feargal said: “I decided last year to write handwritten letters after a singer / songwriter friend Hannah Scott wrote a song called The Letter about maintaining the art of writing letters. .
“I wrote to a friend over Christmas whom I had known all my life during summer vacation and I did not put my address on the letter – that was her response.
“It was like seeing my life on an envelope.”
Feargal’s nightclubs in Waterfoot and Cushendall were frequented and enjoyed by many in the community – the letter bringing a sense of warm nostalgia to its supporters on Thursday.