In a determinedly holistic attempt to live their free-spirited best lives, at least 10 people reportedly tried to send out their tax returns from Coachella’s tiny unofficial post office on the first day of the festival.

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“No, I can’t ‘just take it’,” Megan Hampton, the woman who runs the post office—which just serves to connect festival attendees with a real post office—told The Mercury News. Hampton said that many letters aren’t outfitted with a return address, and that they often don’t seem “coherent” enough to actually reach their destination. One couple used the Coachella post office to send out their wedding invitations (“They wanted it to say ‘Coachella,’” Hampton told the News).

Good grief.


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