Postdates Is a Handy Way to Get Stuff Back From Your Ex, With a Dash of Social Commentary

The service's creators explain how a tweet became a fully functional idea—and which conversations they hope it sparks

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That sonic toothbrush you saved up for. Your favorite Red Wings hoodie. Your second-favorite weighted blanket.

We all leave good things behind amid the emotional rubble of a breakup, and getting them back can require the one thing our modern culture does absolutely everything in our power to avoid: awkward conversations.

Luckily we now have Postdates, a quasi-satirical service that’s also very real. Launched by some of the creatives behind last year’s Amazon Dating parody site, Postdates clearly takes no small amount of inspiration from delivery services like Postmates—which is completely unaffiliated.



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