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oneup92, United States of America


(or Tyler) is a member in United States of America . He has been a member for over 4 years (1,813 days).
318 sent 322 received

  • Distance sent: 1,686,805 miles
  • Last seen: about 1 month ago
  • Website:
  • Languages: English, some Spanish
  • Birthday: 1st May 1992 (26 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 39.79, Lon: -77.11 | Google Maps

About Tyler...

Hello to all!! My name is Tyler, and I live in the United States in the state of Pennsylvania! I'm really interested in postcards from everywhere, even Mars (although I heard postal service to there is pretty expensive). You can send/write whatever you'd like in your postcards - I'm happy just receiving and sending them! Ad cards? Send them this way! Hand-made cards? Show me what you can create! Self-printed cards? Show off your photography skills! To me, your postcard is an expression of yourself - have fun with it! That's what Postcrossing is all about!

My profile shows that I'm interested in direct swaps, but just feel free to message me if you'd like to receive a postcard - I send postcards every Saturday for the most part, and I'm really just trying to look for people who want postcards (I'm addicted to sending them, haha!) So if you would like to receive a postcard from me for nothing in return, you can take a look at the website that I have in my profile - it allows people to request postcards from me. Trust me, every postcard I send allows me to get closer to fulfilling one of my biggest lifelong goals. I hope you all have a remarkable time Postcrossing!

P.S.: If you'd like a fun idea, here is one for you - I enjoy things like puzzles and math, so if you want to "encode" the Postcrossing ID number and make it sort of like a puzzle for me, I'd be really happy to try to solve it! And if I can't solve it, just leave your Postcrossing ID there or something and I will (shamefully) contact you! Just an idea though! :D