First Class Love

First Class Love



Through rain, snow, sleet or hail.
Through rain, snow, sleet or hail.

It is widely known the United States Postal Service is in a severe financial crisis.

Some estimate the U.S.P.S. is losing $42,335,766 per day!

A net loss of more than $750 million in the first quarter of this year alone!

And more than $47 billion in the past ten years!

As officials scramble to save the floundering agency by proposing rate increases and eliminating Saturday service, others argue that is not enough to offset the staggering losses.



But here at My Odd Sock, we see it a different way.

The U.S.P.S.’ key to success isn’t raising prices & cutting service–but using their vast knowledge of YOUR likes, hobbies, occupation & interests–and creating a new business venture….


First Class love!
First Class love!


…the United States Postal Service Love Brokers.


Yes, a dating service!




Think about it, who knows you better than the one who delivers your mail?

They know where you work and what you do for a living.

They deliver magazines of your interests.

They deliver mail for organizations you support.

Your mail person probably knows which political party you belong.

Even what ails you.

It’s safe to say the postal service knows you better than many of your friends.  And they also know the same about everyone in your neighborhood—so why not let THEM find YOU a soul mate?


Go ahead, lick my stamp!
Go ahead, lick my stamp!



To heck with eHarmony’s countless questions.

Screw Match, Cupid, Christian Mingle, Black People Meet .com and all those other dating sites.

Who needs’em!


Let the trusted mail delivery professional be your love consultant!


Find true love right in your own neighborhood with help from the U.S.P.S.



Turn your love life from this…..

From This...
From This…










To This!
To This!





To this…..






The United States Postal Service & Love Brokers…A dating service bringing new meaning to the phrase “overnight delivery.”


Deficit & problem solved.

You’re welcome, postal service.  You are welcome.







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