The full letter was published in the paper, and reporter Mark Puente shared the clever piece of work on Twitter.
Terry Vaught’s correspondence calls out other letter writers for being “weak, soft and out of touch” and suggests that if he doesn’t win Letter Of The Month, it will be proof the contest is rigged.
Here’s the full transcript of the letter:
“My letters are so great.
I write fabulous letters. If you read all the letters I have written, you would agree. You would love them. Other letter writers are weak, soft and out of touch. I’m not like that, and I’m sure if you are reading this you aren’t either.
This paper really needs great letters, and I am awesome at letter writing.
Other letter writers might attack me, but then they go away. They don’t have what it takes to keep writing great letters. I have what it takes to write the best letters. Letter writers who disagree need to be punched in the face and run out of town.
I guarantee this letter will be picked as letter of the month. If it isn’t picked, it will prove that this letter writing contest is rigged.
Remind you of anyone in particular?