I have a “book” of forever stamps. The thing is this “book” is more like a single two sided page of stickers.
On one side there are twelve standard postage stamp sized forever stamps and on the other side there are another eight. Below the eight, is one particularly large peel-away stamp with a giant bell (the Liberty Bell!) and a barcode on it. In fact, it is exactly the size of four normal sized stamps. In the bottom left corner of this behemoth it reads “Twenty First-Class Stamps.” More importantly, across the right border of the ol’ colossus the word “FOREVER” is emblazoned.
Is it really unreasonable for me to expect that if I were to slap this mega-stamp onto an envelope I would have postage equal to twenty regular stamps (currently valued at $8.20) forever?