What Men Really Mean
This postcard from Debbie in turn shows what men really mean as opposed to the previous postcard that showed what women really mean. Here goes:
What Men Really Mean
I am hungry! = I am hungry!
I am tired! = I am tired!
Beautiful dress! = Horny breasts!
Yes, I like your new hairstyle! = Shame about the money!
Are we going to the cinema? = I want to have sex with you!
Can I call you? – I want to have sex with you!
I am bored! = I want to have sex with you!
I love you! I really want to have sex with you!
Do you want to marry me? = I want to make it illegal for you to have sex with others!
Green Valley, Arizona, USA
This great postcard is another from Cecilia. These seem to be quarries in the Green Valley area of Arizona. The area being shown on the postcard does not really show where the name of the place came from, or is that just me? Green Valley is a town in the state with a population of almost 24 000. There really isn’t too much to say about the place, so let me stop here. Thank you Irma for the beautiful postcard!
A cute-looking card from Tuula in Finland. I have to say that my Finnish isn’t what it once was and I am having difficulty understanding it. Okay, I’m lying. It’s the same that it’s always been. I have never been able to speak literally a word of Finnish. So, dearest people from Finland, would you be so kind as explaining what I presume is something funny? Thank you!
Sunset in Indonesia
This beautiful postcard comes from Sylvie in Indonesia. The sunset really does look very dreamy. Cannot imagine the beauty it would bring if one were actually there. This postcard must have been postmarked by a sledgehammer, judging by the circles you can see at the top left of the pictures. I found it quite funny that a postcard could be postmarked with such force. I love the postcard, thank you Sylvie!
What Women Really Mean
Another one of Debbie’s funny postcards has made its way to me. So for those who don’t understand German, here goes:
What Women Really Mean
Yes! = No!
No! = Yes!
Maybe! = No!
We need… = I want…
I am not angry! = Of course I am angry, you asshole!
You are so manly! = You should shave again!
You’re so nice to me today! = You’re thinking about that one again!
Switch off the light! = I have cellulite!
Do you love me? = Do you always have to take off immediately after sex?
Kitt Peak National Observatory, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Of course, this postcard of yet another site in the state of Arizona, USA, comes from Cecilia, who has blessed me with so many wonderful postcards. The Kitt Peak National Observatory is located in that Quinlan Mountains of the Sonoran Desert and is reputed to be the largest collection of ground-based research optical telescopes. The observatory monitors the sun by day and the stars by night. That is pretty much all I can understand from what I read, so I will stop here before I hurt myself. Thank you Irma!
Tuula from one of the countries that I respect most of all sent me this postcard. It is very obviously from the Finnish capital of Helsinki. As is usually the case with most capital cities, Helsinki is the largest city in Finland with a population of 610 000 people in the city and almost 1.4 million people in the metropolitan area. The city is considered to be the most livable city on the planet. I would agree but for the temperatures in winter. Life expectancy in the city are, however, almost 7 years lower for people from Helsinki than that of the rest of Finland. Very odd. Let that be a lesson to all of us urban dwellers. Thank you Tuula, this is my first city-view from Finland.
This beautiful postcard showing all the beauty that is Turkey comes from Beliz. It really looks pretty darn amazing there. Unfortunately neither Beliz nor the postcard gave me any indication as to what these places are called, so I cannot act all informative and what not. Would any of you smart people who might know these places give me some idea as to what’s going on on this postcard? I’d appreciate it. Thank you in advance!
This great postcard of the Spanish capital, Madrid, came to me from Juliet. The city is also Spain’s largest city with a population of 3.3 million people. I knew that it was a large city but I was surprised at its sheer size. Madrid is the 3rd largest city in the EU, after London and Berlin and the 3rd largest metropolitan in the EU after London and Paris. It is ranked as the 10th most livable cities in the world and one of Europe’s 12 greenest cities. It is also the major financial centre of Southern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula. I have to say that I am so impressed with this city right now. Thank you Juliet for giving me the opportunity to learn all that through this cool postcard!
Kuching North City Hall, Malaysia
This postcard, my second from Malaysia, comes from Violet. At first this city hall seemed like a Malaysian space research facility, until I flipped the postcard around and found that it is in fact the Kuching North City Hall. I thought that it was the coolest building ever. Our city council in Ekurhuleni, South Africa, is known as the “Death Star” as a result of it being so futuristic, but this city hall makes it seem more impressive and alien in every way.The city was named a city in 1988, which made it the second city in Malaysia, after Kuala Lumpur. Well done on that guys! My city was only formed in 2001. At any rate, I just love this postcard so much! Thanks a million Violet!