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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

I'M POSTING A POST ABOUT POSTCARDS (& POSTMEN) TODAY


(This is a reworked post from April, 2014.)


Get 'em while they're hot!!  The lovely folks at someecards.com are offering you a delightfully insulting postcard for every state and U.S. territory:













































































If diseases are communicable, why don't they ever write back?----fishducky

 







18 comments:

  1. I am surprised that some of the States didn't get legal injunctions out. Or did they?

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  2. A Like the fact that Delaware got a state participatory award.

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  3. Idaho: a great place to get rid of a body. I'll keep that in mind, you never know when the need might arise (*~*)
    Thanks for the laughs :)

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  4. Loved the cards. A lot of truth there, especially Ohio, Florida and Arkansas that I claim as home. However loved Georgia the best.

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    1. As I've said before, all humor is based on truth!!

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  5. The Florida description doesn't go far enough. Our fair state is also where crazy people go to die from heat stroke.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. They had to condense the descriptions into one sentence!!

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  6. So many states we only have 6 but ours are bigger.
    Merle...........

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    1. Victoria's less than 1/3 the size of Texas!!

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  7. Sounds about right for North Carolina. Thats it, im moving! I choose Florida.
    Lisa

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    1. Everyone (except Californians) chooses Florida!!

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  8. Those postcards are hilarious. I totally agree about Oklahoma. If I had to go all the way across it (or even half way) to get to the casinos...I'd probably give up gambling!

    I love the Corky cartoon with the squirrel-totin' cat mailman.

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    1. What would happen to Casinopaloozas (or whatever you called them)?

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