I want to spend some time in your wheat field. You’re welcome to my roost. Finally alone.
On one level, Romance postcards from 1907 to 1913 seem innocent enough. On another level, they’re purposeful double entendres intended to convey risqué intent.
In this raucous and experimental episode, Serece Tascione and I review 14 cards from my vintage Romance postcard collection and Serece speculates about what the real message is on the postcards. Basically, I laugh for about 40 minutes.
WARNING: THIS SHOW IS FOR ADULT AUDIENCES AND DISCUSSES THE EXISTENCE OF SEX AND INCLUDES SEXUALLY SUGGESTIVE HUMOR . IT IS LABELED EXPLICIT FOR THAT REASON.
The images below are what we discuss on the show. A YouTube video will be coming soon.
4 comments on E88: Risqué Double Entendres in Vintage Postcards with Serece Tascione
Very funny, right out of the box. No pun intended…..maybe. I laughed out loud.
Too funny, Ed…I enjoy a good pun.
Wow! This was a very interesting and enjoyable You Tube video, podcast and chat! I didn’t know much about vintage Romance postcards and it was a real surprise to me to discover that the position of stamps has a symbolic meaning!
Serece, you are so much fun, thanks for the laughters you and Frank gave me last night!!!We badly need to laugh a bit during these pandemic times…
Anyway, my fave one was “Could I touch you?”
Little suggestion, if I may: you should make some more You Tube videos showing interesting people, postcards & stamps. They are extremely interesting, clear, fun and captivating, especially for your non native English-speaking audience!
Thanks a million Frank for your great job and investment of time and energy!
I’ve been learning a lot through your Podcasts and guests!
All the best,
Thank you so much, Antonella. This was such a fun show to create. I am thinking about your YouTube idea…and I’ll work on that. Thank you for that suggestion.