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Whores of Yore
Before the internet, there was the . I loved going through the Wellcome Trust’s archive to write this. β€˜The History of the Tart Card’. πŸ‘‡πŸΌ
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10forty3 Oct 17
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M. So you do anything? W.Yes! M.Please can you come and service my motorcycle? W. Fuck off! Everyone. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ πŸ™„
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β—“β—“β—“β—“ Oct 17
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*looks up hardsports* Good lord.
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10forty3 Oct 17
That's shit isn't it.....
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Andy Haigh Oct 17
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'French tuition'.
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β—“β—“β—“β—“ Oct 17
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Apparently so. Not my bag.
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10forty3 Oct 17
I can't imagine who would. Obviously there's a market for it.
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The Oh Zone Oct 17
Hey electriques .....
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P Ryan Anthony Oct 17
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Basically, you're saying the Net is just for sex.
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Driver 69 πŸ’° πŸš›πŸ’¨ (Russian Bot πŸ€–) Oct 17
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When I was a Motorcycle Courier in London I used to collect the cards out of the phone box's around Soho and take them to our riders room at work and decorated two big walls with them. I could of made a mountain out of all the bluetac πŸ”οΈ 🀣
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an islandhopper Oct 17
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My favourite was young lady seeking driving post, πŸ™„
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The Obscure Cartoonist Oct 17
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Maura Alwyen β˜” Oct 17
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The last one is the cutest 😊
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Manuel MuΓ±iz Oct 17
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There was a Spanish band -which had a pretty big hit in the 90's- that was called Australian Blonde because they saw that as the heading on a tart card during a trip to London.
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Tahiti Trot Oct 17
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I have a small selection of colourful tart postcards that I collected from car windscreens when I visited London. I also have a couple from Saint Petersburg. Now I find they are possibly historic artifacts!
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Tattooed Mummy 🍾 Oct 17
When I worked in London I used to collect them and bring them home to my husband. We both liked them and the odd photos and descriptions. I don't know if he kept any...
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Allen Henderson Oct 17
I used to get a lot of calls on my mobile phone in the late 90s from London phone boxes, by blokes disappointed I'm a hairy Scots guy and not a mature lady offering French lessons. Either the wrong number was called or one of those cards had a typo.
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Ryan McWrestling Oct 17
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I find just looking at them arousing!
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Graham Gabriel Lambert . Oct 17
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I don’t remember seeing any in Yorkshire . How odd
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Biglhist Oct 17
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couldn't see the handset in the phone box for the cards back in the day
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