JAMManager, Portugal
  • country Portugal
  • Member since Joined 30th Dec., 2008
  • icon Seen 1 day ago

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icon icon icon Sent postcards on World Postcard Day in 2020WPD 19th on sent postcards from 11th on longest distance from
  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Midland dialect U.S. English (Missourish), some French, a little Dis'n'dat and sailor talk
  • icon he/him
  • icon 11th February

About Glen...

Feel free to send me anything. I just enjoy receiving the postcards. Close your eyes and pick a card if you want.

I just moved to Portugal from Kansas City, Missouri. I'm kinda quiet and keep to myself but I'm not likely to run amok anytime soon. I had pen pals when I was a teenager and I still have some of the letters I received all those years ago. Why not give it another shot? Besides, now that I've retired and get to travel more, maybe you will give me a place to stay for a night or two if I visit your country. Or not. Yes, I'm a mooch, a sponge. No, I mean I'm frugal and I like to mingle with the natives.

I digress.

Feel free to print in your own language if you want. It will be a good challenge for me. Or write in English if you just want to show off. I like it if you write a lot. I'm as interested in whatever you want to write as I am in the picture.

If you insist on hints, consider postcards that are:
-offensive or outrageous
I think I'm pretty broadminded for someone from Missouri. It's unlikely you could offend me.

Alright already, I like:
-something that takes one's breath away
-women in unusual poses
-anything dramatic or stunning
-photos rather than cartoons
Advertisement cards? Unload them here. Cut out a postcard sized piece of a food box and tell me about an experience you had with Americans or a geocaching adventure. Show me your creativity with a handmade card if you're inclined. I really mean it, anything you've got, I'll take.

For goodness sake, look in the attic and find that card you got from your auntie years ago and stick it in an envelope addressed to me. You know, the one that says, "That bratty cousin of yours gave me another tattoo while I was passed out last night and you'll never guess where it is." However, I do prefer cards that are written on and not in an envelope. But hey, you be the judge. You're the one taking the time and buying the postage. I have no business making demands and you have every right to simply disregard all this rubbish I've written and send me whatever you bloody well please.

I hope that helps. I'm anxious to see your stuff.

Thank you sincerely,

Second thoughts: I'd prefer not to receive any pictures of fairies being impaled on a unicorn's horn while clowns on unicycles laugh in the background. I think that's just cruel.

Oh, never mind. If that's all you have, I'll be grateful for that sort of card, too.

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