Volodya_VA

Volodya_VA, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 5th Jul., 2016
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  • icon Russian, American English, British English, a little Ukrainian, Toki Pona lili
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About Volodya...

Если пишите по-русски, прошу «на ты», зовут меня именно «Володя», род можно использовать любой.

Hi, i'm Volodya, born in Bryansk, USSR.

I have a good scanner, am not afraid to use it, and will scan every card that i receive. I also do not mind uploading them from my end. However, if you upload an image and itʼs a true representation of your card, i will promise to keep your work. q;-)=

To all the people, who live in other countries. I wish to sincerely apologise for the behaviour of our current government; trust me, we are not all xenophobic, homophobic, sexist idiots bent on conquest of peninsulas. I am really trying to do what is in my power to counteract the bigotry and imperialistic tendencies here, please do not judge us by what Putin does.

Now a little bit about me: I am an educational worker, a poet, a vegan, an anarchist, a pornographic artist, a prison abolitionist, an amateur genealogist, and much much more. I love to travel, but not as a tourist, i prefer to live in some place for a few years and move on; right now iʼve lived in USSR, Russia, USA, Britain. I also host travelers via couchsurfing and bewelcome sites, in fact iʼve found out about postcrossing from one of my guests; and i also often send postcards to those people who come to stay with me.

Please send me the strangest and weirdest card that you have! If you are afraid to send something to people, then i want that card!!!

If you don't know what to write, please swear at me. And don't just say "You are dumb" or "F you", be creative. Maybe take a look at this video by Stephen Fry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvbG92hjO3A
Or this: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hate_Mail_Postcard_by_Mr_Bingo.jpg

If you want to write a thank-you to the postal worker that delivers my mail in Russian you write: "БЛАГОДАРЮ ПОЧТАЛЬОНА"

P.S.
1) If you are from the country that uses scripts other than Latin, please add a version of your address in that script. (Japan, i am looking at you.)
2) Если вы из страны, где знают русский, всё равно напишите свой адрес на родном языке. (Беларусь, я на тебя смотрю.)

P.P.S. I am also on other websites: IntPostage.com PostcardUnited.com and GeoPostcards.club

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