britanica

britanica, Lithuania
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  • icon 5th November 1991
    (31 years old)

About Egle...

Hello everyone :)

My name is Eglė, I'm married and I have a Maine Coon cat. I like reading books and magazines, watching Youtube videos, solving crosswords and sudoku puzzles, playing table games and also the one game I let myself download on my phone, haha. I collect stamps, postcards, stickers, bookmarks and magnets.

Here's an idea of what postcards I'd like to receive:

* I love paintings of the places I've visited, so if you have a card with a painting of any of these cities/places, it is very welcome: Kiev, Antwerp, Brussels, Luxembourg City, Paris, Madrid, London, Bremen, Liepaja, Warsaw, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Malta, Corfu, Santorini;
* Pinup girls (drawings);
* postcards that show the life of the people who lived earlier;
* people captured in their everyday life;
* pictures with sarcastic quotes;
* cards that make fun of the modern society;
* unusual touristic cards, that show places which are not the "traditional" ones for postcards;
* country map cards and USA states' map cards;
* Soviet postcards; I especially like painted cards with children and animals. It doesn't matter if it looks/is old, I will still like it. Just no flowers, monuments and propaganda, please!
If you check out my favorites, you will get a pretty accurate idea of what kind of postcards I adore.

Please tell me about the times when you're feeling lonely, what makes you feel like that and how do you overcome it.
Or you could tell me about a random memory that you have of something and you tend to remember it from time to time.
Or about the time when you felt most alive; most loved; most misunderstood.
I love reading about feelings and thoughts.
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* If you send me a card that has text on it in your language - please translate what it means.
* You are welcome to write in Russian, German, Danish or Spanish, but please try to write really tidy, because I don't know these languages that well to be an expert at decoding a messy handwriting, haha!

Thank you!

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