littmir, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 8th Jul., 2014
  • icon Seen 2 months ago

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  • icon 6th May

About Irina...

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Dear friends, please forgive me that I don't registered your cards so long time.
I had very difficult exams in June... So I was not able to be into postcrossing.
But now all is over. And I promise you that I will register all your postcards soon.
Thank you for understanding.

Hi! My name is Irina.
I live in a small town in Siberia.
One of my hobbies is aeromodelling on control line, not on radio control. :)
I enjoy travelling in mountains, play the guitar. Sometimes I play in rock bands.
Punk-rock, heavy-metal, alternative, progressive, post-rock, melodic metalcore, experimental, all of these are the best music for me :)
I like to reading sci-fi, my favorite writers are Harry Harrison, Robert Sheckley and Sergey Lukyanenko.
Snowboard and alpine skiing are my passion :)
And I'm a novice programmer ;)

Please, check my received card collections to avoid duplicate. You can find they here:

I'd be happy to receive postcards with:
-Something from my favourites which you can see here:
also in PC favourites or something similar :)
-FIS athletes(alpine skiing, ski jumping, etc) or
-winter sports;
-Greetings from...;
-The Simpsons;
-Dayan Wachifield;
-Star Wars;
-Krtek Czech cartoon;
-Pettson & Findus;
-Susan Wheeler;
-Alice in Wonderland;
-computer games;
-space and spacemen;
-Yuri Gagarin;
-drawn foxes;
-dragons(not chinese);
-Keep Calm;
-alpine ski resorts;
-cute/drawn animals;
Anyway, I'll be glad to receive all kinds of postcards.

It would be nice if you could add some words in your own language - with the English translation, of course :)
But if you are from Poland, then I'll be happy to receive a postcard entirely in Polish.

If you send a postcard in an envelope, I would be glad if I found there: tea bags, guitar picks, metro tickets, coins, stamps, bierdeckel, etc.

On the backside of a postcard you can write all what you want. But if you don't sure here are some tips:
-The title and author of your favourite book and why you recommend it.
-Some facts about yourself and place where you live.
-Your favourite quotation – some wise words that help in hard minute.
-A recipe of one of your favourite dishes.
-Maybe your country or your city have a local music band? You can acquaint me with their music.
-Or just ask me a question? Then write your return address so that I can answer ;)

Make love, not war!

Thank you and have a nice day! ;)

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