What’s My Stance Like?

Better ask the gents

Postcard Friendship Friday (PFF)Here’s a little chuckle for your Friday.  This is an arcade card, which was a prize that one might win at a carnival or down the shore after beating some mechanical test of strength or skill.  The card is made from heavy stock, and the back of the card is blank.

Kudos to the caddie for his honesty — but she’ll never get her stance right if she insists on teeing off in heels.

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12 Responses

  1. Sheila says:

    It reminds me of saucy seaside postcards. I don’t know if they were a British peculiarity, but I feel sure not.

  2. imajica says:

    :D:D *giggles*

    eh I think I will send you a postcard :-)

  3. Marie says:

    What a hoot! I’ve only golfed once… I actually crashed a golf cart too:) Happy PFF Chris!

  4. Postcardy says:

    Looks like the postcard style only not in color.

  5. viridian says:

    Tsk tsk. :-) Yes, does remind me of the British seaside cards.

  6. michelle says:

    Love it ! She needs to get those hips over her knees!

  7. Daryl says:

    BTW I love your header ..

    And what a giggle that card gave me

  8. Robin says:

    I love the postcard.

    She looks off center……as though she will wind up on her nose.

    Have a beautiful weekend

  9. Terry says:

    Happy Postcard Friendship Friday !
    I love the humor of your card ,speaking of humor this may be my second comment ,
    my computer keeps shutting down .
    Thank you for sharing.
    Have a great weekend.
    Happy Trails

  10. Janeen says:

    Happy PFF!! Thanks for visiting me today. This card is a hoot, VERY funny. I lurve the nostalgia of that era, the humor is so funny! Have a great holiday weekend!

  11. Linda says:

    Funny post. Have a super weekend.

  12. She’s clueless, isn’t she? I lived in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for about 5 years back in the 60s. Reminds me of that time. Wish I had looked for some of these cards in the antique shops there. I also think Myrtle Beach has golf courses coming out of the woodwork! Happy PFF!

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