Funny Postcards from the 1940’s

2/5/2010:

[Continuing this week’s Hoboken through the years series of posts…]

A sense of humor is timeless

Here’s today’s installment of old-school photos that Hoboken411 reader Rob sent in. This entry qualifies as a “Friday Fun” entry, and not specifically to do with Hoboken per se, other than a long-time resident sent them in.

Funny post cards from the 1940's Hoboken411 1

See the rest after the jump!

(Funny 1940’s Postcards, continued…)

Funny post cards from the 1940's Hoboken411 2
Funny post cards from the 1940's Hoboken411 3
Funny post cards from the 1940's Hoboken411 4

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7 Comments on "Funny Postcards from the 1940’s"

mooshu
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mooshu

Ha. I like the one with the mother-in-law.

DEADMAU5
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DEADMAU5

The first post card , the one with the guy and the magnifying glass, this reminds me of when I was single and walking around Pier A when the sun and gals were out. No magnifying glass for me, I’d just drop my phone on purpose and have a looksie

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

Very funny! I didn’t know the 40s were so frisky.

xyzpdq
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xyzpdq

A timeless sense of humor or a senseless waste of time?

justaview
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justaview

no sense of humor or no sense at all?

In response to xyzpdq who said:
A timeless sense of humor or a senseless waste of time?

plywood
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plywood

23 skidoo

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