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Tourist-y Postcard Swap

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Group:European Swappers
Swap Coordinator:Nushkinathan (contact)
Swap categories: Postcards 
Number of people in swap:19
Location:Regional - Europe
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:August 28, 2020
Date items must be sent by:September 4, 2020
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

For this swap, take one tourist-y postcard from your country and introduce the place to your partner. You don't need to live in the area that you're writing about, but it must be within your country.

Send it written and stamped.

Discussion

Catconfuser 08/17/2020 #

Question : "You don't need to live in the area that you're writing about,"

AND

"Send it naked and stamped."

what does that mean ? if I write about somethig ( on the postcard ) it`s no longer "naked"

or am I simply to stupid for that swap ?

Stachel 08/17/2020 #

I believe "naked" means without an envelope.

Nushkinathan 08/17/2020 #

@Catconfuser 'naked and stamped' means you should put a stamp (or however many you need) on it and send it without an envelope. Postcards nowadays can have some fancy decorations and dangly bits which is why some people choose to send their postcards in an envelope. Hope that cleared things up!

Nehalennia 08/18/2020 #

'Written and Stamped' means the postcard ist written and sent without an envelope. 'Naked' means to send an empty postcard in an envelope. Naked always means an unwritten postcard! Please clarify in the description, otherwise it causes confusion.

Nushkinathan 08/19/2020 #

@Nehalennia I'm learning new things everyday! Thank for clarifying

Stachel 08/20/2020 #

@Nehalennia and @Nushkinathan In this website's Term Glossary (found in the "Help" section) it says that Naked postcard means just what you refer to as "written and stamped". And it specifically says it means without an envelope.

But I think it would still be easier to understand when it's called "written and stamped" anyway. Everybody knows what that means ;-)

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