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March 30, 2011

WWII postal acronyms were first used to convey messages between servicemen and their sweethearts back home. They were usually written on the back of the envelope.

  • S.W.A.L.K – Sealed With A Loving Kiss
  • H.O.L.L.A.N.D – Hope Our Love Lives/Lasts And Never Dies
  • I.T.A.L.Y – I Trust And Love You or I’m Thinking About Loving You
  • F.R.A.N.C.E – Friendship Remains And Never Can End
  • B.U.R.M.A – Be Undressed/Upstairs Ready My Angel
  • M.A.L.A.Y.A – My Ardent Lips Await Your Arrival
  • C.H.I.N.A – Come Home I Need Affection
  • N.O.R.W.I.C.H – Knickers Off Ready When I Come Home
  • B.O.L.T.O.P – Better On Lips Than On Paper

 

 

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