A racist postcard from the 1900s. Depicts a white man kissing a black woman, with the verse:
- Not Particular
- I know you're not particular to a fault
- Though I'm not sure you'll never be sued for assault
- You're so fond of women that even a wench
- Attracts your gross fancy despite her strong stench
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|current||22:42, November 4, 2007||543 × 751 (84 KB)||PhloxBot||A racist postcard from the 1900s. Depicts a white man kissing a black woman, with the verse: :'''Not Particular''' :I know you're not particular to a fault :Though I'm not sure you'll never be sued for assault :You're so fond of women that even a wench :A|