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Vintage pop art

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๑ «Est-ce que vous connaissez cette sensation de doute, où vous vou… #romance #Romance #amreading #books #wattpad

๑ «Est-ce que vous connaissez cette sensation de doute, où vous vous demandez si vous rêvez le moment ou si vous le vivez réellement, jusqu'à en devenir fou ?» - 𝑒𝑥𝑡𝑟𝑎𝑖𝑡 𝑡𝑖𝑟𝑒́ 𝑑𝑢 𝑐ℎ𝑎𝑝𝑖𝑡𝑟𝑒 𝑓𝑖𝑛𝑎𝑙 En exerçant simplement son métier de policière, Lynh ignorait totalement la destruction psychologique qu'elle allait devoir subir en tombant sur le duo faisant élever le plus chaque année le taux de criminalité français. L'un est mystérieux et énigmatique, tandis que l'autre…

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Illustration from a 1963 booklet called "Hairdos" published by Happiness Books of Stamford, CT. Blogged about here: www.collagecandy.blogspot.com

30 Vintage Comics Mashed With Disappointing Modern Love

Shallow, fickle, fleeting and excruciatingly awkward - these are some words that might describe dating today, as opposed to the more formal, practical and polite courting of our parents' era. How better to illustrate these differences than by contrasting modern attitudes to love with vintage comics from more innocent times?

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30 Vintage Comics Mashed With Disappointing Modern Love

Shallow, fickle, fleeting and excruciatingly awkward - these are some words that might describe dating today, as opposed to the more formal, practical and polite courting of our parents' era. How better to illustrate these differences than by contrasting modern attitudes to love with vintage comics from more innocent times?

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Painting by Howell Dodd | He may be delayed in getting to wh… | Flickr

He may be delayed in getting to where he thought he was headed. The painting was on the cover of the paperback "Free and Easy" by Luther Gordon in 1951.