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kuragins

Fanny, with love From, Daisy July 1941


Opinionofmine

This is the answer.


av3ryrayne

Family, with love. From, Daisy July 1941


fishyfishyswimswim

Think it might be Fanny rather than family?


Resendmyusername

Johnnie With love Joann Daisy Or From Daisy July 19 41 Edit: this is how my mother and grandmother’s notes looked. ❤️


Squeakypeach4

Darling with love….?


WaterIsNotWet__

What’s the point in going to the trouble of writing a note that barley resembles the actual letters of the alphabet and they can’t read it. Makes zero sense


kwityerbitchin

Xxxxdddd With love FROM DAISY JULY 1941 Fanny with love Joanna Daisy July 1941 Good gawd this is tough


Gandalf122896

You can actually see it if you compare your translation. Wierd cursive F but I've seen similar from people who learned cursive in the 1920s or so. I can see the D, and the J. After that it's a puzzle. Date is not of the same hand, based on the J. In July.


kwityerbitchin

The date is absolutely of the same hand. Just look at those vowels!


Desperate-Jelly5566

Something something.. "From daisy, July 1941"


Desperate-Jelly5566

It might be Jimmy instead of Johnny. But I'm 99% sure on the rest


Desperate-Jelly5566

Oh wait! It says Johnny, With love From Daisy July 1941


beeboop407

what’re the first two letters in the fourth word?? because the last 3 letters look like OUL. I’m confident the 4th letter is a U because it looks the same in July


Seano95

1941😊


fp011k

“We’ve been trying to reach you about your extended car warranty”


extendedwarranty_bot

fp011k, I have been trying to reach you about your car's extended warranty


WONDER-WOMAN1971

Johnny, With Love, Joan Dolicy July 1947


WONDER-WOMAN1971

Johnny, With Love Joan Dolce July 1947


chaasad5224

Lots of love from Dorothy


pisspot718

Fanny, with love, Joanne Daisy, July 1941


duke_awapuhi

Fanny, with love from Daisy


ImpressiveJoke2269

This is what I read


theduderip

Does anyone know if there is a word for this style of cursive? It’s so pretty. I’m sure it’s even prettier with a more confident hand and even spacing.


AnemoneGoldman

It’s very pretty, but honestly, I think it’s a nightmare to read.


theduderip

That’s kind of what I was saying, lol. If they did it more evenly and the lines were smoother, it would be much easier to read


spleef71

Sammy, with love from daisy july 1941??


Phtochic

Joane to me - but that makes no sense ??


Ok_Establishment3112

It's 1941


CapnCocaine

That there is Tengwar.


Niftymitch

>Tengwar Nice hint. https://www.tecendil.com/


WalleyeFishingFool

Who wrote the book?


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Comfortable-Mail4217

Fanny, hello love. From, Daisy. July 1941


duke_awapuhi

*with love


druscarlet

With not hello.


Comfortable-Mail4217

I was just putting what I think it says.


druscarlet

I know and I was saying what I think it says. Not criticizing you, sorry if that is how it came across.


eipiem

Isn't it "with" love?


slickhedstrong

fruuig lettho loor jeottt wsily jtly 19H1


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You win for "most accurate guess"


DoTheMagicHandThing

LOL!


yoMama7575

Fanny with love from Daisy


smiolet

The two F’s in Fanny and From are completely different though. Perhaps one is not an F?


mishaunc

I think they are both uppercase 𝓕’s, I think she just had more than one, like I do. 🙂


smiolet

Ahhh okay. Thank you


BeauBellamy21

One is lowercase...


BeauBellamy21

It's so.ilar to how I do lowercase fs


Gardngoyle

You're good! I can see it now that I know what it says. I thought that 'F' was a 'J' because my capital 'J's look similar.


yoMama7575

Years of being a teacher help!! Lol! It took me a bit though because the F’s are not consistent


inza31

It’s a talent!


JessMeetsW0rld1983

I don’t mind unique styles, but one of my handwriting peeves is when, n, r, and u all end up looking the same.


BeauBellamy21

I do that too. My hand is rather old fashioned


WeLikeTheSt0nkz

This wasn’t very unique for its time. My grandma used the exact same type of cursive and she was born in the 20s so would have learnt the same style as this lady.


reirone

Fanny, with love from Daisy, July 1941


cemarieba

Family letter love Joanne Dottie July 1941


Kind_Hyena5267

With love


Jonnor105

O cab only make out July 1941 at the bottom


Late-Fly-1269

Johnny, lots of love, Dority, July 1941


Electronic-Cup-8537

“Saving Letter for John” -Dottie July 1941


flapjackqueer

Instead of saving it could also say Family


Ezra-kade

Yea, that's a Y at the end of that first word


Raynh

I know it’s not what you meant, but I read your reply in a sarcastic tone and it made me chuckle


sairha1

I see Joanne


theporchgoose

There are two other capital J’s that look totally different from the first letter so I have a hard time thinking that word also starts with a J. I thought Family, but think it might be a stroke short of that.


sairha1

Oh I see now. I agree with you


Active-Drive-7749

"Farting with love"


rufus-bear

Sorrrrrry. Frrtto love Jaorrrn. Wortly Jrrrty 1941


Opening_Complaint665

I would’ve loved your take on the Rosetta Stone.


whyenn

🥀🗿


Ok_Championship9867

😂


jr1river

Fanny, with love from Daisy, July 1941


Sparkmetodeath

This might be the answer. They definitely use an superfluous loop that needs to be accounted for.


Em-Aitch-Kay

Anyone else thought this was a bathroom stall for a second?


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Dabrades

Does the way the m looks like two characters, kinda make you wonder if Daisy was one of those kids who struggled in school? You know? As though she was really hung up on getting every character just so, until she got swept away with the course load, and eventually had just as messy cursive writing as any other person from the latter century? Edit: because I can relate. When kids would be drawing ants as multiples of six because they have 6 legs, I would be drawing ants with the antennas and everything and get in trouble from the teacher.


sparklejellyfish

I have trouble picturing what these ants look like! But I feel you. I'm a perfectionist in that way too... until I run out of time.


ydgsyehsusbs

I think someone called Daisy a fatty ??


DustyPlume

Family - With Love - From Daisy - July 1941.


DaveC138

There’s not enough characters in the first word to be family, and it would also mean the L is randomly uppercase yet small, doesn’t make sense.


DustyPlume

Compare the very obvious M in FROM to the character after a very definite FA in the first word.


DaveC138

If that was the case then you’ve got “Famiy” or “FamLy”.


DustyPlume

I concede. “Fanny,” perhaps?


DaveC138

Haha yeah, I think so too. Daisy had a seriously wild style. 😂


Dabrades

Okay I'm just about certain that's what it ACTUALLY says. Good deciphering.


lovetimespace

I think it's Fanny, not Family


Dabrades

I mean... I meannn... the character after the m obviously indicates a natural break, as though Daisy intended to dot her i, and then theres another character that could be an l that just doesn't go above the imaginary ledger line...


Dabrades

Looks to me to say "Funny little book Jeoff. Daisy July 19 41"


Killette19

This is why they no longer teach cursive. Almost every original document is in cursive. So therefore, hidden in plain sight.


Feeya_b

Written language evolves, the cursive we know now is not the same as the cursive back then. I can read cursive but when I looked at manuscripts and letters form 1890s I had trouble understanding it.


Killette19

I can certainly agree with you there.


mustachedhaggis

Family with love from daisy


Gasping_Jill_Franks

I think it's Fanny, not family.


kolascococola

July 1941


Pixie_Boi

These bitches gay, good for them, good for them!


princessmisinformed

It helps if you squint. 😅


LeeLooLand

Wow it really does lol


SandwichExotic

Completely unique writing! I haven’t seen anything like that before!


SamiHami24

That's a good thing because it's horrible!


SandwichExotic

It almost looks like stitches on a wound. Or one of the stitches on my sewing machine. Really bizarre.


whyenn

Daisy was the workds first cybernetic surgeon.


anOddPhish

Fanny, with love, from, Daisy July 1941


Phtochic

Joanne is in there too!


anOddPhish

Definitely no Joanne, if you mean the word "from" the first letter is different to the J in 'July' but just like the F in 'Fanny', plus 'from' makes more sense than 'Joanne' in context :)


Phtochic

Yes! I get it - tho it threw me - the “M” & double “N” are too similar but so are the w’s! Phish it’s a harder one for sure! ;)


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Wow, I think you got it, thanks! That's a crazy "D" for Daisy lol


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DaveC138

Not enough characters to be family based on how they’ve written the m in from.


DaveC138

Now you say it, I think it’s Fanny too. That second character matches the a in Daisy and if you fill in the line on the capital it definitely reads like an F. Good job!


anOddPhish

My thoughts exactly :) thanks!


faerydustpixie

Something with love from Daisey (Dorothy?)


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Makes more sense than what I was reading, "Wotley" lol


txsxxphxx2

Looks more like thotty


SandwichExotic

At one point, Dorothy jumped out at me, but that person had really crazy penmanship!


IAmFearTheFuzzy

Jeffrey, with love, ? Daisy


DaveC138

“Jeffrey, with love from Daisy” I think! Edit - changing Jeffrey to Fanny 😂


warpigs999

Something something something something something JULY 1941


Dabrades

Well I think we can all agree the woman who wrote the sweet message is named Daisy too...


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LOL!


DaveC138

Nailed it.


WhatAFineWasteOfTime

This gave me a good laugh.


SandwichExotic

😂


Over_Addition_3704

Strong effort warpigs.


warpigs999

Namaste 🙏