|Vintage Pulp||May 26 2012|
We’re back to famed photographer Peter Gowland in this week’s installment of the Goodtime Weekly Calendar of 1963, as he offers up an unknown model in a demure pose. The sayings for this last bit of May include one we can’t make sense of at all (what exactly does it mean to be Dutch below the waist?), and the calendar’s editors also dig deep into history for a quote from Philippe Paul de Ségur, who was a general and historian. Neither of those pursuits makes him an authority on women, but he was also French, and if you ask any Frenchman, that does make him an authority on women. See our other calendar pages here.
May 26: “Too many diplomats sit down to iron things out but only succeed in mangling them.”—Wally Phillips
May 27: Sign at a night club: Good clean entertainment every night except Monday.
May 28: An attractive woman: English to the neck, French to the waist, Dutch below.
May 29: “Men say of women what pleases them; women do with men what pleases them.”—de Segur
May 30: “A woman’s piece of mind often destroys a man’s piece of mind.”—Mae Maloo
May 31: “All she wants is a roof over her head and the right to raise it once in a while.”—Arnold Glasgow
June 1: “Oh, what is so bare as a dame in June?”—Earl Wilson