Today the USPS released a new series of limited edition commemorative stamps featuring girls with lower back tattoos.
In anticipation of the release, this morning hundreds of stamp enthusiasts formed a line outside a local Postal Annex so they could be the first to own the stamps which celebrate delusional women who think they’ll be in their 20s forever.
“Purchasing these first class stamps is a great way to honor fifth class women,” said Don Matthews, manager of the La Mesa Postal Annex.
“The stamps, unlike the women on them, are safe to lick. You can’t get Hepatitis from a stamp,” chuckled Matthews.
Most historians agree that the tramp stamp was originally discovered by accident in 1984 when a sweaty prostitute named Nicole Laurence woke up naked on top of a pile of newspapers and noticed the ink had rubbed off on her back.
Laurence described the experience in detail on a recent History Channel documentary about the origin of the tramp stamp.
“That morning when I collected my $40 on the dresser, I looked at myself in the mirror and noticed the words ‘Reagan beats Mondale In Landslide Victory’ were printed right above my ass,” said Laurence. “At that very moment, I knew I had discovered something special,” she added.
The USPS also noted that these stamps are the first of a two part series. The follow up stamp series will feature single mothers in their 30s visiting a laser clinic to have their tramp stamps removed.