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    "Beside the Wonder Qualms" meaning?

    Hello,

    I received a postcard form the UK with this sentence on it, "Beside the Wonder Qualms"; what does that mean? I am assuming it is British English and hoping someone can shed some lights on the meaning.

    Thank you.

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    Re: "Beside the Wonder Qualms" meaning?

    Welcome to the forum, macsaby.

    It's not a British tourist attraction or anything I've heard of before. Have you any more context?

    EDIT: I notice you have given more context in another forum.

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    Re: "Beside the Wonder Qualms" meaning?

    On its own, it means nothing to me and I am a British English speaker.

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    Re: "Beside the Wonder Qualms" meaning?

    What was the picture on the postcard?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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