This comic bisque pin dish by Schafer and Vater features a very voluptuous bathing belle being held by a rather flustered beau. The caption, " I Never Felt Such an Ass in All My Life," is a double entendre, as can be read as meaning either that the man is feeling foolish or his female friend's ample hindquarters.
And here is the postcard that inspired the pin dish. The artist is Donald Fraser Gould McGill (1875 – 1962), an English graphic artist renown for his naughty postcards, which often featured double entendres and saucy sight gags. Many of his postcards portrayed seaside scenes and were sold as souvenirs at British beach resorts.