Un peu de quoi? I wonder. And the message on the back was "all my respect"? It was certainly a different age, the golden age, as I think Proust described it. Notice that she has a second daisy on her lap, just in case this one turns out that he-loves-her-not. Personally, it makes me pine for the fjords, or at least for simpler times.
I think it refers to whether one loves another; sort of a neither/nor answer. So is it a come-on or a gentle rejection? I suppose it depends on context, but in the present case I read it as a brush-off.
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