Online Greeting Cards: when you don’t really care about what the recipients think


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Hallmark Card StudioFor those of you who like sending electronic greeting cards instead of either (a) driving to the local card shop and buying a card off the rack, addressing the envelope, and mailing it; or (b) calling the person you would send a card to and have an actual conversation with them — then Web Watch has just the site for you.

Because nothing says “this is the most impersonal thing ever” than an emailed greeting card, we present SOME E CARDS, ONLINE GREETING CARDS that are actually worthwhile and funny – mainly because they say what we really want to say instead of some politically-correct BS that some repressed architect working as a hack at a greeting card company wrote under pressure while sitting at his desk pining away for some girl who dumped him because she didn’t know what she wanted in life.

Some of SOME E CARDS for the holidays include these gems:

  • My only professional ambition is to get a desk where no one can see my computer monitor other than me.
  • I’m worried that my latest Salvation Army donation will result in homeless people looking like sluts from the 90s.
  • Taping your balls between your legs does not count as a Halloween costume.
  • Lets hope that the next big internet fad doesn’t involve getting to know our friends better

They also do electronic invites for events that aren’t covered by that other online invite website, or you can get your favorite card immortalized on a shirt.  Better than duct tape, we say.