Ecard text: dear dad, thank you for taking the time to knock-up my mother. you sure earned this father's day card. your child.
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Ecard text: i'm sorry that when i undermined your entire world view, you completely freaked out instead of thanking me for trying to improve you
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Ecard text: If I ever survived a crucifixion, the last thing I'd want to think about or see again is a crucifix. But I'm sure Jesus doesn't think the whole Easter festival is tactless.
Ecard text: At Easter it is considered traditional to receive spiritual guidance from celibate men in frocks who like to be lenient about men who sleep with children.
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