Ecard text: thank you for understanding my irrational fear of clowns
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Ecard text: You can tell your kids that they probably can't make mutant friends who'll help them fight crime with them this way, but it's probably a more effective lesson if you just let them work it out for themselves.
Ecard text: The wizard in the sky wants you to buy chocolate wrapped in aluminium in remembrance of a politically-motivated execution of a guy who just wanted everybody to get nice.
Ecard text: 'I am sorry about your sudden and tragic loss. And can I spare you what was, for me, a painful lesson and suggest you do not idly bring up the topic of cannibalism? Take it from me:  people can get pretty weird at you about it.'
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