Ecard text: You and me, and baby makes two.
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Ecard text: it's your birthday - you're lucky to have them so don't moan about it, or i'll stab you in the face with an umbrella or something
Ecard text: 'Society was not yet ready for what Mister Bunny and I shared together that hot complicated summer in the long grass behind my Aunt's old farm house. But looking back through the window of memory I simply recall him as he no doubt was: a sensitive yet utterly spoiled stuffed toy with an irrepressible curiosity about his body and, to my delight, my own.'
Ecard text: Passover is the only part of the year in which you are allowed to throw buckets of lamb's blood at people's front doors without them accusing you of being a sociopath.
Ecard text: there is nothing wrong with having imaginary friends. Mine just happens to be a predator who hunts aliens and collects human spines as a hobby. this is mickey - isn't he rad?
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