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happy turtles

May 8, 2015 · Kris St.Gabriel
Mother's Day Ecard with text: Happy Mother's Day. Thank you for turning me into a fully functional, mature adult capable of determining right from wrong. These turtles are having sex.
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about this card:
happy turtles | Anna Jarvis, the creator of Mothers Day, was so appalled by the commercialization of the holiday that she later protested it and organized boycotts. That's why our cards match the true, original spirit of Mother's Day - we never court mass appeal or pander to the market. Example: just look at the badly behaving turtles in this card. Wrongcards: principles before profit.

moral universe

June 12, 2013 · Kris St.Gabriel
Father's Day Ecard with text: Happy Father's Day and thank you for not contaminating my moral universe by giving me any material possessions.
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about this card:
moral universe | My father was Cary Grant. Or Neil Armstrong - my Nanna could get a bit inconsistent after her second bottle of turpentine. Dad being Cary Grant would make a lot of sense, of course, but if he was Neil Armstong then that would explain my tendency to always push everyone out of the way in trying to be the first through any door.

moral vacuum

September 7, 2011 · Kris St.Gabriel
WTF Ecard with text: So lately I've been thinking about rabbits and I've decided they are a moral vacuum. But nobody ever talks about it.
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about this card:
moral vacuum | It's re-hash Wednesday, and normally I'd like to touch upon the Great Themes of Western Philosophy but sadly the whole Western canon was recently patented by Apple. So here is a picture of some very happy rabbits.

moral high ground

July 19, 2011 · Kris St.Gabriel
Apology Ecard with text: I want to apologize to you even though you were wrong because I have always been curious to know what a moral high ground feels like. So far I'm enjoying it.
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about this card:
moral high ground | 'If you have to apologize to anyone then there is no reason you can't enjoy yourself. Also: you're allowed to snicker. If anyone disagrees, say that a stranger on the internet said so. "It's not a proper argument until you've quoted someone on the internet." - Gandhi.'