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long term plans

June 24, 2013 · Kris St.Gabriel
Birthday Ecard with text: Happy Birthday. The other good news is that your need need to make long-term plans is decreasing year by year.
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about this card:
long term plans | Did you know only 12 million Americans believe that the USA is secretly run by lizard people? It's a very disappointing statistic but lizards are good at disinformation. Today's wrongcard is for birthdays so why, then, am I talking about lizard people? Oh who knows why I do anything.

birthday heart

February 1, 2013 · Kris St.Gabriel
Birthday Ecard with text: Happy Birthday. And remember: heart disease kills about one in every four people.
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about this card:
birthday heart | If you know someone who is having a birthday right now you have to send them today's wrongcard. Because it's, like, Providence or something that this card should appear in your life and you have to do it. To ignore Providence is like ignoring God. And we don't do that, okay, because there will be floods and I'll have to build an Ark. If I build an Ark I'm not inviting any bears on-board. Screw that.

identical boxes

February 3, 2012 · Kris St.Gabriel
Birthday Ecard with text: Happy Birthday. You're going to get old and live in one of thousands of identical boxes and then get sad and die. But today is not the day to think about that, ok?
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about this card:
identical boxes | Do you know anybody having a birthday this weekend? If so, this is not really the best card to send them. Unless you're giving them a completely rubbish present and you want to draw attention away from it. I once gave someone a chocolate bar wrapped up in gift paper, but that was before chocolate bars got so expensive.

calendar

September 20, 2011 · Kris St.Gabriel
Get Well Ecard with text: Get well soon, but failing that, try not to die on theses days.
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about this card:
calendar | It is a sad thing but sometimes people can get sick and this may occasionally result in the interruption of one's plans. Experience has taught me that nobody likes it when you leave a bed-side vigil to go jet-skiing. I believe this is because people are fundamentally irrational. Send a Get Well card and THEN you can go jet-skiing.