I’m convinced some company could make a killing if it had the guts to market dysfunctional greeting cards.
Most birthday or holiday cards gush with flowery sentiments, like, “To the Greatest Father in the World,” or, “Mom, you are my best friend.”
Yeah, well, what if they weren’t?
What if your dad was an angry jerk and your mother abused you? What if your brother backstabbed you and stole the inheritance?
Where are the greeting cards for reality?
Just once I’d like to see a card that reads, “Mom, you blew it . . . but I love you anyway. Happy Mother’s Day.”
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