Cheatin' Greetin's

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[Lonely People]
At last, you can finally express your true feelings about that special someone you're committing adultery with, in that most intimate and heartfelt way possible...a greeting card.

Yes, that's right, now you're not just limited to the section of Hallmark cards for "a special friend" with their vague good wishes.

You can express your frustration with not being able to make out in the copy room at work:

I used to look forward to the weekends but since we met they now seem like an eternity without you....

I understand we have our separate lives, but I still don’t like being without you for long periods of time, or for any period of time for that matter…

You can tell them exactly how bad it feels to have to spend the holiday season with your, y'know, own spouse and kids:

As we each celebrate with our families, I will be thinking of you.

I will miss spending the holiday with my special lover...the one I really want to be sharing it with...

These are the times when I wish we could be together and not have to hide our love.

Until we can celebrate together, my holiday will be incomplete without you.

These, and many other special feelings for the love that dares not get a divorce, are after all best expressed via a nice card. Preferably with a dozen roses. Sent to their home when the wife will get them.

See the whole collections of delightful cards.




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