6 February 2013 - 5:09pm | posted by | 0 comments

MOO unveils range of anti-Valentines postcards to help people (not) celebrate

MOO unveils range of anti-Valentines postcards to help people (not) celebrateMOO unveils range of anti-Valentines postcards to help people (not)

Online print business MOO.com has decided that Valentine’s Day is not something which needs to be celebrated, with its new range of postcards.

The range of 20 postcards feature sarcastic messages about 14 February, such as ‘Nothing says “I love you” like dead vegetation and fat-saturated sugar products’.

The cards were created by Meg Picard, with some adding a hint of romance to lighten the tone.

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