Totally Inappropriate E-cards

There's not always a Hallmark card when you need one. Example: this morning my husband wanted to send a card to a friend of his who has been diagnosed with leukemia. What on earth do you say? "Sorry you've got a really terrible incurable disease?"  There's no good way to handle it, really. But it reminded me that we've got a bunch of e-cards for moments that Hallmark has left untouched. In a post about really awful e-cards on Best Week Ever, someone linked to our miscarriage card, which is, yes, totally inappropriate. So if you don't know what to say, try one of our ridiculous cards -- they're free!

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5 comments


  • MomOfAnAngelBaby

    Not only inappropriate but heartless and insensitive. I have been looking at ordering some more plush guts from your site for a while now. They are cute and I was excited when I discovered them… Especially with the new vulva + vagina one. Due to this “inappropriate card” I will be looking elsewhere for my plush guts. I am disgusted that this in deemed acceptable by your company.


  • Lauren

    haha!! If you don’t laugh, it just sounds mean! :)


  • bmore hon

    I actually love this card. As someone who works in grief, humor (in moderation) is actually a healthy coping tool. Would this card be right for everyone? Of course not. Would this card be PERFECT for some (myself included)? For sure. Right now we as a society just ignore this topic and get uncomfortable about it, rather than acknowledging the grief that comes with miscarriage. Finding as many different ways as we can to normalize that hundreds of thousands of women have been there, know the anguish, and can still carry on (and even laugh sometimes) should be commended!


  • gutsy

    actually i drew this after i had a miscarriage myself, and drawing something twisted with a black sense of humor somehow made me feel better. i know it’s not for everyone, and i also know i’m not the only one with a sick mind.


  • Brandi

    Do you even know how that makes someone who had a miscarriage feel! Its not a damn joke… Do you have kids, what if one of them died and I sent you a card saying “Sorry your kid is dead…. but now you can party all the time!”. I cannot believe someone had the nerve to make this! Its distinguish, mean and HURTFUL!!!!!


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