Cover Verse: I want to wish you a Happy Birthday, Terry! And believe me... Inside Verse: that's no bull! Nope. It's just a cow. Bulls have a...well, you know...a thing between...Oh heck...trust me -- it's no bull.
Cover Verse: Get in there and Fight, Fight, Fight! You've got the will! You've got the might! You can do it! Yes, you can! Boola! Boola! You da man! Go, Danny! Inside Verse: Just think of me as your very own personal cheerleader. But I'm not going to wear one of those short little skirts or tight sweaters for anything. Pompoms are cool, though.
Cover Verse: This is a Greeting Card (gret'ing kard) Directions for Use: 1. Read cover. 2. Place right thumb between pages. 3. Open with left hand. Inside Verse: Directions for Use (cont.): 4. Think about the nice person who sent you this. (See signature.) 5. Smile. 6. Have a nice day, Keith!
Cover Verse: Georgia's Personal Guide to Doctorspeak What Your Doctor Says: What Your Doctor Means: I'd like to run a few more tests. (I want the sunroof option for my new sports car.) Please make a follow-up appointment. (I'd also like the CD player with the five-disc changer.) Bend over. Bend over. (Hey, some things are bad enough without some deeper meaning.) The nurse will take over from here. (I'm late for my tee-off time.) You'll feel some slight discomfort. (This is gonna hurt like hell.) Hmmm... that's interesting... (What the heck is THAT?) This is a highly treatable disease. (How much insurance do you have?) Inside Verse: What This Card Says: Hope you're better soon, Jerry! What This Card Means: Hope you're better soon, Jerry!
Cover Verse: Give a man a fish, and he'll eat for a day. Inside Verse: Teach a man to fish, and he'll spend thousands of dollars on fishing gear and tackle, spend countless hours waiting to catch a few pathetic fish, and bore everybody he knows with tiresome stories about the one that got away. Happy Birthday to a "reel" man.
Cover Verse: Rick, I can't tell you why your birthday card is late without compromising a highly sensitive covert field operation directed by the FBI. Inside Verse: The story I'm using is simply that I forgot it. If anyone asks, that's what happened. (wink wink) Happy Belated Birthday
Cover Verse: I'm thankful for many things, Dorothy. The way you feed me. The way you pet me. The way you clean my litter box. But most of all, I'm thankful for... Inside Verse: ...the way I have you trained. Happy Thanksgiving, from Whiskers
Cover Verse: If Teenagers Ruled the World Every home would have three phone lines. Parents would never weird out in front of their kid's friends. Every driver's license would include a free sports car. Bedrooms would be self-cleaning. Curfews would be illegal. Inside Verse: Hope all your dreams come true, Andy. Happy Birthday
Cover Verse: Jaime, birthdays are a time to ask yourself the Big Questions in life... Inside Verse: ...like, "How many pieces of cake can I eat and still fit into my underpants tomorrow?" Happy Birthday!
Cover Verse: Billy, Happy Birthday from the Dog I just love to send cards! Inside Verse: Well, actually, I just like to lick envelopes... and stamps... ...myself... ...the floor... Anyway, Happy Birthday from:
Cover Verse: Before you cut your birthday cake, Micky, which party nose would you rather wear? (choose one) #1 ugly nose #3 funny nose #4 cute nose #2 hairy nose Inside Verse: Now that you've finished picking your nose, wash your hands and have a piece of cake!
Whether you're typing, word-processing, or writing longhand, the old-fashioned way, personalized stationery is a nice way to express yourself and impress your correspondent. You'll need: Paper, 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Use plain white paper, colored paper, or preprinted stationery stock. Directions: 1. Click on Personalize Your Project to open the Create & Print workspace. 2. Personalize the text. Select the text to write over it or change size, color, and font style. 3. For additional pages, click Add Page and follow the directions. 4. Print your project. Tips: Choose a stationery style that fits your mood -- whimsical, happy, serious, etc. Formal stationery traditionally includes the writer's name and contact information, but don't feel restricted to that. Specially chosen pictures and quotations can make your stationery uniquely yours. Many stationery projects have coordinating envelopes, labels, or stickers you can Create & Print as well. You may want to save your favorite stationery so that you can make more. Click Save and follow the directions.
Cover Verse: Thimon Thez, "Have a Happy Birthday, Barbara!" Thimon Thez, "Do thomething nice for yourthelf today, Barbara!" Now open thith card and take out the fifty-dollar bill! Inside Verse: Uh, oh! You didn't wait for Thimon Thez!
Cover Verse: People Have the Darndest Accidents, Julia Some slip on bananas Or fall through thin ice, Hammer their thumbs Or get pinched in a vise. Some walk into manholes Or fall out of bed, Ski into trees Or get bopped on the head. Inside Verse: But whatever it was That just happened to you, Hope that real soon You'll be fixed up like new! Get Well Soon!
Cover Verse: To My Work Buddy, Liz Let me treat you to lunch for your birthday! Inside Verse: So, what'll it be - candy bar, chips, pretzels... anything from the vending machine - just name it! Happy Birthday