A good greeting card can express exactly what you're thinking, which is why it's lucky you're always thinking "monkey with party hat on tricycle". Now, help everyone know when you diverge from that timeless theme, with cards from Blue Barnhouse.
Conceived just a couple hours away in NC, Blue pwns Hallmark by letting you truly express yourself via greeting cards whose irreverent messages skip the fluff and get down to the sarcastic truth; the whole deal's helmed by a few "bookbinding enthusiasts" who decided to branch out after their handbound literary magazine was met with "rabid enthusiasm", and surprisingly, nobody thought it bit. Categories include "Thank You" ditties like the red & white "T. Hanks" (with a drawing of Tom), romantic joints like "Never Front On You" (spoken to a Victorian-era lady by a dashing player), and b-day cards including one with the Grim Reaper holding a cake that says "Don't Fear Your Birthday", also what Blue Oyster Cult used to sing when they were the house band at Chuck E. Cheese's. If you just love the feeling you get from sending people cards, they've got just-because numbers like "You Rock" (featuring a rocking chair), various Obama models like "Barack Navidad", and holiday stuff like "Give Wood" with Santa reading an adult book about "naughty" girls, who're all on
Craigs his list.
There're also Mother's/Father's Day cards & tees (the gray cotton "#2 Dad"), skull & bones-themed stationery, and even paper coasters featuring bold statements like "Flip Me Over", plus one that's got a quote from Frank Zappa, a man you probably don't want to get revealing greeting cards from, as he's always thinking about Burnt Weeny Sandwiches.