so true!& I love how you designed this toon Ray.
So many times, I've thought the same thing (to myself, of course!).
Tooo - SHAY, ToonMan!Aloha from Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° >
and that's why the writers make the big bucks haha!
LOL. I thought the card selection was pretty bad this year -- or after #&^@ (mumble) years, I've pretty much seen them all.
Hope you find just the right one Ray. ;)
It's easier just to tell my sweetie pie every day that I love him. So much more real than a card, but I give him a card too.
So true, ToonMan! (You could always bake a cake...)
Oh I find the same thought going through my mind everytime I'm out card shopping no matter what holiday!
I'll take my lovely wife to the store and we'll each pick out a lovely Valentine's Day card for each other. We'll smile at each other, exchange a kiss and return the cards to the rack. No need to buy them.
Awwww. You have it all Toonman!! xoxo
Aw... I like what Stephen Hayes says. I used to make Valentines, but this year, I am not inspired, sniff.
It's the thought that counts. :-)Good luck finding the perfect card, Toonman!!!
so friggin true!! :-)
Something tells me there's nothing lacking in the wit department...Of course I can't speak to the romance part, but there's plenty of wit to go around.
One reason I dislike said cards. Unless they're funny. Then I like them. :)
He's not really that cynical is he.
HeeHee! Absolutely true!
J'adore Stephen's comment, sounds like a plan to me haha!
Isn't that the truth!
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