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Merry Christmas, Even If You Don't Buy This Book (someecards): 45 Cards for Expressing All Your Christmas Wishes If You Have Any Paperback – Oct 6 2009

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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Sterling; Pos edition (Oct. 6 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402768095
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402768095
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 16.7 x 1.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 240 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #430,043 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Brook Lundy is President, Head Writer and Unpaid Intern of He spent several years writing humour essays for publications such as The New York Times, as well as writing and performing in a sketch comedy troupe. Duncan Mitchell has been a package designer for The Clorox Company and an award-winning creative director in online advertising. Currently he is CEO, Assistant to the CEO, Art Director and Junior Writer for

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Format: Paperback
Someecards make the best cards for all occasions, and this collection of christmas cards does not disappoint. All my friends practically fall on the floor laughing at the cards. Take for example: A 1960's stylized picture of a man lifting weights, with the caption "My resolution is to get healthier while still destroying myself with alcohol and drugs". The writers put on these cards everything you've thought, but are too polite to say; the truths in the statements in this card collection will hit straight to the heart. If you know someone with a sense of humor, and not super uptight or boring, then they will love you for giving them one of these cards. Guaranteed.
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By TMcT on Dec 26 2010
Format: Paperback
A great icebreaker for those relatives you don't like seeing all year, but have to see numerous times at Christmas. Little middle of the road on some of the cards, I have laughed harder at different books.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Great alternative to Christmas cards Dec 13 2009
By SF - Published on
Format: Paperback
This is for people with a sarcastic sense of humor. Some great, crass Christmas postcards to send as an alternative to the mushy Christmas cards you will find in stores.

With says and images such as:

"Thanks for getting me a gift I dont actually have to return"

"I hope your Christmas display doesn't incinerate your home and loved ones"

"I want a Secret Santa gift that makes me feel sexually violated."

"I'll never be the Secret Santa you deserve."

"There's nothing like holiday cheer to offset devastating seasonal affective disorder."

"Enjoy the holiday that's technically not yours."

And so many more!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
About 80% funny/useful Nov. 24 2012
By C. Blouke - Published on
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The cards are a nice, heavy paper - decidedly sturdy enough to make it through the rigors of the postal service during the holidays. There are about seven cards that aren't terribly funny/applicable/things I would want or be able to send. There are five or six new year's themed cards, and several that deal with post-gift giving (as in "I'm indebted to you and several credit card companies"), so the advertising is a bit off in terms of these being exclusively Christmas-related. I do appreciate the three or four non-Christian holiday greetings such as "Enjoy the holiday that's technically not yours." So there are about 20 that could sub in as Christmas cards and another few you could space out the sending over the holiday season.
I liked 38/45 Dec 19 2011
By B. Tran - Published on
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The cards were great laughs and easy to buy. My friends, co workers, and peers loved them. Being in high school, the cards were easily more acceptable then the mushy sweet ones that can create awkward moments. They provided enjoyment for nearly everyone. (Except for a few that I didn't exactly like). Some of the cards did not really make sense (but that can just be me) but overall I really enjoyed them. I liked and picked out about 38 out of the 45 which is not a bad equvalent.
Very funny Aug. 25 2012
By AJ - Published on
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I really think these are hilarious. Only problem is I didn't realise they were postcards, I thought they were cards with envelopes. Anyway they don't say 'Some E Cards' on the front which I was afraid of. I will probably still send them at Christmas, they are non-traditional enough so that I don't think it will matter that they are postcards as opposed to actual cards.
Sarcasm, Anyone? Jan. 25 2013
By Ms. Ferrari - Published on
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This is definitely for those who truly understand sarcasm and don't mind being a little (or a lot) inappropriate. I think it takes the "edge" off of the contrived cheesiness of the holiday season. It's actually my favorite thing about the holidays now!