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5 Father’s Day Cards for the Real World

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coverEvery time a card-buying holiday rolls around I try to buy one and I have no luck. The cards are all kind of lame and they’re so expensive. It drives me crazy.

Also, add in the fact that Father’s Day is really hard for me. I have no idea what to get for my husband. The really worst part is that he is awesome and deserves an amazing day. If I were a good wife, I would already be planning something mind-blowing for next year. I would buy him a really cool piece of crap vintage muscle car and then somehow get the dudes on Overhaulin’ to fix it all up for him. Something like that.

This year, I fear, is going to be lame. In fact, I should go right now and brainstorm amazing things to do for him. Or I could just make up a bunch of really inappropriate Father’s day cards and put them on the internet. That works, too.

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5 Father’s Day Cards for the Real World

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Julie W. Miner writes the blog Rants from Mommyland. She has three kids, a long-suffering husband, a very naughty dog and a geriatric, ill-tempered cat. In addition to blogging, she teaches at a college she couldn’t have gotten into because she made bad choices in high school. Read bio and latest posts → Read Julie's latest posts →

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