Wot's genericist?'Whatever' beats 'xmas' every time. That's just lexicological can't be arsedness.
Oh I love this one. Now I have a dilemma about whether this or No4 is my true favourite. I've waited 34 years for a card like this.(yeah, the post is slow)Owl - I think it reclaims genericism in a spirit of generic pride. Or something.Maybe I should start telling people I'm an atheist of generic background. That'll shut the fuckers up.red
Yeah, you could have a "happy whatever" card that encompasses all major celebrations (birthday's, mother/father/grandparent/foster parent days, Christmas, New Year, Eid, Channukah, Easter) THE LOT! Then all you'd have to worry about would be: sympathy, birth, moving house, new job, marriage. But you don't want to send cards to any of these people because you don't know what to put inside (sympathy) or can't be arsed with more people cooing over babies, or gloating about new jobs or houses, so fuck 'em.
We like this one too!
I would think you could sell quite a few of these in France this year.
HAHAHAHA this is exactly the sorta dillema I face all the time!
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