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"Kevin" Greeting Card
  Kevin had finally conquered his fear of presentations
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Card Size 121 mm x 171 mm
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Tim wondered if he'd had too many espressos!
John's dad had just broken the news... ...he was going to be a Portsmouth fan!
Steve's doctor told him to avoid any unnecessary excitement... so he started supporting Charlton!
Watching Carlisle is enough to turn anyone to drink!
Dave was ecstatic! Portsmouth had won a throw in!
Reg was very proud. 78, and still with all his own teeth.
Deep down George knew the meeting could have gone better.
She wondered if it was time to consider contact lenses.
After three days at Glastonbury, even Pete accepted that he was ready for a good wash and shave.
Sorry to hear you are feeling ruff... Get well soon.
For the team building exercise Steve listed everything he liked about his job and his colleagues.
Neil was beginning to wonder if he was taking too much work home.
Bruce had struggled to adjust since relocating from Australia.
Andrew couldn't wait for his email account to start working again.
Nigel's doctor told him to avoid any unnecessary excitement... so he started supporting Ipswich!
Helen had solved
After four Rum and Cokes Barbara was anybodys.
Her owner might want to walk everywhere for 'fitness' reasons... ..but that didn't mean she had to!
Pete was delighted that the other Oldham Athletic fan was already here!
Sure... Charlie, Everton's new coach was inexperienced. But at least he was cheap!
Shelia wondered if she had overdone the collagen injections.
Darren didn't need good luck cards for his new job...not with Teddy by his side.
For Brian, retirement couldn't possibly come soon enough.
You ain't seen me, right? Happy Birthday
Sure... Eddie, Brentford's new coach was inexperienced. But at least he was cheap!
Smoking areas at Simon's offices had been drastically reduced.
George was ecstatic! Brentford had won a throw in!
Everyone listened symathetically to Linda's hair saloon horror story.
Paula was admired for her tact and diplomacy.
Billy's dad had just broken the news... ...he was going to be a Charlton fan!
Only one thing could possibly be worse than this thought Dave... ...watching Oldham Athletic!
'Tell me honestly... does my bum look big in this?'
Which ever way he looked at it, Phil had it tough. He was ginger, AND going bald.
The boss was his usual happy go lucky self.
After some quiet contemplation, Harry decided that the best thing to do... was absolutely nothing!
Dave was a little peckish...but deadlines are deadlines.
Peter was working hard to try and get this monkey off his back.
Another year older, and the only thing Lucy worried about was... ... the slight increase in unwantedfacial hair.
Sure, it was noisy. But for 1.98 return Nigel wasn't complaining.
John knew if surgery didn't work out, he could always get a job in customs.
Tina had carefully selected 'dress down Friday' to ask for a pay rise.
Darren wasn't too sure about Leicester's new centre half!
Richard was a little over-protective about his stapler.
Would you believe it... a last minute penalty to United!
'It's amazing' thought Mike. 'How is it I can spend only two minutes in the bedroom and still look this good?'
Kevin had finally conquered his fear of presentations
Hilary was beginning to regret her decision to go for second helpings of triple chocolate fudge cake sunddae.
Alan was hopeful he could be back at work tomorrow
Mr. Watkins was ready to take on Class 7B.
Who needs men?!
Sharon and Tracey had overdone the eye shadow again.
'I suppose you think that's funny' he sighed.
Was George watching a horror movie? An international catastrophe? No it was worse... ...he was watching Rochdale!
Claire had gone a little over the top in her attempt to look busy.
Gary wasn't too sure about Middlesbrough's new centre half!
Joanne felt that working from home had its advantages.
Was George watching a horror movie? An international catastrophe? No it was worse... ...he was watching Rochdale!
Only one thing could possibly be worse than this thought Mike... ...watching Sheffield United!
James had finally worked out how to turn the damn thing off.
George listened intently to his wife's every word.
Watching Stoke City is enough to turn anyone to drink!
Santa was beginning to regret his decision to let Rudolph go.
To Mum Merry Christmas! .... The outside caterers had done their bit. Now she could get well and truly hammered.
Merry Christmas! ....For some reason, the kids were always well behaved at Grandma's.
After hearing a drunken declaration from Brian in accounts that he wanted to Shag a reindeer... ... Susan had come up with a cunning plan.
The office Christmas party was in full swing.
OK so it's all agreed. Stuff the kids, let's take this year off.
Merry Christmas! .... Linda was looking forward to serving Christmas dinner to her vegetarian relatives.
I'm sorry..we're out of stock. But I could maybe get it to you for the 29th?
For 364 days a year she is a respected businesswoman. Fortunately for Karen Christmas comes but once a year.
To Mum Happy Christmas! ... Fortunately for Mum, Christmas comes but once a year.

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