What an important day, the day of a 21st Birthday. A day not to be missed. In the United States, on this special day, a human being can accelerate the long, sweet process of becoming an alcoholic.
At 21 years old you can legally play beer pong. This may very well be the one age that every youth in America knows. And how blessed it is that at the age of 21, across all states, it becomes legal to purchase, carry and consume alcohol. Just think of what freedom like that will produce in the hearts of good American people.
Another great perk in a number of states is that 21 is the legal age for gambling; yet another victory for the one armed bandits and every other lure that's welcomed at the age of 21. And why is that? It's because now you have been deemed an ADULT so you can handle all the hard stuff adults handle: like love. In fact, in the state of Mississippi you can finally apply for a marriage license without parental consent.
If you are younger than 21, you require the consent of your parents or a judge. This is serious stuff! Now that you're such an adult you can write in your own candidates....and please do! You can drink on work nights and yes you can!. stay in bed all day and never change your pajamas. In fact, you can just wear them to work.
Yup, you got it! So we can lose all self control! Hey now that's fun and fabulous. So honor this great event by choosing a Rubber Chicken Card Chicken Scratch card and posting it on Facebook or sending one of our premium animated 21st Birthday Ecards. Face it, being 21 is pretty cool! Wish someone a Happy 21st Birthday.
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Mayra Guerrero (animator): As a kid, I loved watching cartoons. I would make sure to get up early to watch my Saturday morning cartoons and thought, 'I want to do that'!. My love for cartoons expanded to movies and television as well. I wanted to learn how to draw and make characters move; how movies and TV shows are actually made. I knew I wanted to be part of that world, in some form or another. I enrolled at Cal State LA University as an art major and took Steve Rotblatt's storyboard class. He encouraged me to keep practicing my drawing and to enroll in his Flash class. I did and the next thing I knew, I was here, finally, after many years of hard work. I’m getting to do something I love for a living!. In my spare time I love to draw, read books, watch movies/tv shows, listen to music and spend time with my friends and family."