We here at Rubber Chicken Cards have a favorite ecard-giving time of year, for us it is "Back to School" day. It's the day after "buying a bunch of school supplies" day and the day before "What do you mean you have Strep throat and you'll be home for the next three months?!?" day.
We posted six (that's half a dozen for your English and Math graduates) eGreetings for your perusal. Ha! See, Ms. Christiansen, we CAN spell! She was our Kindergarten teacher. She held us back four years in a row. We finally had to pay her off.
So pack those juice boxes and PBJ's, but be sure to include a HUGE disclaimer on the outside of your kid's lunch bag that clearly states: "This product manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts", because times have changed and you can't be too careful!
And instead of sneaking a surprise sugary treat, like a Twinkie, in your kid's lunch, how about surprising them by personalizing a Rubber Chicken Card "Back to School" animated eGreeting and posting it to their Facebook page, or you could email it to them and they can now view it on any device, so they can see your thoughtful gesture on their iPhone... and iPad... and smart phone... and we don't know all what else, probably the XBox and the 4G (whatever that is) and... sheesh being a kid now-a-days is WAY more complicated than when we were their age. Simply trying to keep up with all the necessary recharging cables and connectors is a full time gig for a kid. How do they do it?!
So celebrate "Back to School" day, a holiday also known as "Parents Independence Day", by sending out our ecards to everyone with school-aged children. Our cards are unlike anything our competition has: Hallmark doesn't have 'em and Doozie cards doesn't have 'em and Jib Jab doesn't have 'em! Nope! Just us. And these here cards are here just for you and those you care about. And send one to yourself, after all, you earned a good laugh! But do it now, before you have to pick your kid up from their "Non-Linear Interpretive European Football" practice and get them to their "Experimental Native American Dance" class on time! Which reminds us, we're late, so if you excuse us, we volunteered to carpool our kid and their Chess Club to something called, "Neuro-Bio-Chemistry for the Advanced Pre-Teen". We have no idea what they teach but it was cheaper than a year at Montessori, so how bad could it be?sign up for a free trial account here, to send unlimited free eCards for 10 days!