Boxing day - No, Americans, we're not talking about Muhammad Ali. We're talking about the day after Christmas, created in Great Britain! In the United States this is a fun event, in Britain it is a National Holiday. This is actually a wonderful day used to give gifts after Christmas to servants and tradesman. Today to the less fortunate.
Is there someone who has less than you? Is there someone who did not get a gift over the holidays? Of course you know someone like this or organizations that reach out to the less fortunate! This is the time to give and give some more.
And if you don't have a gift, how about giving with a Boxing Day Ecard. You'll be sure to elicit laughter by calling attention to one of the most good hearted days of the year... although it has become one of the most overtly materialistic holidays in existence. Oops. The biggest sale day of the year when the stores down price their left over shizzle.
So, in reality, instead of giving to the poor, the 26th is that day that people give to themselves. Who wouldÃ??Ã?Â¢??ve thunk it?Ã??Ã?Â¢??
Our Boxing Day Ecards are sure to delight and thrill you with their sarcasm, wit, and downright hilarity! We've selected the best characters from our arsenal to populate these cards with all the wit and wisdom of the ages (did you know that no one really knows exactly where the term Boxing Day comes from?). We have Aunt Gloria, welcoming us and delighted to see us on this day of giving, The General Store, where Bert and Mr. Klamen put great Boxing Day stuff in a bag, Jenny Sue the Flight Attendant, The Professors who try and fathom the meaning of Boxing Day, Stinky, and the idiots of the weed, the Flashback Boys. All of these great characters work their funny magic on this day.
Let's take this time to introduce you to our acting duos. For the most part the two men ecards, like the Boxing Day Ecards starring the Flashback Boys, General Store, and the Professors, are voiced by Steven Rotblatt and Fred Tatasciore. These three ecards are improvised, with the basic premise of the cards understood, and then edited by Steven Rotblatt later. This is dangerous stuff as sometimes it leads to funny and other times not. If it is not funny, we don't produce the ecard.sign up for a free trial account here, to send unlimited free eCards for 10 days!