Rubber Chicken Kidz Cardz are perfect to zend out to children and adultz too! What's with all the "Z" endings?! Just to show how much you love and care for all thoze who were born AFTER you! We here at RCC (that'z us) have made this special "PG-13" version of our "mature" animating eGreetingz. These "age-appropriate" RCC Kidz Cardz are ideal to zend to the wee onez in your life. They will delight and amaze. Now let'z get started with a bunch of examplez of why your generation STILL is better than anyone younger than you! Ready? Let'z go!
What better message for a child in YOUR LIFE to receive, than a Rubber Chicken Kidz Card from YOU! Send one to the youthful ones you care about today! Well let's see what youth are being told these days when they're NOT getting a RCC Kidz card from you... hmmm, let's see, how about the wisdom of Natsuki Takaya's Manga classic, "Fruits(sic) Basket", here it goes, "To forgive or not to forgive... are those my only choices?" Eh-gads, "Post-modern" much, Fruits Basket?! Not even Charlie Brown was THAT self-aware! Okay, now it's YOUR generation's turn, give it up for Dr. Seuss, "Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is You-er than YOU." He also wrote, "Why fit IN when you were born to STAND OUT?" Winner: Seuss, hands down! Now send out our RCC Kidz cards, before we keep going with all this nonsense and PROVE that quantity eventually overwhelms quality!
Okay, now that you've send out LOTS of our Rubber Chicken Kidz Cards, lets compare the wit and wisdom of young people's favorite locomotive, Thomas the Train to the immortal, Maurice Sendak, who authored "Where the Wild Things Are" among MANY other, wonderful children's classics. Let's let Thomas go first. Thomas the Train famously said, " Let us have a dagger between our teeth, a bomb in our hands and an infinite scorn in our hearts!"... Yikes! PBS let's THAT on the air? No wonder Congress is always defunding them! Okay now it's Sendak's turn, "I believe there is no part of our lives, our adult as well as child life, when we're not fantasizing, but we prefer to relegate fantasy to children, as though it were some tomfoolery only fit for the immature minds of the young. Children do live in fantasy and reality; they move back and forth very easily in a way we no longer remember how to do." Winner: Sendak! And in the interest of full disclosure, Thomas' quote was probably actually from Benito Mussolini, but Sendak STILL wins! Now send out a RCC Kidz card!
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