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August 4, 2005 5:47 AM   Subscribe

"Thinking of you. Not all the time, but you're in the rotation." Cyranet's greeting cards are a pleasant waste of 5 minutes.
posted by selfmedicating (10 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
And a great way for them to harvest your email....
posted by Jikido at 6:12 AM on August 4, 2005

... and your friend’s.
posted by signal at 6:20 AM on August 4, 2005

I dont's see any clearely marked privacy policy on their site.
posted by Space Coyote at 6:29 AM on August 4, 2005

Don't send the cards out then. They are still quite funny: Happy Birthday. I have adopted a Somali child in your name. He will be arriving shortly.
posted by chunking express at 6:32 AM on August 4, 2005

"Check out this cool site I found before you. You can show someone else and be cooler than them."

Heh. The MeFi greeting card.
posted by Kat Allison at 6:36 AM on August 4, 2005

SM, You lied.

That took way more than five minutes. Though, yes, it was a pleasant waste of way more than five minutes.

Metafilter: Congratulations on the impressive ability to hide your disdain for the rest of us most of the time.
posted by oddman at 6:53 AM on August 4, 2005

Stories about your time abroad are very interesting and I also look forward to talking about other things again.

D'oh! I've been on both sides of thise one :)
posted by carmen at 8:04 AM on August 4, 2005

best. cards. ever.
posted by geeky at 8:13 AM on August 4, 2005

What's with the "How do I say"? Sloppy web interface, as well. Still, the one-liners more than make up for it.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 8:33 AM on August 4, 2005

I hear this from my patients all the time: Sometimes when I'm telling you about my problems and fears, it would be nice if you'd just nod sympathetically instead of injecting hilarious zingers.

heh heh.
posted by OmieWise at 8:49 AM on August 4, 2005

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