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British And Brokeish - Bugger the expense.

British And Brokeish - Bugger the expense.

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Product code: TET330

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<p>An original take on Austerity measures, these cards will help your chosen recipient to <em>really</em> appreciate the pennies you've spent!

You should feel no guilt whatsoever buying this grotty greetings card with it's cheerless message. Frankly, they should understand that you have better things to spend your hard earned cash on than frivolous cards with glitter, badges or cute pictures of furry things in baskets. It's the thought that counts! Supplied with a black envelope, the card is blank inside for you to write something niceish.</p>

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Celebrating more than half a decade of austerity, this cheerfully depressing range will bring a wry smile to anyone who isn't a politician. Includes free Government apology wth every card!!

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ISBN N/A
EAN-Barcode 5060059640119
Message inside Blank
Message outside -
SKU BB161
Postage Category No
Product Code TET330
Brand British & Brokeish
Qty in pack 1
For Anyone
Type Greeting Cards

About Splimple

Splimple was established in 2003 by a one-eyed, bald man (Stuart Caldwell, if you must know), who lives near Stratford on Avon, keeps hens, is a shockingly bad (and irritatingly enthusiastic) guitarist, has a penchant for Double Decker bars (yum) and is a little too keen on Aston Villa for his long suffering wife’s liking. He was originally a copywriter and spent 25 years running advertising agencies (yes – he really is that old). Initially Splimple only published work that he'd personally created – but these days the business is a fully-fledged publishing company with more than half of its products being the work of other creatives.

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