Monday, October 19, 2009

Even more Hallmark rejects

What to send to the friend who has a genetically abnormal miscarriage?

I know, you're stumped, right?

Herewith, the debut of the first and so-far only e-card to acknowledge the chromosomally abnormal miscarriage. Sure to cause dismay to all who receive it.

But hey, at least it is some kind of acknowledgment.

What do you think: send on to Hallmark or keep it under wraps?


Mo



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23 comments:

  1. I love these! Keep em coming. (Can't wait for the holiday series!)

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  2. I've found the rest funny and thought I'd find this one funny too but I don't, perhaps it's too close to home?

    Or perhaps I'm just a moody cow today LOL thats MORE than possible!

    Ignore me!

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  3. Love. It.

    Keep 'em coming, Mo & Will. Dark humor is the only humor that gets me laughing these days.

    Oooooh - holiday series? Can't wait!

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  4. I love these so much. Keep 'em coming!

    Kait @ esperanzasays.worpdress.com

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  5. Mo, these are awesome!!! You need to get an online website going for ordering!!! You go girl!

    Kami

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  6. Love it - make one for an ectopic pregnancy! I'm thinking something that says, "It wasn't ever going to make it, so why cry?"

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  7. Love it! Hey, am I the only one to give you a crass miscarriage gift?

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  8. dora, as a matter of fact, yes! I keep meaning to post a pic of it on here : ) It is proudly displayed in my home : )

    Mo

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  9. If it gave you even a chuckle at that time, it was worth it.

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  10. have you ever looked at someecards? my friend sent me tons of inappropriate cards during my pregnancy (sorry you're about to get fat during swimsuit season, etc). they're pretty fun!

    xoxo

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  11. I love it! I hope to see many more they always give me a much needed smile and laugh.

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  12. You crack me the hell up. I gave you an award on my blog!

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  13. Ok Mo, I realize that my sense of humor has fallen into your category. My BIL was making fun of my niece, looked at me and said, "So what can I make fun of you about?"

    I said, "How about being infertile and the fact that I will most likely never carry a child."

    He looked at me with a terrified look in his eyes. Worst of all, I saw pity. So, I love your Monday posts. They are the levity that I need to stay sane!

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  14. My favorite is the "oof" one! Moxie is just toooo adorable! And beautiful!

    I'm so sorry ya'll didn't get better answers on what went wrong. I wish they had a better explanation for you to help you decide what you want to do next.

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  15. I nearly spit out my coffee on reading this one!! Keep 'em coming!

    I'm also a 10-year cancer survivor, and if not for my family's and my ability to find things to laugh about, I don't know what we'd have done. Our rule was that if the canceree says it's funny, it's funny!

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  16. Damn, that's good! I need a laugh after the last few crap weeks, so keep 'em coming!

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  17. these are soooo awesome!!! Yes, it sucks, but it helps to see these images/words from someone on the inside. DH and I have made many 'sad sperm' jokes, I wonder what the cards would be like?

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  18. Mmhh not sure about this one to be honest!

    But thanks so much for stopping by my blog, really appreciated and wanted to return the virtual hug! Fran
    ICLW

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