When it started I loved it, do you remember Caggy from the first series? It became a very different programme over the years, budgets went up, media coverage exploded, and careers were made and forgotten about. Of course it reached it’s peak with the Davina parody character’s iconic line “You’re live on Channel 4 – don’t say fuck or bugger!” Read more in the complete post …
8th November 2018
3rd July 2018
We are all fans blowing here at Dean Morris cards towers! And we thought we’d remind you about the biggest competition going on today … no not England in the Russia 2018 World Cup, but our very own giveaway. A box of funny greetings cards, mugs, coasters, and even the odd rude badge for you to give to your friends and office co-workers, or just to smugly keep on your desk. No more hunting around for your favourite mug in work, you’ll have 6 of them. You could use one to suit your mood maybe when you need a brew.
It’s super easy, all you need to do is head over to Instagram, like the image displayed here and then share it with two friends.
We’ll pick a winner at random on the 10th July and then be in touch with them to arrange delivery of your box.
We’ve picked a selection of designs to suit all occasions through the year, we sure you’ll love it!
20th February 2017
I think it’s something I am reasonably qualified to do, certainly more so than tiling (tried that once, never again) or football. I also believe it’s a part of the greeting card industry that some people within don’t like to acknowledge and yet rightly or wrongly it’s the one aspect of the industry that often generates the most media attention. This was very much in evidence towards the end of January when a less than kind post on Mumsnet about some of my ruder Valentine’s cards made it to a selection of national tabloids.
I’m very proud of my place in the industry but I’ll always feel like the naughty young offspring despite my eighteen years or so within it. There will never be a trade show where I don’t have to explain that “the old dears” actually do have a better sense of humour than the retailer may think. Or that over half of my collection is perfectly clean but one bit of profanity means it must be on every card. And then there’s the “I love these but I couldn’t possibly stock them”. I’ll always provide humour at the edgier end of the spectrum and I’ve always accepted some of the restrictions because of this. But – and in a moment of epic trumpet blowing – I’d like to stress the very important place rude cards have in the marketplace.