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Dad No One Can Change A Plug As Well As You Funny Fathers Day Card

£2.50  £1.00  (DAD 08)

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It doesn't matter how old we get we all still call Dad when something needs fixing, no one can fix things like Dad can and he doesn’t charge you so it’s a win-win really.

A red Father's Day card with text that reads Dad no one can change a plug, fix a tap, tidy the garage, hang up wallpaer, paint the ceiling, dig the borders and insulate the loft as well as you.

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Additional Information
  • Card dimensions: 126x178mm
  • Packed in a cellobag with envelope
  • Printed and Manufactured in the UK
  • Blank inside
  • Standard letter post
  • Orders sent RoyalMail 1st Class
  • UK deliveries usually arrive within 24 / 48 hours
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Customer Reviews
Date Added: Monday 22 March, 2021 by Katie Mac
Really funny, perfect for more personal and interesting (or rude -__) cards to match anyone and everyone! Will buy again, thank you Dean Morris!
Out of Five
Date Added: Monday 30 March, 2020 by Kath
Great card, as always from Dean Morris +++++
Out of Five
Date Added: Tuesday 23 April, 2019 by Elaine C
Fab cards real bargain this time as £1 each -excellent value Ta
Out of Five

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Last date modified: 21st May 2021