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I Could Sit And Stare At My Phone Funny Valentines Card

£2.50  (DMV 93)

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We've all sat next to our loved one catching up on social media in silence haven't we? It's cute. Well now you can let them know you love this very modern activity with this card. just don't let them catch you scrolling through tumblr, best keep that to your private time.

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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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I Could Sit And Stare At My Phone Funny Valentines Card
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Date Added: Saturday 15 February, 2020 by LoopyLoo
Perfect card as always! Sometimes I’m convinced you just know all my sayings!!
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Last date modified: 12th February 2021