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Jingle Bollocks Rude Christmas Card

£2.50  (DMX 277)

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Here's the perfect card for that mate who might just take Christmas just a little bit too seriously. Or maybe he's just a knob and you think this slightly sweary card might just be the one.

A Christmas card with a 1960s picture of a smiling man holding a mini Christmas tree and presents. Festive text above him announces Merry Christmas jingle bollocks.

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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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Jingle Bollocks Rude Christmas Card
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Date Added: Sunday 29 November, 2020 by Eddie
Great card and very quick delivery
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Last date modified: 24th May 2021