Sending holiday cards is a dying art. It doesn't seem to be the sort of thing people do anymore, especially when it's easy and free to just put up a Tweet or status update and be done with it. There's something about handwritten cards that makes us feel all warm inside, though. Maybe it's the time and attention, or the personal touch? Cards help us send well wishes and spread joy to loved ones we can't be with but are thinking of.
Dad got me a Christmas card saying ‘you have always been my favourite son’. Discussed it with my brother and he said his card said the same thing, absolute scam 😡— chie x (@ArchieLawson1) December 24, 2017
My grandparents must think I'm an alcoholic as I now have 3 bottles of vodka & 2 bottles of rum— Becca In Wonderland (@she_told_me_too) December 25, 2017
Also in the Christmas card they put money in it with a cute note saying don't spent it at the pub
They know me to well👌🏻
My dad sent me a Christmas card with a photo of his cat on the front and wrote a note on the inside that says “show this to your dog, what’s the reaction?”— ErinEph (@ErinEph) December 23, 2017