Truth 33 Fake e-card greetings

When I was first dating my wife, I remember receiving an e-card from her. I clicked the link, and it brought up a Web page that played a short video of a dancing dog expressing its love for me. While it was a little corny, it was funny, and I was amused. For those who have never received an e-card, my assumption is you are probably already married. This assumption is based on my own life, in which once I said, “I do,” the e-cards stopped.

You are sitting at your computer and a new email comes in. The subject line reads, “You have a Hallmark e-card greeting!” It’s from ecards@hallmark-ecard.com, and the letter invites you to click on the link provided in the note to see your card.

You click on the link, and the ...

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