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Tuesday, March 28, 2006
Rejected Hallmark Cards
From the story: Drawing shows "a couple cuddling on a living room couch with a friendly bearded man, wearing a robe, sandals and a turban. The woman blurts: 'Honey, this Afghan your mom gave us is really warm!' " From the list: Front says, "When I think of you, Mom, I swell with pride." Inside says, "At least I hope it's pride. Otherwise, I'm pregnant again."