Here are my answers...What are YOURS? (Leave in comments below)
#1 You never run out of envelopes.
#2 You draw Easter eggs on Father's Day.
#3 "5x7" will never again mean multiplication problems or photograph sizes.
#4 Your relatives see your cards in a store, buy them, and then for some unknown reason, mail them back to you.
#5 Someone asks you for a deck of cards, and you go to the other room to get your card line.
#6 No one can exit your house without free samples.
#7 You forget to mail your own Christmas Cards.
#8 You can multiply any number by 12 while under the influence.
#9 People at parties tell you they want to quit their job and start a card business, because it sounds like a fun hobby.
#10 You spend 5 hours trying to think of witty words for the inside of a "Thank You" card, and finally realize the best words are "Thank You."
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