Recession-inspired Christmas cards flying off shelves in UK!December 3rd, 2008 - 4:24 pm ICT by ANI
London, Dec 3 (ANI): Besides peoples lives, the global credit crunch has left a mark on this years Christmas greetings too cards wishing people a Great Depression are flying off the shelves in Britain.
And crunch greeting cards, available in various designs, are proving a festive bestseller, reports The Sun
One such card feature 1930s photos including a man eating free grub with the slogan: I hope you like soup.
Another with an OAP in the cold says: I sold my spleen to pay my mortgage.
Artist Andrew Shaffer said: Humour is essential to make it through tough times. (ANI)
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