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Fucking Hell - Watership Down - Greetings Card

Fucking Hell - Watership Down - Greetings Card

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Fucking Hell - Watership Down - Greetings Card



 

The full card quote reads, 'Fucking Hell' displayed as a thought bubble from a rabbit engaged in reading the classic novel Watership Down.

A humorous greeting card suitable for a variety of celebrations, especially birthdays. The card is sure to strike a chord with those readers familiar with the story.

The card comes with a khaki envelope and is blank inside for your own personal message.

This card is suitable for almost any occasion, even the awkward ones. This card is suitable for everyone, apart from rabbit tamers.

 

Fucking Hell greeting card by artist A L Murphy for Urban Graphic.

 

On some monitors, the envelope may appear grey/gray but, it is actually a dark khaki.

 

Printed and published in the United Kingdom by Urban Graphic Ltd

This product consists of one cello wrapped greeting card with one envelope

  • Shipped by: Bookish Freaks from the United Kingdom
    • SKU: BFACUG - 003 - 025
      • Made in: UK
        • Brand: Urban Graphic
          • Range: Toasted Illustration
            • Approx Size: LW -  Card measures 15 x 15 cm
              • Approx Weight:  24g (including packaging)
                • Material: Paper, Card

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