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You Suck At Parking, Seriously. Set of 10 Cards. Funny Gag Gift. Stocking Stuffer. Christmas Gift.

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Set of 10 "You Suck At Parking" cards. Taking up two spots in a busy neighborhood, parking extremely close to your car, blocking a driveway... this card says it all. Learn to park, asshole.

-Great gift for a laugh. Includes 10 cards.
-3.5" x 2" white cards printed on 110lb recycled card stock.

-Orders ship First Class Mail in 1-2 business days.
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Jessica Sweets is a graphic designer, photographer, and DIY advocate. Inspired by daily life and living to the fullest. She lives outside New York City with her two rescued dogs.

{ © 2014 Jessica Sweets. All rights reserved. }


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You Suck At Parking, Seriously. Set of 10 Cards. Funny Gag Gift. Stocking Stuffer. Christmas Gift.

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  • Craft type: Party & gifting
  • Materials: card stock, ink, love
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