Just a bunch of hilarious alternative Valentine's Day cards for you to appreciate

We don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that sometimes we feel physically sick from the cheesiness emanating from a number of the Valentine’s Day cards we see around.

And no, it’s totally not just cos we’re single and alone *coughs*.

Do us all a favour please, and stick to buying one of these hilarious alternative Valentine’s Day cards in future, will you?

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Honestly, social media is full of some cracking ideas.

My niece’s non-traditional valentine card from funny

Turns out there really is a meme for every occasion.

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Take a look at these Donald Trump-inspired declarations of love because, apparently, he’s unavoidable even when it comes to Valentine’s Day.

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Meanwhile, there’s also a little something for TV and movie fans. When there’s a Stranger Things-inspired card on sale, you know there’s some good in the world.

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Or what about totally bypassing the traditional Valentine’s Day card-giving and handing one over to your fave co-worker instead?

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Or, there’s always a Morrissey way to express your feelings.

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