British actress, writer, and singer Natasha Hodgson recently came across something incredibly disturbing:
Ahh yes the two sides of heterosexuality, commerce and toil pic.twitter.com/0mFnufFxEV
— Natasha Hodgson (@NatashaHodgson) April 5, 2019
Those are some highly problematic greeting cards, for sure. No wonder British TV screenwriter Sarah Phelps is so upset:
Dang. She ain’t playin’. Probably because it’s hard to play when you have no sense of humor to speak of.
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) April 8, 2019
— Chuck Vipperman (@ChuckVipperman) April 8, 2019
Sarah, why do you want to kill someone over a hallmark card? Calm down.
— Crimson GOT A SECOND? Chaos (@HeatherDThomas1) April 8, 2019
Calm down, don't get hysterical pic.twitter.com/NZGnwystML
— (((L.N. Smithee))) (@LNSmithee) April 8, 2019
Ladies… ladies…. its a joke
— Kebeh Nayyeh (@KNayyeh) April 8, 2019
Not to her, it’s not!
Has she considered … not buying those cards?
Just a tip, if it pisses you off, don’t buy it. It’s just a card. It can’t hurt you.
— I’m Jim Acosta’s Love Child (@JimAcostaJr) April 8, 2019
What did that card ever do to her? Besides trigger her, we mean.
Kill? Over a greeting card joke that you don't think is funny? OK, you do you, boo boo.
— TCD (@tcd916) April 8, 2019
calm down Sarah nobody's buying you these cards. geez you people are clinically insane
— stephie ? (@stephiegnf) April 8, 2019
Actually, we kinda really want to buy her one now. Just to see what she’d do.
Seek therapy. If you get this upset over a card then you need some serious help.
— SB (@ShannonCLK) April 8, 2019
In the meantime:
Hey Sarah, switch to decaf.
— A man in TX (@ATxFellow) April 8, 2019