Rude Birthday Cards For Ryan Gosling As He Turns 38 This Week
Canada’s favourite hunky actor turns 38 years old this week, so it’s time to stock up on rude birthday cards such as “You're The Best Thing That's Ever Happened To My Private Parts #happybirthday”, “Any Cunt Can Write On Your Facebook Wall. So Here's A Card #happyfuckingbirthday” and “Happy Anniversary Of The Day Your Face Rubbed Against Your Mum's Vagina #happyfuckingbirthday” available from our cardshit.com, to help him celebrate his special day.
As well as funny birthday cards, Gosling may well be receiving some “GOOD LUCK CUNT” rude good luck cards and “Meows things with you?" funny friendship cards after his latest film First Manreceived tepid reviews from critics on its opening weekend. However, the film, which follows Neil Armstrong on his journey to being the first man on the moon has been tipped for an Oscar despite inaccuracies in the story and unease about the portrayal of some of the characters.
Bad reviews and sarcastic, funny good luck cards aside, Gosling will definitely be receiving a cute birthday card or two from his partner Eva Mendes with whom he has two daughters, Esmeralda Amada Gosling and Amada Lee Gosling. The couple who have been together for seven years since the pair starred in crime drama The Place Beyond The Pines have been extremely private about their relationship and don’t attend the red carpet together, or appear in each other’s social media pictures. The closest the public will get to catching a glimpse of these two celebs relationship is when Ryan dedicated his Golden Globe for La La Landlast year to his wife, saying, “‘While I was singing and dancing and playing piano and having one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on a film, my lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer. If she hadn’t have taken all that on so that I could have this experience, it would surely be someone else up here other than me today. So, sweetheart, thank you.”
From The Notebook to The Big Short, Gosling has acted in all sorts of films, however it was Disney Channel’s The Mickey Mouse Club that helped Gosling get to where he is today. A child actor who starred in Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark? it would appear that Gosling is one of the lucky ones who didn’t waste it all on booze and drugs.