Rude Christmas Cards For Those Wanting To Charge Their Families For Xmas Dinner
Christmas is a time for giving, but not for everyone it would seem? Members of one family will no doubt be sending an abundance of rude Christmas cards such as the “Don't Like This Card? That's Just Rude-Olph! Fuck You Buddy #merrychristmas” and “Got You This Shitty Christmas Card” offerings available from our cardshit.com website, to one particular relative this year. Why, I hear you ask?
A lady recently appeared on ITV's This Morning programme, speaking about a bizarre financial arrangement where she actually charges each member of her family £30 to attend Christmas dinner. We think a few rude good luck cards will also be needed, if the skinflint in question wants anyone to turn up this year, as well as seriously considering sending some funny sorry cards themselves to apologise for their outrageous behaviour - and hopefully remain a member of the family!
Despite the outrage felt, people have been sharing their tips for a fair and cost-effective Christmas dinner and there have been some good ones: with everything from alternating houses each year so everyone takes a turn, to each person making a different dish of the Christmas dinner so that everyone chips in, but whatever you do, don’t go charging your friends and family for the meal, it’s just downright mean!
While it’s understandably annoying being charged for Christmas dinner by your own family, you need to think about the sheer costs involved in hosting a big Christmas party such as all of the food, crackers, decorations, games and alcohol. In this case, it may be nice to offer your host some money, or to bring something to contribute, to save them the embarrassment of having to ask you. Christmas is all about kindness, helping the needy and spending time with friends and family, so if you can afford it, why not just bite the bullet and get into the Christmas spirit.