Thereís a reason Santa is so secretive when he visits your home. You know why ďNothing was stirring, not even a mouse?Ē Because those damn mice knew better. They knew to stay away, to not ask stupid questions and to not snoop around. Just stay in bed, enjoy your presents and keep your stupid mouths shut. The big man as a reputation to uphold. He canít risk his mysterious rep for children who dig too deep and who ask too many freaking questions.
In short, Timmy has to pay.
This hilarious Nick Downes cartoon is one of the shockingly horrible Christmas cards that helps keep your kids in bed on Christmas Eve. Sure, Santa is jolly and generous and all, but his homicidal tendencies are well-documented in The North Pole among his minions. Believe me, his dark side should be fearfully respected. The front reads ďIím sorry you saw me, Timmy. Now Iíll have to kill you.Ē The inside reads ďSeasonís Greetings.Ē
NobleWorksí creepy Christmas card is not politically correct by any means, but it is a fair warning. Creepy Santa Christmas cards are a fun gift for anyone that has a slightly sick sense of humor. The busy holiday season can present all kinds of annoyances: children hopped up on candy and gifts, jam-packed parking lots, demanding in-laws and crippling societal expectations (Iím looking at you Pinterest and Martha Stewart). A creepy, funny Christmas card is a hilarious choice for anyone with kids. Like many of his other illustrations, this Nick Downes cartoon offers a new, if not somewhat sinister, perspective to an old, familiar story.
This high-quality card is printed on recycled paper stock and is printed here in the good-old U.S. As part of our funny Christmas card collection, this card will bring a little light-hearted cheer (or deep, dark dread) to your family and friends.
One buddy loved it so much that he said he go in with me and buy some in bulk directly from the outfit that made them, Noble Works. This was back in the mid-1990's--no Google or Amazon or the like--so as a publisher/printer of the cards, i.e. a wholesaler, Noble Works had no system set up to deal with individuals like me. The smallest order they shipped was something like 5 boxes, each containing something like 20-25 cards, so my buddy and I were making good money and decided, 'What the heck!' I took 3 boxes and he took 2.
Even though I was sending out 50+ holiday cards a year then, I had enough "Timmy" cards to last 3-4 yrs., as I recall. When I finally did use hem up and called about ordering more, I believe the number of boxes required for an order had increased to more than we were up for buying, so I eked out the last of "THE Timmy cards" (which, BTW, I learned when placing my 1st order, was how folks working there at Noble Works referred to this card--as "THE Timmy card--likely due to its popularity).
Not until just a week or 2 ago did it finally occur to me that Noble Works must surely have a Web site these days, so I Googled it, and bingo, sure enough, within a couple of clicks,I was looking at my all-time favorite Christmas card, for sale individually and, what's more, at a lower price than I think I paid before.
A couple of more click, and a box full was headed my away and when it arrived, sure made my day! Right away, I pulled out a card (noticing, incidentally, that I think it's also printed on stouter paper stock, too--something I appreciate after having retired from publishing after 30+ yrs.), and I wrote my 1st Christmas card, which I sent out earlier than I've ever sent one--to my old buddy, of course...who replied yesterday that he was going to be placing his order pronto!
Thanks for keeping my favorite card alive, even if there's not much that you can do for Timmy, unfortunately, now that he's seen Santa.
Seeing "Timmy" again, much less being able to order as many cards as I want, sure has made for Happy Holidays on my end, and for the folks I'll be sending them to. as well.