Shakespeare 'Bull's Pizzle, You Stock-Fish' Insult Card
A fun and insulting literary greeting card perfect for all occasions. Maybe a friend or family member is moving away, and although you'll miss them, you just don't have the kind of relationship or personalities where a 'soppy' goodbye would be fitting.
Featuring a brilliant insult from Shakespeare’s ‘Henry IV Part I.
‘Away, you starvelling, you elf-skin, your dried neat's tongue, you bull's pizzle, you stock-fish.‘
Does anyone else show their affection through insults? Are you and your friends all about those curveball insults? This is the card for you. Perfect for any occasion, particularly birthdays, to remind your favourite people just how much you enjoy their company.
This amusing quote is as bold in appearance as it is in sentiment. Printed over a sophisticated monochrome blot design.
300gsm white textured stock. Cards come with a brown ribbed envelope and are blank inside, so you’re able to write your own message.
We have made the decision to no longer package our cards in plastic cello bags in a bid to be more environmentally friendly. Your card will be sent in a board backed envelope.
10.5cm x 15cm (A6)