I literally got twenty messages from my mother, brother, and grandmother to not forget to call my dad for Father’s Day.
Not that I blame them — I almost always forget holidays and birthdays.
But geeze, guys, I have a wife now — all nagging responsibilities now go to her!
Anyhoo, a brilliant idea occurred to me in the parking lot of Rite-Aid as we were trying to think of what to say in Dana’s Dad’s Father’s Day card:
Why don’t they make blank greeting cards that have little inserts suggesting what you can write in them?
I mean, you go looking for the perfect card, but then you have nothing to say because the card says it all. But then you feel lame just putting in a superficial “Ditto” with your signature. So make a line of cards with nothing written in them — just a separate insert that tells you exactly what to say. You copy, you sign, you profit.
Just remember you heard it here first. Now go ahead and make a million dollars.